Filed Under (Miscellaneous) by Mason Pan on May-1-2007

Wood in the Rough,Whether or Not Stripped of Bark or Sapwood,or Roughly Squared  – Harmonized System Codes (HS Code)

44.03    Wood in the rough,whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood,or roughly squared:
4403.1000    -Treated with paint,stains,creosote or other preservatives
4403.1000 10    Wood in the rough in imminent dangers,treated with paint,stains,creosote or other preservatives
4403.1000 90    Other wood in the rough,treated with paint, stains,creosote or other preservatives
4403.2000    -Other,coniferous:
4403 2010    —Korean pine and Mongolian scotch pine
4403.2010 10    Korean pine wood in the rough,other than the wood treated with paint,stains,creosote or other preservatives
4403.2010 90    Camphor pine wood in the rough,other than the wood treated with paint,stains,creosote or other preservatives
4403.2020    —White pine (spruce and fir)
4403.2030    —Radiata pine
4403.2040    —Larch
4403.2090    —Other
4403.2090 10    Coniferous wood in the rough in imminent dangers

4403.2090 90    Other coniferous wood in the rough
4403.4000    -Other,of tropical wood specified in Subheading Note 1 to this Chapter:
4403.4100    –Dark Red Meranti,Light Red Meranti and Meranti Bakau
4403.4900    –Other (of tropical noncontiferous wood specified in subheading note 1 to this chapter):
4403.4910    —Teak
4403.4920    —Okoume (Au koumed)
4403.4930    —Dipterocarpus spp.Keruing
4403.4940    —Kapur (Dryobalanops spp.)
4403.4950    —Intsia spp.(Mengaris)
4403.4960    —Koompassia spp.(Mengaris or Kempas)
4403.4970    —Anisopter spp.
4403.4990    —Other
4403.4990 10    Tropical wood in imminent dangers in the rough, specified in Subheading Note 1 to this Chapter, other than the wood treated with paint,stains, creosote or other preservatives
4403.4990 90    Tropical wood in the rough,specified in Subheading Note 1 to this Chapter,other than the wood treated with paint,stains,creosote or other preservatives
4403.9000    -Other:
4403.9100    –Of oak (Quercus spp.)
4403.9200    –Of beech (Fagus spp.)
4403.9900    –Other:
4403.9910    —Of nan mu (Phoebe)
4403.9920    —Of camphor wood
4403.9930    —Of rosewood
4403.9940    —Of Kiri (Paulownia)
4403.9950    —Ash
4403.9960    —North American hard wood (including cherry, walnut and maple)
4403.9980    Other,temperate non-coniferous,not specified
4403.9980 10    Other temperate zone non-coniferous wood in imminent dangers,other than the wood treated with paint,stains,creosote or other preservafives,not elsewhere specified or included
4403.9980 90    Other temperate zone non-coniferous wood,other than the wood treated with paint,stains,creosote or other preservatives,not elsewhere specified or included
4403.9990    —Other
4403.9990 11    Other non-coniferous wood in imminent dangers in the rough,other than the wood treated with paint,stains,creosote or other preservatives, not elsewhere specified or included
4403.9990 90    Other non-coniferous wood in the rough,other than the wood treated with paint,stains,creosote or other preservatives,not elsewhere specified or included

Subheading Note 1 :
The expression “tropical wood” means one of the following types of wood :
Abura, Acajou d’Afrique, Afrormosia, Ako, Alan, Andiroba, Aningré, Avodiré, Azobé, Balau, Balsa, Bossé clair, Bossé foncé, Cativo, Cedro, Dabema, Dark Red Meranti, Dibétou, Doussié, Framiré, Freijo, Fromager, Fuma, Geronggang, Ilomba, Imbuia, Ipé, Iroko, Jaboty,  Jelutong, Jequitiba, Jongkong, Kapur, Kempas, Keruing, Kosipo, Kotibé, Koto, Light Red Meranti, Limba, Louro, Maçaranduba, Mahogany, Makoré, Mandioqueira, Mansonia, Mengkulang, Meranti Bakau,
Merawan, Merbau, Merpauh, Mersawa, Moabi, Niangon, Nyatoh, Obeche, Okoumé, Onzabili, Orey, Ovengkol, Ozigo, Padauk, Paldao, Palissandre de Guatemala, Palissandre de Para, Palissandre de Rio, Palissandre de Rose, Pau Amarelo, Pau Marfim, Pulai, Punah, Quaruba, Ramin, Sapelli, Saqui-Saqui, Sepetir, Sipo, Sucupira, Suren,  Tauari, Teak, Tiama, Tola, Virola, White Lauan, White Meranti, White Seraya, Yellow Meranti.

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