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Rules of Origin and Their Operation
Previous Studies Concerning Rules of Origin
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agreements ammonia apparent consumption Appendix applied Australia barrels per day beneficiary country Canada Canadian capacity carbon black CCCN cement certificate of origin China components confer origin consignment contd cost advantage cost or value country of origin crude petroleum cumulation Customs determining developing countries domestic duty Economic effect EFTA energy estimated ethylene exports feedstock float glass following tabulation foreign fuel Hong Kong increased inputs Japan merchandise methanol Mexican Mexico million short tons nations natural gas nitrogen OPEC PEMEX percent percentage petrochemical petroleum products plants preference-giving countries preference-receiving country preferential pricing policies processing operations production costs raw materials refineries refining regulations requirements rules of origin Secretariat shipments short tons sources specific steel substantial transformation System of Preferences tariff heading textile thousand cubic feet U.S. Department U.S. Gulf Coast U.S. imports U.S. industry U.S. market U.S. producers United wholly produced Zealand