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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

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.

African Growth and Opportunity Act; subheading 9819.11.09; U.S. Note 2, Subchapter XIX, Chapter 98

Eligibility of men’s knitted shirts containing foreign collars and cuffs under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA); HQ 966634, dated September 9, 2003Dear Mr. Ryberg:

African Growth and Opportunity Act; men’s shirts and cotton sweaters; subheading 9819.11.09; U.S. Note 2, Subchapter XIX, Chapter 98

African Growth and Opportunity Act; men’s knit cotton shirt

African Growth and Opportunity Act; subheading 9819.11.12; foreign-origin elastic fabric

African Growth and Opportunity Act; AGOA Acceleration Act of 2004; Women's Woven Pants; Waistband Curtain; Waistband; South Africa; Unfinished Component; Findings, Trimmings Dear Mr. Bodek: This is in response to your letter dated August 12, 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 samples of two pairs of women's pants. Both styles are constructed of 63 percent polyester, 33 percent rayon, and 4 percent spandex woven fabric. Style P96-8172 is fully lined and features a side zipper opening. Style P96-1315 features a front zipper opening with two-button closure, belt loops, and two sewn in pockets

African Growth and Opportunity Act; AGOA Acceleration Act of 2004; Women's Woven Pants; Waistband Curtain; Waistband; South Africa; Unfinished Component; Findings, Trimmings; Belt; Revocation of HQ 967333 and HQ 967350; Corrected Facts Dear Mr. Bodek: This is in response to your letter dated February 1, 2005, requesting that we issue revisions to Headquarters Rulings 967333 and 967350, dated December 20, 2004, to reflect corrected facts you now provide. In HQ 967333 and HQ 967350, women's pants manufactured in South Africa containing fusing material which you advised were manufactured in Italy were determined not to meet the production requirements set forth in 19 U.S.C. 3721(b)(3) of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA). The fusing material was found to disqualify the pants from duty-free treatment.

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