Quebracho refers to (1) A tree in South America from which tannin is extracted and (2) A thinning agent, tannin, used in drilling muds.

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"Quebracho" is in the HS Code "3201.10"
  - - Quebracho extract
Ref: 86256/2006-09-13

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