What are some of the criteria used in the ROO?

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The criteria in the rules of origin sets out specific and detailed conditions on the level of processing that an imported item from a non FTA partner country must undergo in the FTA partner country (or other eligible countries in the region) before being eligible to be called an originating product of a FTA partner… Read more »

What are ROO?

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ROO stand for Rules of origin. ROO are the criteria needed to determine the of a product for purposes of international trade. Their importance is derived from the fact that duties and restrictions in several cases depend upon the source of imports. Rules of origin are used- To implement measures and instruments of commercial policy… Read more »

What are Rules of Origin?

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Rules of origin (ROO) are the criteria needed to determine the of a product for purposes of international trade. Their importance is derived from the fact that duties and restrictions in several cases depend upon the source of imports. Rules of origin are used: To implement measures and instruments of commercial policy such as antidumping… Read more »