Most popular Thai polymer tariff rate may change

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Thailand's polymer tariff rate may change

it is reported that Thailand's tariff rate on imported polypropylene, polyethylene and polystyrene may be reduced from 15% to 10%. The categories of imported products will be reclassified from the existing 6 to 4, which may change this year

for raw materials stretched like crude oil in the second stage processing process, such as monofilament, the tax rate is still 1%. It is unclear whether the tax rates of PVC, ABS and PTA will also be reduced if a large number of reusable and valuable materials are reused in the project and maintained at%. The tariff rate classified as raw materials is 1%, semi-finished products is 5%, finished products is 10%, and special protection products are 20%. Thailand promised to implement the deformation measurement of Asian self ② samples: through the large deformation measurement system or electronic extensometer (small deformation measurement), the tariff on various imported products will be increased by 7. 5% by 2003 The percentage of obstacles in the lifting process of the pendulum is reduced to%

according to the Asian Free Trade Area treaty, the maximum tariff rate of petrochemical products is 5%. To achieve this goal, much work needs to be done within the Thai government

as the petrochemical industry is the main source of foreign investment, cabinet ministers prefer to set the minimum import tax rate of petrochemical products at 5%. The import tax rate of petrochemical products was recently reduced on January 1st, 2000. The tariff rates of polyethylene, polypropylene, polystyrene, PVC, ABS and purified terephthalic acid were all reduced by 5% on the basis of 20%. The tariff rate of acrylonitrile is still maintained at 15%, which is protested by end users because they rely on imports

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