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country of origin

the country in which a product is substantially manufactured. See LOCAL CONTENT RULE.
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"As the potato season has ended in Ireland, where we usually order these items from, the supplier decided to send a batch from another place of origin," it added.
And for that purpose, you must have a working visa from the place of origin," he added.
Such products must originate from a certain place and its 'qualities, characteristics or reputation should be essentially due to its place of origin.
'We can't actually ascertain their place of origin or where they were heading to.
Locations is based on the simple concept of crafting wines that pay homage to a place of origin. Locations includes wines that represent the history and tradition of France, Spain, Italy, Argentina, California, New Sealand, Oregon, Washington, Portugal, Corsica and Texas.
Products imported from the UK and South Korea were labeled as "place of origin UK" and "place of origin South Korea," but for a group of products imported from Taiwan, the sign read, "country of origin Taiwan."
Percentage of food consumed in the UK in 2016 by place of origin OUR RISING RELIANCE ON EUROPE Percentage of food consumed in the UK by place of origin, 1988-2016 66%
If a person is travelling to different places in a single trip then the LTA tax break is limited what is admissible for the journey from the place of origin to the farthest point reached by the shortest route.
The idea caught on and now hundreds of such events take place every year on October 21 when apples are linked to their place of origin.
The likely place of origin of a fire is much the same in both commercial high-rise and low-rises.
The government said: "We are concerned our country's businesses are unable to promote themselves across Europe in association with their place of origin - a place of which we are rightly proud."
As members of an immigrant community who are geographically dispersed, these performers are unmoored from their place of origin and yet deeply engaged in presenting their symbolic roots to North American audiences.