homeTitle.gif
  •  
  • Analysis of the tariff structure of imports

    Chapter 6 - Market profiles - Turkey 

     
     
    The Customs Union with the EU was established on 1 January 1996. As a result, customs duties were eliminated between the EU and Turkey on industrial products, and on the industrial components of processed agricultural products including cotton. Turkey also adopted the EU’s common customs tariffs for imports from third countries.

    Turkey has had preferential schemes with European Free Trade Area (EFTA) countries since 1992, and has concluded free trade agreements with neighbouring and Mediterranean countries. Under these agreements a zero tariff rate is applied to cotton and also to industrial products.

    The tariff rate for LDCs is also zero, while GSP and MFN rates are the same as EU rates. 
search
  • contentblockheader
    Cotton Exporter's Guide

    Brochure - African cotton promotion
  • Region:
    Country:
    Type:
    Date from:
    Date to: