tariff quotas

tariff quotas
A form of European Union ( EU) preference under which limited amounts of specified goods may be imported to the EU and admitted to free circulation at a reduced or nil rate of customs duty and/or Common Agricultural Policy ( CAP) charges. Quota limits for goods may be expressed in units of weight; volume; quantity or value. HM Customs & Revenue Glossary

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