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The tariff classification of a waterjet cutting system from Taiwan

African Growth and Opportunity Act; men's shirts; subheading 9819.11.06; subheading 9819.11.09; findings and trimmings

African Growth and Opportunity Act; Drawstrings; Elasticized Narrow Woven Fabric

Classification and country of origin determination for a men’s woven shirt; 19 CFR 102.21(c)(2); tariff shift; African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), subheading 9819.11.21, HTSUSA

Classification and country of origin determination for a men’s woven shirt; 19 CFR 102.21(c)(2); tariff shift; African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), subheading 9819.11.21, HTSUSA

African Growth and Opportunity Act; AGOA Acceleration Act of 2004; Women's Woven Pants; Waistband Curtain; Waistband; South Africa; Unfinished Component; Findings, Trimmings; Belt Dear Mr. Bodek: This is in response to your letter dated September 20, 2004, requesting a binding ruling on the eligibility of women's pants manufactured in South Africa for preferential treatment under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA). FACTS: You have submitted a sample of a pair of women's pants, style P96-1315 Gap. The body is constructed of 63 percent polyester, 33 percent rayon, and 4 percent spandex woven fabric. Style P96-1315 is fully lined and has a front zipper opening with two-button closure, belt loops, and two sewn in pockets. It features a sash belt constructed of 100% silk.

The tariff classification and the status under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) for men’s shorts from Lesotho.

African Growth and Opportunity Act; Findings and Trimmings; Lesser Developed Country; Swaziland Dear Ms. Weiss: This is in response to your letter dated October 2, 2003, on behalf of your client, Leonard Feinberg, Inc., requesting a binding ruling on the eligibility of four women’s garments for preferential treatment under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA). Two of the garments have been ruled upon under NY J88419, dated October 3, 2003. The issue of the eligibility of two pairs of women’s shorts, Styles 200734 and Style 5065261, has been referred to this office for a direct response to you. Samples of the garments were submitted to our office for our consideration. FACTS: At issue are two samples of women’s shorts, constructed from 60 percent cotton and 40 percent polyester knit fabric. We note, however, with regard to the submitted samples, that the cardboard tag on Style 200734 reads "cotton" and the cardboard tag on Style 5065261 reads "100% polyester."

Application for Further Review of Protest 4701-03-101514 Dear Area Director: This is in reply to your correspondence forwarding Application for Further Review of Protest (AFR) 4701-03-101514, filed by Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, on behalf of Mamiye Brothers Inc. FACTS:

The tariff classification; the status under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), and the country of origin of women’s knitwear from Lesotho.

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