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Launch the FTA Tariff Tool

Update (October 27, 2015): On October 5, 2015, the United States and its negotiating partners announced the conclusion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). After the TPP tariff schedules have undergone the final verifications and legal checks, we will begin work to incorporate the TPP tariff commitments into the FTA Tariff Tool. We estimate this work will be completed in early 2016.

For more information about the TPP, please see http://www.trade.gov/fta/tpp.

ITA’s FTA Tariff Tool combines tariff and trade data into a simple and easy-to-search public interface.  Using the Tool, users can see how U.S. and FTA partner tariffs on individual products—searchable by keyword or tariff code—are treated under an agreement.  Additionally, U.S. importers and exporters can see the current tariff and future tariffs applied to their products, as well as the date on which those products become duty-free.  Finally, by combining sector and product groups, trade data, and the tariff elimination schedules, users can also analyze how various key sectors are treated under recently concluded FTAs. 

The FTA Tariff Tool now incorporates all products (agricultural and non-agricultural goods) classified within Chapters 1-97 of the Harmonized System.

For more detailed information on agricultural products, including tariffs, tariff-rate quotas and safeguards, please also see the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Tariff Tracker.


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