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The tariff classification of Broomcorn Whiskbrooms/Broomsand Broomcorn (Sorghum Vulgare Var. Technicum) from Columbia

Brooms with a mixture of broom corn and polypropylene fibers

The tariff classification of an unfinished (unstitched) vegetable fiber broom from Mexico.

The tariff classification of Tiger Grass brooms from the Philippines.

The tariff classification of whiskbrooms of broom corn from Colombia.

Applicability of Subheading 9802.00.80, HTSUS, to corn or straw broom heads imported from Mexico; winding of wire; 19 CFR 10.16

The tariff classification of baskets, mats and brooms from Venezuela; articles of vegetable plaiting materials. Dear Ms. Sherman: In your letter dated June 29, 1995, you requested a tariff classification ruling. You divided the merchandise in question into five categories, as described below: Category I includes several types of coiled baskets. Some of these, made by the Warao tribe, are identified as "platos,""paneras" and bowls. "Platos Planos," which range from about 4" to12" in diameter, can function as "hot plates." "Paneras," whichare round or oval and slightly bowl-shaped, sometimes have handlesand are made to serve bread; they usually range from 9" to 24" in length. The Waraos also make curved bowls, some of which areconstructed with integrally coiled bases fun

Internal Advice Request 49/91 Regarding the Classification ofa Broom Made of Broom Corn With a Handle

Internal Advice; Country of origin marking for

Classification of mixed vegetable fiber brooms

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