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country of origin

the country in which a product is substantially manufactured. See LOCAL CONTENT RULE.
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The place of origin of goods, being registered, accompanies the goods on the market ," said Lyubov Kiriy, deputy head of Rospatent .
What differs is the likelihood of fire spread and damage beyond the place of origin.
It inevitably means that this directive, while informing European consumers about place of origin, will also cost Israeli businesses money.
What people wear, the music they listen to, their place of origin, their ethnicity, their citizenship status and their consumption patterns are more important in defining their "identity"' than is the brute fact of being an employee.
From the place of origin to the destination, the route followed by drug smugglers may or may not affect countries, but in helping to catch the criminals, global cooperation is the only way forward.
Fire was confined to the place of origin and it did not spread and it was later on extinguished in less than one hour," said Sanjay Tomar, Divisional Officer, Delhi fire service.
The major source of their livelihood at their place of origin is paddy cropping (June to October).
A ROYAL chair which formed part of the Prince of Wales's historic investiture ceremony in Caernarfon Castle in 1969 has travelled hundreds of miles back home to its place of origin in North Wales.
Explaining the value for social historians of the compilation, the introduction explains that they provide "valuable demographic information with the age, sex, height, place of origin, clothing, occupation, speech, as well as physical imperfections, etc.
Rodolfo Molina, president of the Costa Rican Textile Chamber, says these businesses compete unfairly with those who bring new clothes into the country and local manufacturers, as the law requires them to label their products with indications such as place of origin and manufacture, which means an additional cost for the other sectors.
For products manufactured in an EU member state, the made in' label may show either the EU or the member state concerned as the place of origin.