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Additional, Reallocated FY 2017 TRQ Volumes for Raw Cane Sugar Allocated

Thursday, August 03, 2017
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative has announced the following country-specific allocations of (1) a 244,690 MTRV increase in the in-quota quantity of the fiscal year 2017 tariff-rate quota for imported raw cane sugar, and (2) a reallocation of 86,495 MTRV of the FY 2017 TRQ volume from those countries unable to fill their original allocations.

Country

TRQ Increase Allocation

Unused TRQ Reallocation

Argentina

15,575

4,756

Australia

30,064

9,180

Belize

3,984

1,217

Brazil

13,962

16,038

Colombia

8,693

2,655

Costa Rica

5,433

1,659

Ecuador

3,984

1,217

El Salvador

9,417

2,876

Fiji

3,260

995

Guatemala

17,386

5,309

Guyana

4,347

1,327

Honduras

3,622

1,106

India

2,898

885

Jamaica

3,984

1,217

Malawi

3,622

1,106

Mauritius

4,347

1,327

Mozambique

4,709

1,438

Nicaragua

7,606

2,323

Panama

10,504

3,208

Peru

14,851

4,535

Philippines

48,898

14,932

South Africa

8,331

2,544

Swaziland

5,795

1,770

Thailand

5,071

1,548

Zimbabwe

4,347

1,327

Certificates for quota eligibility must accompany imports from all of the above countries, and allocations to countries that are net importers of sugar are conditioned on receipt of the appropriate verifications of origin.

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