Disposition that permits inputs imported from other member countries of the free trade area to be considered as originating when determining the origin of the good into which they are incorporated.
The specific rules annexes in free trade agreements may contain notes that further define or complement the rules themselves. These notes, which can be defined at the chapter or section level of the harmonized system, may put forth requirements beyond those specified at the product level.
-Adjusted Value of the Good-
Value of a good after applying the adjustments permitted by the agreement. For example, the DR-CAFTA permits the deduction of the costs, charges, and expenses incurred in the transport, insurance, and services related to the international shipment from the country of export to the country of import.
A treaty among countries that establishes both the elimination of tariffs on the trade among them and the regulations for the determination of which products qualify as originating in these countries such that they may benefit from the preferential tariff treatment.