The FTA Tariff Tool combines tariff data into a simple and easy to search public interface.

This tariff search tool allows users to find tariff information on all products covered under the U.S. Free Trade Agreements (FTAs). The tool shows the tariff applied on the date the FTAs enters into force and the rates each subsequent year as the tariffs are eliminated under the agreement.

The tool also provides product-specific rules of origin to help companies determine eligibility for preferential rates.

The FTA Tariff Tool now includes tariff and rules of origin information for the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA). USMCA is implemented on July 1, 2020.

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Search tariffs on all products covered under the U.S. FTAs.

The FTA Tariff Tool incorporates all products (agricultural and non-agricultural goods) classified within all 97 chapters of the Harmonized System and includes information on product-specific rules of origin to determine the eligibility of the reduced tariff rates with any U.S. FTA Partner. The FTA Tariff Tool not only provides information on current tariff lines, but also provides transparency on future tariffs and the year in which those products become duty-free.

The FTA Tariff Tool only provides tariff information for U.S. FTA partners. Tariff information for countries with which the U.S. does not have a FTA can be found with Customs Info.

For more detailed information on agricultural products, including tariffs, tariff-rate quotas and safeguards, please also see the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Tariff Tracker.

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