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Not sure what is the difference between the 'Made in...' and origin of goods? You will learn this by watching this short training!

The lecturer also explains why there is often a confusion talking about these two.

The video is an excerpt from the 'Origin of goods' module, which is a part of an extensive 'Customs clearance and trade compliance in the EU' training course.

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