Applied tariff rate on primary products

percent, 1988–2015

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    1988 Ranking
    1. Nigeria 32.33
    2. Philippines 18.45
    3. South Korea 8.15
    4. Japan 4.82
    5. Malaysia 4.62
    6. South Africa 4.30
    7. Malta 2.73
    8. Netherlands 2.73
    9. Austria 2.73
    10. Poland 2.73
    11. Luxembourg 2.73
    12. Romania 2.73
    13. Slovakia 2.73
    14. Slovenia 2.73
    15. Spain 2.73
    16. Sweden 2.73
    17. Portugal 2.73
    18. Lithuania 2.73
    19. Belgium 2.73
    20. Latvia 2.73
    21. Italy 2.73
    22. Ireland 2.73
    23. Hungary 2.73
    24. Greece 2.73
    25. Germany 2.73
    26. France 2.73
    27. Finland 2.73
    28. Estonia 2.73
    29. Denmark 2.73
    30. Czech Republic 2.73
    31. Cyprus 2.73
    32. Bulgaria 2.73
    33. United Kingdom 2.73
    34. Norway 0.87
    2015 Ranking
    1. Chad 20.98
    2. Benin 20.31
    3. Central African Republic 18.91
    4. Niger 17.90
    5. Congo (Brazzaville) 17.04
    6. Angola 16.73
    7. Gabon 15.88
    8. Burkina Faso 15.63
    9. Dominica 15.62
    10. Grenada 14.84
    11. Laos 13.74
    12. Ivory Coast 13.52
    13. Lesotho 13.33
    14. Mauritania 13.15
    15. Bermuda 12.95
    16. Uzbekistan 12.71
    17. Vanuatu 12.03
    18. Mali 11.58
    19. Cape Verde 11.46
    20. Senegal 11.41
    21. Samoa 11.09
    22. Nepal 10.84
    23. Togo 10.30
    24. Nigeria 10.14
    25. Saint Kitts and Nevis 10.09
    26. Tajikistan 9.91
    27. Algeria 9.85
    28. Turkey 9.57
    29. Antigua and Barbuda 9.53
    30. Swaziland 9.03
    31. Ethiopia 8.73
    32. Rwanda 8.35
    33. Venezuela 8.24
    34. Kenya 7.49
    35. South Korea 7.41
    36. Belize 7.36
    37. Haiti 7.13
    38. Morocco 7.07
    39. Bangladesh 6.85
    40. Solomon Islands 6.82
    41. Pakistan 6.63
    42. Saint Lucia 6.55
    43. Bahamas 6.47
    44. Zimbabwe 6.40
    45. Tanzania 6.08
    46. Uganda 5.98
    47. Tunisia 5.98
    48. Thailand 5.58
    49. Burundi 5.50
    50. Guyana 5.45
    51. Egypt 5.39
    52. Cuba 5.38
    53. Kazakhstan 5.22
    54. Saint Vincent and Grenadines 5.07
    55. Dominican Republic 5.02
    56. Norway 4.79
    57. Vietnam 4.63
    58. Jordan 4.52
    59. Comoros 4.39
    60. Yemen 4.15
    61. Aruba 4.07
    62. Mongolia 4.02
    63. Bahrain 3.93
    64. Bolivia 3.57
    65. French Polynesia 3.42
    66. United Arab Emirates 3.15
    67. Azerbaijan 3.13
    68. Moldova 2.97
    69. Seychelles 2.93
    70. Tonga 2.90
    71. Malawi 2.84
    72. Ecuador 2.83
    73. Honduras 2.74
    74. Timor Leste 2.50
    75. Russia 2.36
    76. Nicaragua 2.33
    77. Lebanon 2.21
    78. Oman 2.20
    79. China 2.07
    80. Israel 2.03
    81. Brazil 2.02
    82. Qatar 2.01
    83. Bhutan 1.99
    84. Albania 1.95
    85. Kuwait 1.93
    86. El Salvador 1.83
    87. South Africa 1.77
    88. Japan 1.75
    89. Burma (Myanmar) 1.61
    90. Uruguay 1.59
    91. Iceland 1.55
    92. Palau 1.54
    93. Argentina 1.46
    94. Armenia 1.40
    95. Paraguay 1.38
    96. United States 1.30
    97. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 1.20
    98. Guatemala 1.15
    99. Kyrgyzstan 1.13
    100. Namibia 1.06
    101. Belarus 1.01
    102. Ukraine 0.99
    103. Sweden 0.75
    104. Denmark 0.75
    105. Austria 0.75
    106. Czech Republic 0.75
    107. Cyprus 0.75
    108. Bulgaria 0.75
    109. Finland 0.75
    110. Belgium 0.75
    111. United Kingdom 0.75
    112. Estonia 0.75
    113. Malta 0.75
    114. France 0.75
    115. Romania 0.75
    116. Luxembourg 0.75
    117. Lithuania 0.75
    118. Latvia 0.75
    119. Poland 0.75
    120. Portugal 0.75
    121. Italy 0.75
    122. Slovenia 0.75
    123. Netherlands 0.75
    124. Ireland 0.75
    125. Hungary 0.75
    126. Greece 0.75
    127. Slovakia 0.75
    128. Germany 0.75
    129. Spain 0.75
    130. Chile 0.64
    131. Georgia 0.56
    132. New Zealand 0.56
    133. Bosnia and Herzegovina 0.51
    134. Canada 0.48
    135. Australia 0.47
    136. Mauritius 0.30
    137. Botswana 0.04

    Weighted mean applied tariff is the average of effectively applied rates weighted by the product import shares corresponding to each partner country. Data are classified using the Harmonized System of trade at the six- or eight-digit level. Tariff line data were matched to Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) revision 3 codes to define commodity groups and import weights. Specific rates have been converted to their ad valorem equivalent rates and have been included in the calculation of weighted mean tariffs. Import weights were calculated using the United Nations Statistics Division’s Commodity Trade (Comtrade) database. Effectively applied tariff rates at the six- and eight-digit product level are averaged for products in each commodity group. When the effectively applied rate is unavailable, the most favored nation rate is used instead. Primary products are commodities classified in SITC revision 3 sections 0-4 plus division 68 (nonferrous metals).

    Source: World Bank