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Applicability of duty-free treatment under subheading 9802.00.50, HTSUS, tosurgical instruments from Mexico; NAFTA ; Article 509

NAFTA eligibility of chamois leather made in Mexico and imported from Holland

Applicability of HTSUS subheading 9802.00.50 to jewelry boxes; Mexico; NAFTA; Article 307; Article 509; imprint customer name; in bond

The status under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), of ladies’ undergarments from Mexico; Article 509

Eligibility of certain zippers for duty preference under subheading 9802.00.80, HTSUS; 61 FR 28932; NAFTA Marking Rules applicable only to goods from Canada or Mexico; HRL 556808; HRL 559789; minor assembly operations; no change of essential character; preformed wire

Vehicles of Canadian Origin Imported Into the Customs Territory From Australia and Mexico; Canadian Article, Originating Good; Automotive Products Trade Act (APTA); General Notes 5 and 12, HTSUS; Transshipment; NAFTA Rules of Origin Regulations; Section 16 of the Appendix to Part 181 of Title 19 CFR

Protest and Application for Further Review No. 2809-98-100737; Over-quota rate for importation of orange juice from Mexico; drawback on over-quota merchandise; 19 U.S.C. §1313(w); Section 404(e)(5) of the URAA; Pub. L. 103465, 108 Stat. 4961; NAFTA drawback; Pub. L. 103-182, 107 Stat. 2057 (1993)

ponse to your February 28, 2000, letter on behalf of BP Amoco Corporation. In your letter, you request (1) that the U.S. Customs Service issue a ruling letter to BP Amoco certifying that certain goods when exported to Canada or Mexico are eligible for preferential tariff treatment under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and (2) that the U.S. Customs Service confirm that 19 CRF § 181.53(b)(4) does not apply to merchandise that has been withdrawn from a foreign trade zone, entered for consumption in the United States and later exported to Canada or Mexico. FACTS:

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