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Cablegate: Customs: Canada Supports Classification of Fanta

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UNCLAS OTTAWA 001241

SIPDIS

DEPT FOR EB/TPP/MTA/MST SMEHRA
USCS FOR RCHOVANEC

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ECON ETRD
SUBJECT: CUSTOMS: CANADA SUPPORTS CLASSIFICATION OF FANTA
AND SAUCES

REF: (A) SECSTATE 111070 (B) SECSTATE 111092

Canada supports the U.S. position on both the classification
of Fanta Beverage base in subheading 3302.10 and the
opposition to the introduction into the legal text of any
quantitative criteria for use in the classification of
sauces, according to the Senior Policy Advisor for
International Nomenclature Development at the Canada Customs
and Revenue Agency Tom MacDonald. Mr. MacDonald will
represent Canada at the May meeting of the Harmonized System
Committee in Brussels. He is filling in for Canada's usual
delegate, Ignatius Leron, who has been temporarily assigned
other responsibilities.
CELLUCCI

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