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Peanuts (groundnuts), not roasted or cooked, in shell, subject to general note 15 of the HTS Peanuts (groundnuts), not roasted or cooked, in shell, subject to additional US note 2 to Chapter 12 Peanuts (groundnuts), not roasted or cooked, in shell, subject to additional US note 2 to Chapter 12

Peanuts (groundnuts), not roasted or cooked, in shell, not subject to general note 15 or additional US note 2 to Chapter 12

Peanuts (groundnuts), not roasted or cooked, shelled, subject to general note 15 of the HTS Peanuts (groundnuts), not roasted or cooked, shelled, subject to additional US note 2 to Chapter 12 Peanuts (groundnuts), not roasted or cooked, shelled, subject to additional US note 2 to Chapter 12

Peanuts (groundnuts), not roasted or cooked, shelled, not subject to general note 15 or additional US note 2 to Chapter 12

Peanuts 120210 120210 120210 120210

120220 120220 120220 120220

nesoi = not elsewhere specified or included.

a. In the case of US imports from Canada, the figures show out-of-quota tariffs, which are not scheduled for reduction. Major exceptions to agricultural trade liberalization include US imports of Canadian dairy products, peanuts, peanut butter, cotton, sugar, and sugar-containing products, and Cana- dian imports of US dairy products, poultry, eggs, and margarine. In the case of US imports from Mexico, the figures show out-of-quota tariffs, which again are not scheduled for reduction. Agricultural commodities not subject to tariff and quota elimination until 2008 include Mexican exports of frozen concentrated orange juice, sugar, and peanuts, and US exports to Mexico of corn, dried beans, and nonfat dry milk. However, in-quota imports are subject to lower (often zero) tariffs, and the quotas are gradually expanded. All other agricultural products that are duty-free from both Canada and Mexico are not listed in this table.

Sources: USDA Economic Research Service (correspondence with John Wainio, 2003); and Zahniser (2005).

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