Classification of unused newly printed postage stamps fromthe Republic of China (Taiwan); 4907.00.0000; 9704.00.0000.
Internal Advice (IA) 23/92; Classification and valuation of software programs, instruction manuals and "right to copy" certificate
The tariff classification of motor vehicle title certificates, imported from Mexico
The tariff classification of and country of origin marking requirement for printed paper or paperboard postcards, from Canada
Modification of New York Ruling Letter C89928, dated July 30, 1998; Classification of Toy Money
The tariff classification of a toy and printed coupons from China
Classification of certain used airline tickets and used credit card charge forms; your reference JS No. 88-0537
The tariff classification of advertising kits, from Canada.Dear Mr. Brown:In your letter dated June 4, 1990, on behalf of your client, Customs Cheques of Canada, you requested a tariff classification ruling.A sample advertising kit was submitted, which will be retained for reference. It is a clear plastic packing envelope which contains several articles of printed matter: 2 Business Reply Mail envelopes of paper; 1 single-sheet folded lithographically printed advertising leaflet; 1 set of three business forms designed to be printed upon by computer-output printer.The three business forms are: a blank check, an invoice, and a statement of account. They do not appear to be aligned so as to make them suitable for use as a manifold business form.You explain that the contents of the kit will not be sold or otherwise distributed in the United States. They will be imported to be inserted as advertising into software computer programs of U.S. manufacture, and exported back to Canada.The app
Request for opinion concerning the classification of printed matter packaged with footwear.
The tariff classification of a travel information packet