Key points of commodity code classification for th

2022-08-16
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Key points of commodity code classification in the customs broker examination (class I)

Part I: key points of commodity classification

this class includes almost all live animals and animal products that have not been processed or have only undergone limited simple processing. There are three main situations for animal products classified into other categories:

L. animal products usually used as raw materials in some industries

2. Living organisms used for cultivating microorganisms

3. Live animals for touring exhibitions

this category is divided into five chapters (Chapter 1 ~ Chapter 5), which are generally listed in the order of edible animal products of live animals and non edible animal products. Its commodity range can be roughly divided into the following three categories:

1, live animals (Chapter 1 and Chapter 3)

2, edible animal products, which have not been processed or have only undergone limited simple processing (Chapter 2 - Chapter 4)

3. Non edible animal products, which have not been processed or have only undergone limited simple processing (Chapter 5)

edible animal products classified into this category and other categories (except those classified into other categories according to the purpose of commodities as mentioned above), are mainly distinguished by the degree of processing and whether the added substances exceed the notes in each chapter of this category, as well as the scope allowed by the provisions of the heading. It should be noted that the processing scope of animal products in each chapter of this category is not exactly the same, and the substances allowed to be added are not exactly the same. The classification error often lies in the mastery of these subtle differences. Edible animal products that exceed the processing level of this category and the added substances exceed the allowable range will be mainly classified into the fourth category. Among them, the commodities in Chapter 16 are the most likely to be confused with the edible animal products of this category. Therefore, candidates should spend great efforts to understand the differences between the animal products in Chapter 2 ~ 3 and the commodities in Chapter 16 of this category

(II) problems that should be paid attention to in classification

1 The structure and commodity scope of each chapter of this category

(1) Chapter 1 live animals

this chapter has six headings, which are listed in the order of livestock and animals - Poultry - other live animals. This chapter mainly includes all kinds of living animals except fish, crustaceans, molluscs and other aquatic invertebrates (which should be classified into heading 03.01, 03.06 or 03.07, respectively). In particular, candidates should be reminded that whales, dolphins, seals, sea lions, walruses and other aquatic mammals, as well as turtles, turtles, leeches, frogs, crocodiles and other animals that can live in water, should be included in Chapter 1 rather than Chapter 3

(2) Chapter 2 meat and edible offal

this chapter has a total of 10 headings, which are listed in the order of specific listed livestock meat - specific listed livestock edible offal - poultry meat and edible offal - other animal meat and edible offal. This chapter mainly includes the meat and edible offal of animals listed in Chapter 1 that can be eaten by humans (including animals that die during transportation with freshness suitable for human consumption), as well as fat pork, pig fat and poultry fat without lean meat that are not refined and whether or not for human consumption

generally speaking, the processing degree of animal products that are mostly developed in a single point situation among new material enterprises included in this chapter is limited to fresh, cold, frozen, salted, salted, dried, smoked, or sprinkled with sugar or sugar water on the surface. If it is beyond this scope, such as processed by steaming, boiling, frying, burning, frying, baking and other cooking methods, it cannot be included in this chapter. However, meat for human consumption and fine or coarse meal of edible offal, whether cooked or not, are included in this chapter

(3) Chapter 3 octopus, crustaceans, molluscs and other aquatic invertebrates

there are 7 orders in this chapter, which are listed in the order of fish crustaceans molluscs and other aquatic invertebrates. This chapter mainly includes all kinds of live or dead fish, crustaceans, molluscs and other aquatic invertebrates (but does not include the aforementioned dead animals that are not suitable for human consumption due to their species or freshness). These animals can be used for food, industry, spawning or ornamental purposes. The allowable processing degree of the products in this chapter has been expanded on the basis of the situation described in Chapter II, which is mainly manifested in the fish cooked before or during smoking and the crustaceans with shells steamed or boiled with water, whether frozen or not, still fall into this chapter. However, crustaceans, molluscs and other aquatic invertebrates that have been smoked and processed are not included in this chapter, but should lack the ability of original innovation and be included in Chapter 16

(4) Chapter 4 dairy products; Eggs; Natural honey; Other edible animal products

this chapter has 10 headings, which are listed in the order of milk dairy eggs natural honey edible animal products not listed in other headings. This chapter mainly includes dairy products, eggs, natural honey and other edible animal products not listed in the heading. Dairy products included in this chapter mainly include: milk and cream, yogurt, whey; Unlisted products with natural milk as the basic ingredient; Butter and other composite polyurethane adhesives that are cured and crosslinked when in use. Fats and oils made from milk, cheese, etc. It should be noted that these dairy products must comply with the provisions of the notes and headings of this chapter on dairy products. As animal products for human consumption are mainly classified into the relevant items in Chapters 2 to 3, the unlisted edible animal products included in this chapter are limited. Common commodities include turtle or turtle eggs, bird's nests and fresh royal jelly

(5) Chapter 5 other animal products

this chapter has a total of 11 headings. As the bottom of this category, the chapter mainly includes all kinds of unprocessed or simply processed animal products that are not included in other chapters and are usually not used for food. However, the intestines, stomach, bladder and blood of animals, whether for human consumption or not, are included in this chapter. The animal products in this chapter mainly include human hair × 50. Animal hair, bones, teeth, coral, musk, animal embryos, etc

2. Introduction of goods and explanation of nouns

candidates do not understand the goods or nouns involved in the articles or notes of the item, and they are classified accurately and correctly. I hope candidates will pay attention to the study of the following contents

(1) lamb meat (subheadings 0204.1000 and 0204.3000):

refers to sheep meat no more than 12 months old, whose meat texture is delicate and pink. After slaughtering, each head weighs no more than 26kg

(2) fatty liver (subheading 0207.3400):

fatty liver is large, heavy and fat, usually ranging from white to light chestnut. The liver of other birds is small, usually dark red or light red

(3) sea dragons and seahorses (dry) (crystal order 03.05):

sea dragons and seahorses belong to fish animals. Hailong is also called yangzhiyu; The head of hippocampus is like a horse, and the large hippocampus is a precious traditional Chinese medicine (even if it is dried for Chinese medicine, it is also included in Chapter 3 rather than Chapter 5)

(4) lobsters (order 03.06)

refers to lobsters without large claws, such as the splendid lobster in China, which belongs to the lobster family

(5) macrochela

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