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Class focused on classification questions. Discussed were the following questions:
October 2012 Exam. Question 69.
In Italy, granite is cut or sawn with a flat or even surface. The stone is then shipped to Canada, where further processing, such as grinding and polishing, takes place to produce a granite countertop. The processing in Canada contributed to over 60% of the transaction value of the finished product. Does the finished countertop qualify for preferential treatment under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)?
A. Yes, the countertop qualifies for NAFTA because over 60% of the value was added in a NAFTA country.
B. Yes, the countertop qualified for NAFTA because it was cut and polished in a NAFTA country and over 60% of the value was added in Canada.
C. The exporter’s NAFTA certificate of origin must be reviewed before a determination of NAFTA eligibility can be made.
D. No, the countertop does not qualify for NAFTA because an allowable tariff shift did not take place.
E. Yes, the countertop qualifies for NAFTA because there is a tariff shift from Chapter 25 to Chapter 68.
April 2016 Exam. Question 23.
Textile or apparel product is any good classifiable in Chapters 50 through 63 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS), and any good classifiable under which one of the following HTSUS headings or subheadings?
E. None of the above
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