Wholly formed fabrics.

Wholly formed fabrics. Wholly formed, when used with reference to fabric, means that all of the production processes, starting with polymers, fibers, filaments, textile strips, yarns, twine, cordage, rope, or strips of fabric and ending with a fabric by a weaving, knitting, needling, tufting, felting, entangling or other process, took place in a single country.

Source

19 CFR § 10.242


Scoping language

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