Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 114 Part 6.djvu/335

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PROCLAMATION 7351—OCT. 2, 2000 114 STAT. 3391 Annex (con.) 5 9820.11.15 9820.11.18 9820.11.21 9820.11.24 9820.11.27 9820.11.30 (Articles...(con.):] Brassieres classifiable in subheading 6212.10 of die tariff schedule, both cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in the United States or one or more such countries or both, subject to the provisions of U.S. note 2(d) to this subchapter Knitted or crocheted apparel articles {except t-shirts, other than underwear, classifiable in subheadings 6109.10.00 and 6109.90.10 and described in subheading 9820.11.12) cut and assembled in one or more such countries from fabrics vtiioUy formed in the United States from yams wholly formed in the United Stales (including fabrics not formed frtnu yams, if such fabrics are classifiable in heading 5602 or 5603 of the tariff schedule and are formed wholly in the United States), if such assembly is with thread formed in the United States Textile luggage assembled in such a country from fabric cut in a beneficiary country from fabric wholly formed in the United States from yams wholly formed in the United States Apparel articles both cut (or knit-to-shape) and sewn or oflierwise assembled in one or more such countries from abrics or yam not formed in the United States or in one or more such countries, provided that such q>parel articles of such &brics or yam would be considered an originating good under the terms of general note 12(t) to the tariff schedule without regard to the source of the fabric or yam if such apparel article had been imported from the territory of Canada or the territory of Mexico directly into the customs territory of the United States Apparel articles both cut (or knit-to-shape) and sewn or otherwise assembled in one or more such countnes from &brics or yam designated by fte appropriate U.S. government auftcnty in the Federal Register as &brics or yam not available in commercial quantities in the United States, under any terms as such au&ority may provide Handloomed, himf*m«H^ or folklore textile and apparel goods, under the tenns of U.S. note 4 to this subchapter. Free Free Free Free Free Free