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Section 05 HS Codes List of (Chapter 25 -27 ) - Section V-Mineral Products
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Chapter 25 Harmonized System Codes of Chapter 25 : Salt; sulphur, earths and stones; plastering materials, lime and cement View Import Duty

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2505 HS Codes of NATURAL SANDS OF ALL KINDS, WHETHER OR NOT COLOURED, OTHER THAN METAL-BEARING SANDS OF CHAPTER 26
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