Is This the End of Predetermined End Use?

blog post from Customs Law

The Court of International Trade today issued a decision in the closely-watched CyberPower country of origin case. I have had high hopes that this case will be the vehicle to clarify the substantial transformation test used by Customs and Border Protection and the Courts to determine country of origin for purposes of marking and of assessing non-preferential duties (including Section 301 duties on goods originating in China). As discussed below, the language in the decision is generally...


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