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Of man-made textile materials
Made-up fishing nets
According to the Council Regulation (EU) No 692/2014 (OJ L183, p. 9) it shall be prohibited to import into European Union goods originating in Crimea or Sevastopol.
The prohibition shall not apply in respect of:
(a) the execution until 26 September 2014, of trade contracts concluded before 25 June 2014, or of ancillary contracts necessary for the execution of such contracts, provided that the natural or legal persons, entity or body seeking to perform the contract have notified, at least 10 working days in advance, the activity or transaction to the competent authority of the Member State in which they are established.
(b) goods originating in Crimea or Sevastopol which have been made available to the Ukrainian authorities for examination, for which compliance with the conditions conferring entitlement to preferential origin has been verified and for which a certificate of origin has been issued in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 978/2012 and Regulation (EU) No 374/2014 or in accordance with the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement.
|single yarn of nylon or other polyamides, or of polyesters
|multiple (folded) or cabled yarn of nylon or other polyamides, or of polyesters
|single, multiple (folded) or cabled yarn of viscose rayon
- 7. For the purposes of this section, the expression ‘made up’ means:
- (a) cut otherwise than into squares or rectangles;
- (b) produced in the finished state, ready for use (or merely needing separation by cutting dividing threads) without sewing or other working (for example, certain dusters, towels, tablecloths, scarf squares, blankets);
- (c) cut to size and with at least one heat-sealed edge with a visibly tapered or compressed border and the other edges treated as described in any other sub-paragraph of this note, but excluding fabrics, the cut edges of which, have been prevented from unravelling by hot cutting or by other simple means;
- (d) hemmed or with rolled edges, or with a knotted fringe at any of the edges, but excluding fabrics, the cut edges of which have been prevented from unravelling by whipping or by other simple means;
- (e) cut to size and having undergone a process of drawn thread work;
- (f) assembled by sewing, gumming or otherwise (other than piece goods consisting of two or more lengths of identical material joined end to end and piece goods composed of two or more textiles assembled in layers, whether or not padded);
- (g) knitted or crocheted to shape, whether presented as separate items or in the form of a number of items in the length.
- 8. For the purposes of Chapters 50 to 60:
- (a) Chapters 50 to 55 and 60 and, except where the context otherwise requires, Chapters 56 to 59 do not apply to goods made up within the meaning of note 7 above; and
- (b) Chapters 50 to 55 and 60 do not apply to goods of Chapters 56 to 59.
9. The woven fabrics of Chapters 50 to 55 include fabrics consisting of layers of parallel textile yarns superimposed on each other at acute or right angles. These layers are bonded at the intersections of the yarns by an adhesive or by thermal bonding.
10. Elastic products consisting of textile materials combined with rubber threads are classified in this section.
11. For the purposes of this section, the expression ‘impregnated’ includes ‘dipped’.
12. For the purposes of this section, the expression ‘polyamides’ includes ‘aramids.’
13. For the purposes of this section and, where applicable, throughout the classification, the expression ‘elastomeric yarn’ means filament yarn, including monofilament, of synthetic textile material, other than textured yarn, which does not break on being extended to three times its original length and which returns, after being extended to twice its original length, within a period of five minutes, to a length not greater than one and a half times its original length.
- 14. Unless the context otherwise requires, textile garments of different headings are to be classified in their own headings, even if put up in sets for retail sale. For the purposes of this note, the expression ‘textile garments’ means garments of headings 6101 to 6114 and headings 6201 to 6211.
- 1. In this section and, where applicable, throughout the classification, the following expressions have the meanings hereby assigned to them:
- (a) ‘Unbleached yarn`:
- (1) has the natural colour of its constituent fibres and has not been bleached, dyed (whether or not in the mass) or printed; or
- (2) is of indeterminate colour (grey yarn), manufactured from garnetted stock.
Such yarn may have been treated with a colourless dressing or fugitive dye (which disappears after simple washing with soap) and, in the case of man-made fibres, treated in the mass with delustring agents (for example, titanium dioxide).
- (b) ‘Bleached yarn’:
- (1) has undergone a bleaching process, is made of bleached fibres or, unless the context otherwise requires, has been dyed white (whether or not in the mass) or treated with a white dressing;
- (2) consists of a mixture of unbleached and bleached fibres; or
- (3) is multiple (folded) or cabled and consists of unbleached and bleached yarns.
- (c) ‘Coloured (dyed or printed) yarn’:
- (1) is dyed (whether or not in the mass) other than white or in a fugitive colour, or printed, or made from dyed or printed fibres;
- (2) consists of a mixture of dyed fibres of different colours or of a mixture of unbleached or bleached fibres with coloured fibres (marl or mixture yarns), or is printed in one or more colours at intervals to give the impression of dots;
- (3) is obtained from slivers or rovings which have been printed; or
- (4) is multiple (folded) or cabled and consists of unbleached or bleached yarn and coloured yarn.
- The above definitions also apply, mutatis mutandis, to monofilament and to strip or the like of Chapter 54.
- (d) ‘Unbleached woven fabric’:
- Woven fabric made from unbleached yarn and which has not been bleached, dyed or printed. Such fabric may have been treated with a colourless dressing or a fugitive dye.
- (e) ‘Bleached woven fabric’ - woven fabric which:
- (1) has been bleached or, unless the context otherwise requires, dyed white or treated with a white dressing, in the piece;
- (2) consists of bleached yarn; or
- (3) consists of unbleached and bleached yarn.
- (f) ‘Dyed woven fabric` - woven fabric which:
- (1) is dyed a single uniform colour other than white (unless the context otherwise requires) or has been treated with a coloured finish other than white (unless the context otherwise requires), in the piece; or
- (2) consists of coloured yarn of a single uniform colour.
- (g) ‘Woven fabric of yarns of different colours’ - woven fabric (other than printed woven fabric) which:
- (1) consists of yarns of different colours or yarns of different shades of the same colour (other than the natural colour of the constituent fibres);
- (2) consists of unbleached or bleached yarn and coloured yarn; or
- (3) consists of marl or mixture yarns.
- (In all cases, the yarn used in selvedges and piece ends is not taken into consideration).
- (h) ‘Printed woven fabric’:
- Woven fabric which has been printed in the piece, whether or not made from yarns of different colours.
- (The following are also regarded as printed woven fabrics: woven fabrics bearing designs made, for example, with a brush or spray gun, by means of transfer paper, by flocking or by the batik process.)
- The process of mercerisation does not affect the classification of yarns or fabrics within the above categories.
- The definitions at (d) to (h) above apply, mutatis mutandis, to knitted or crocheted fabrics.
- (ij) ‘Plain weave_:
a fabric construction in which each yarn of the weft passes alternately over and under successive yarns of the warp and each yarn of the warp passes alternately over and under successive yarns of the weft.
2. (A) Products of Chapters 56 to 63 containing two or more textile materials are to be regarded as consisting wholly of that textile material which would be selected under note 2 to this section for the classification of a product of Chapters 50 to 55 or of heading 5809 consisting of the same textile materials.
- (B) For the application of this rule:
- (a) where appropriate, only the part which determines the classification under interpretative rule 3 shall be taken into account;
- (b) in the case of textile products consisting of a ground fabric and a pile or looped surface, no account shall be taken of the ground fabric;
- (c) in the case of embroidery of heading 5810 and goods thereof, only the ground fabric shall be taken into account. However, embroidery without visible ground and goods thereof, shall be classified with reference to the embroidering threads alone.