Private Sector Tariff Resources

NextLinx, NextLinx provides global trade content and management solutions that help companies simplify, automate and accelerate the importing and exporting of goods across international borders. NextLinx software and web services solutions combine global trade business rules, and country-specific trade content and data, including duties, taxes, tariffs and documentation, to help companies reduce the risks and costs associated with importing and exporting goods across international borders. NextLinx Global Knowledge, a comprehensive database of global trade content, contains Harmonized Tariff Schedules (HTS), Export Control Numbers (ECN), preferential duties, import and export control regulations. NextLinx can be reached by telephone: 1-800-673-8539, email: emailinfo@nextlinx.com, or online at www.NextLinx.com.

WorldTariff, A FedEx Trade Networks Company, publishes worldwide customs duty and tax information. WorldTariff collects data from the world's customs authorities, then simplifies, standardizes and translates it into English. Fully qualified Harmonized System (HS) classifications for duty purposes; Complete HS descriptions, covering HS Chapters 1-97 on over 100 countries around the world; MFN (Most Favored Nation) applied duty rates; Import Taxes; Continually updated; Three media formats: online, print and data elements. Questions? Call (800) 556-9334, (415) 591-6696.

Tariffic Computer Products Incorporated sells tariff information in CD ROM format. The CD ROM contains comprehensive tariff information on 87 countries. It includes customs, tariffs and trade control measures for commodities in the six-digit Harmonized System. Tariffic also provides country information such as the political regime, inflation rate, GDP and GNP per capita, and import and export statistics. The company can be reached at telephone: (514) 276-1182; fax: (514) 273-9660; Email: Tariffic@colba.net; or Internet.

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