Import Duties by Country
Import duties are taxes that are applied to certain goods when they are imported into a country. The rate of import duties can vary depending on the type of goods being imported and the country of origin.
See below for a list of import duties by country. Please note that this list is for general reference only and may not include all applicable duties or be fully up to date. For the most accurate and current information, we recommend consulting with a customs broker or the customs authority in the importing country.
Click here for a list of import duties by country compiled by USMEF.
Click here for a list of retaliatory duties on U.S. beef and pork products.
Members with questions on import duties can email Erin Borror, USMEF VP of economic analysis.
USDA’s Agricultural Tariff Tracker is also available for countries with which the United States has a free trade agreement.