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  1. What Is The History of The Country of Origin Labeling? What Is Country of Origin? Significance of Country of Origin in Import TABLE OF CONTENT Country of Origin Labeling Requirements How to Determine Country of Origin? Exceptions to Country of Origin Marking 01 02 03 04 05 06
  2. WHAT IS COUNTRY OF ORIGIN? According to Part 134.1 of the Customs Regulations: The term "country of origin" refers to the nation from which any item coming into the United States was made, produced, or grown.
  4. David Wengrow discovered archeological proof of brands referencing the country of manufacturing from 4,000 years ago Brand names & place names were quite prevalent on items throughout the Han Dynasty (220 BC-AD 200) in China
  5. Amphorae used in trade in the Mediterranean between 1500-500 BCE displayed various shapes & markings Country of origin labeling legislation started in late 19th-century Europe
  6. SIGNIFICANCE OF COUNTRY OF ORIGIN IN IMPORT Trade sanctions Duty rates The country of origin sets & control: Import quotas Preferential trade agreements
  7. HOW TO DETERMINE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN? If any of the numerous free trade agreements or duty preference schemes apply to the imported consignment, the nation of origin is specified in full.
  8. The regulation enables the import of eligible items without having to follow export administration rules. DE MINIMIS RULE WHOLLY OBTAINED OR WHOLLY PRODUCED PRODUCT A product won't be labeled 'Made in USA' unless it's entirely produced using US- origin materials & entirely manufactured by US laborers. The country of origin refers to the most recent nation in which the imported goods experienced a significant modification SUBSTANTIAL TRANSFORMATION RULE
  9. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN LABELING REQUIREMENTS The words 'Made in' must be marked only when the name of a location other than the country/locality where the article was manufactured appears on the article The words 'assembled in' can be used to identify the country of origin of a product, where the country of origin refers to the country in which the article was fully assembled
  10. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN LABELING REQUIREMENTS (CONT.) Permanent, legible, and precise markings are required. The font should be legible, with all letters the same size The markings should be placed in such a way that they can be seen even when the article is handled casually
  11. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN LABELING REQUIREMENTS (CONT.) Any attachments or additions must not cover or conceal the markings Abbreviations and variant spellings that indicate a country's name are acceptable. However, it is preferable to spell out a country's name completely to avoid any confusion
  12. EXCEPTIONS TO COUNTRY OF ORIGIN MARKING A consignment can be exempted from the country of origin marking rules only if the following conditions are met:
  13. The article is unable to be marked The item cannot be marked before it is shipped to the United States without causing injury or damage to the item The item cannot be labeled before it is transported to the US since doing so could be expensive and might make importing it commercially unviable When the container containing the article reasonably indicates the identity of the article
  14. The article is a raw material The item is being imported for the importer's personal use and is not intended for sale in its imported or any other form The importer must prepare the item in such a way that any markings are permanently covered up or destroyed Before being imported into the US, the piece was created more than 20 years ago