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Amendments to the Compendium of Classification Opinions
Поправки к Сборнику Классификационных Мнений.
(37-я сессия ВТО - март 2006 года)

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Перевод на русский язык.

The following list contains the decisions taken by the Harmonized System Committee (37 th Session - March 2006 ) concerning amendments to the Harmonized System Compendium of Classification Opinions. This publication will be updated regularly.

The Harmonized System Compendium of Classification Opinions is published by WCO and consists of a numerical list, set out in the order of headings and subheadings of the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System, of the Classification Opinions adopted by WCO. Within any Harmonized System heading or subheading the Classification Opinions are listed in chronological order. The Compendium is available as a bilingual publication in English and French, the two official languages of the WCO, and can be ordered directly (see “Bookshop” on this Web site).

The amendments listed below are reproduced in the order of the current pages concerned and will be incorporated into the aforementioned WCO publication in due time by replacing the pages affected by the amendments made.
Advice
Parties seeking to import or export merchandise covered by a decision are advised to verify the implementation of the decision by the importing or exporting country, as the case may be.

New Classification Opinions : Page VI/4 E .
Insert the following Classification Opinion:

3203.00 4. Colouring product for foodstuffs, consisting of concentrated elderberry juice mechanically processed to increase the natural pigment content (polyphenols and anthocyanins), and in which the balance of other constituents as found in the natural juice (e.g., glucose, fructose, amino-acids) is upset.
Application of GIRs 1 and 6.

Page VII/6a E .
Insert the following Classification Opinion :

3926.90 11. Sterile, graduated urinary drainage bag made of plastics, used for collection, measurement and direct sampling of urine output through an indwelling catheter. The bag is opaque white on one side and transparent on the other with a graduated fluid scale printed on it. It is fitted with drainage tubing, catheter adapter, valve/port for taking urine samples and a hook for attachment to a bed or mobile holder.
Application of GIRs 1 and 6.

3926.90 12. Sterile, graduated urinary drainage meter made of plastics, used for collection, measurement and direct sampling of urine output through an indwelling catheter. The meter comprises a sterile bag and a rigid plastic collection compartment. The bag is opaque white on one side and transparent on the other with a graduated fluid scale printed on it. The transparent rigid compartment has a separate meter scale printed on it. The article is fitted with drainage tubing connected directly to the rigid compartment, catheter adapter, valve/port for taking urine samples and a hook for attachment to a bed or mobile holder.
Application of GIRs 1 and 6.
Page XI/1 E .
Insert the following Classification Opinions :

6404.19 1. Woman’s shoe , with a textile upper and an outer sole of plastics, a portion of which is covered with flocking (fibres of rayon not exceeding 5 millimetres in length) in a manner which creates a design and includes the trade mark. The surface area of the outer sole in contact with the ground (excluding the separately attached heel) is approximately 67.5 percent textile material and 32.5 percent plastics. However, the textile material was considered to be an accessory or reinforcement and was therefore not taken into account in determining the constituent material of the outer sole having the greatest surface area in contact with the ground.
Application of GIRs 1 (Note 4 (b) to Chapter 64) and 6.
6404.19 2. Woman’s shoe , with a textile upper and an outer sole of plastics moulded in the piece and with a layer of knitted polyester fabric affixed to it at the ball of the foot and heel. The surface area of the outer sole in contact with the ground (including the heel) is approximately 78 percent detachable textile material and 22 percent plastics. However, the textile material was considered to be an accessory or reinforcement and was therefore not taken into account in determining the constituent material of the outer sole having the greatest surface area in contact with the ground.
Application of GIRs 1 (Note 4 (b) to Chapter 64) and 6.

Page XVI/6 E .
Insert the following Classification Opinions :

8426.41 1. Reach stacker , a self-propelled machine fitted with a diesel engine, tyres, a telescopic boom with a winch and a spreader or a hoist system with a hook block. It is used for “pick and carry” duties and is specially designed for a variety of industrial and cargo handling attachments such as spreader (for ISO containers), piggy-back (for semi-containers), hook block and winch, fixed hook, grapple arms, grabs (for timbers, pipes, etc.) and forks. It can lift and handle industrial goods and loads weighing up to 60 tons. It uses a hydraulic system for lifting purposes and its main function is that of a crane for lifting and stacking of containers.
Application of GIR 1 and 6.

Page XVI/6 E .
Insert the following Classification Opinion :

8427.20 1. Self-propelled container handlers consisting of a diesel powered six- wheeled chassis, an enclosed driver’s cab mounted on the chassis, a vertical telescoping lift mast fitted to the front of the chassis and a belt-driven spreader fitted to the mast. The outer section of the mast telescopes vertically in and out from the inner section of the mast, raising and lowering the spreader which is additionally also lifted or lowered via the belt drive. Depending on the model, these container handlers can lift up to 36 tons and can stack containers up to 13 m. They have a maximum speed of 23 - 24 km/h and a lift speed of 0.30 - 0.40 m/s. Their turning radius is 7.6 m.
Application of GIRs 1and 6.
Page XVI/13 E .
Insert the following Classification Opinion :
8473.40 1. Tape cassette for use with label printers comprising a plastic cartridge (115 mm x 88 mm x 33 mm) containing four spools. The largest spool contains self-adhesive white plastic tape with a paper release liner on one side. The second largest spool contains plastic tape and the smallest spool contains a red plastic tape. The fourth spool is empty. All three tape reels have a width of 24 mm. The red plastic tape is comparable to a ribbon that is inked or otherwise prepared for giving impressions. The printer uses the cartridge to create text labels from the three different materials in the cartridge. The cartridge is put up in a retail paperboard carton with appropriate text indications identifying the cartridge, stating in which printer models it is designed to be used, etc.
Application of GIRs 1 and 6.
Tape cassette
Page XVI/13 E.
Insert the following Classification Opinion :
8477.10 1. Audio compact disc manufacturing system , consisting of a series of machines housed within a clean air cabinet. The system manufactures polycarbonate discs, and creates a series of "pits" (or small depressions) and "lands" (flat areas of the disc's surface that are not indented) on those discs through a moulding process. The production process includes the following stages : the compact disc is first formed in the injection moulding machine where polycarbonate granules are heated inside the machine and the molten plastic is forced by using hydraulic pressure, into the injection moulding machine. A master disc is placed in the mould and pressed against the plastic with a clamping unit. This reproduces a mirror image of the pattern of indentations (or “pits”) and unaffected areas (or “lands”) that appear on the master disc. Then, the metallizing unit covers the disc with an aluminium reflective coating using vacuum deposition. After that the spin coater gives the disc a clear acrylic plastic coating to serve as a protective layer. The system also contains an inspection unit that optically scans the discs for defects, two handling systems for loading and unloading, an alarm system, and a control unit. The control unit, housed outside of the clean air cabinet, contains a programmable central processing system with input and output units used to operate the entire manufacturing system. The system produces recorded audio CDs.
Application of GIRs 1 (Note 3 to Section XVI) and 6.

Page XVI/25 E .
Insert the following Classification Opinion :
8528.12 4. Modem-based (broadband) set top box having a communication
function allowing the user to access the Internet, send and receive e-mail through a telephone line connection, containing a microprocessor, memory (128 MB RAM and 64 MB flash memory), two USB ports, audio/video output jacks, phone jack, ethernet jack and built-in operating and application software optimised for television. It receives digital signals and converts them for display on an external display (e.g., television set, video monitor). It is presented with a wireless keyboard, a remote control, an audio/video cable, a phone cord, a telephone-line T-splitter, a registration card, a power supply and setup and user guides.
Application of GIRs 1 and 6.

 

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