The UK submitted a full Schedule on 24 July 2018, which was given effect from 23:00 GMT on 31 December 2020.
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All procedures and legal instruments
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Initiated on: 24.07.2018 Last updated on: 12.05.2022
|HS2017, Full schedule||Reservations|
Initiated on: 21.12.2018 Last updated on: 21.12.2018
|Article XXVIII - Step 1||Ongoing|
The Consolidated Tariff Schedules (CTS) is a database maintained by the WTO Secretariat that seeks to consolidate all the latest certified tariff concessions and other commitments contained in the WTO Members' Schedules of concessions. It contains in a standardized format all WTO Members' commitments on the tariffs they will apply to imports from other Members. The database has been established as a working tool only, without any implications regarding the legal status of the information contained in the database. All Members' CTS files (approved and provisional) are directly sourced from the Tariff Analysis Online (TAO)
Please refer to the certifications and other legal instruments in case you need to access the legal documents where these obligations are reflected. A comprehensive list of all such documents, as well as the ongoing procedures that may have not yet been certified, can be accessed on each Member profile page under the tab All procedures and legal instruments as well as other pages on this website.Download CTS file
WTO: The United Kingdom was a member of the European Union until 31 January 2020. The European Union and the United Kingdom agreed a Withdrawal Agreement pursuant to Article 50 on the Treaty on European Union providing for a time-limited transition period until 31 December 2020 during which European Union law, as modified by the Withdrawal Agreement, continued to be applicable to and in the United Kingdom and the EU MFN applied and preferential tariffs continue to be applicable in the United Kingdom. (See WT/Let/1462 and WT/GC/206).
Pre-WTO: Schedule XIX (19) – United Kingdom, which was initially annexed to the GATT 1947, was withdrawn effective from 1 August 1974 when the United Kingdom joined the European Economic Community (EEC) in 1973. (See L/4067).