Basics by Free Trade Agreement: NAFTA
How are complicated, multi-part products qualified under NAFTA?
U.S. manufactured products are often composed of many inputs or components. For such products, it may be necessary to obtain an advance customs ruling from the customs authority in the importing country. Advance rulings are issued on a wide range of NAFTA-related issues, including whether an imported good qualifies as an originating good; whether a specific regional value-content requirement or tariff classification change requirement is met; and whether the proposed marking of a good satisfies country of origin marking requirements.
« Back to Basics by Free Trade Agreement