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BUS 300 - International Business

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    Using the Harmonized System

    HS numbers are six-digit codes used to categorize products that are traded between countries.

    They tend to focus on the raw materials that make up a product.

    You will need HS numbers to determine tariff and license requirements for your product.

    The United States assigns four additional digits to all HS numbers to create 10-digit Schedule B numbers

    HS numbers are the same as Schedule B numbers for the first six digits

    Tariffs and Trade Data