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Product-specific rule of origin: a change in tariff classification
Product-specific rules of origin are the requirements for a product to be originating in a country. One of the rules is a change in tariff classification (examples of other rules: a production process, a maximum value or weight of non-originating materials). It means that any non-originating material used in the production of the product must be classified in a chapter, heading or subheading1 other than that of the product.
- Topic: origin of goods: non-preferential, preferential
- Market: Global