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ARTICLE 33

Dispute settlement

Where disputes arise in relation to the verification procedures of Article 32 which cannot be settled between the customs authorities requesting a verification and the customs authorities responsible for carrying out this verification, they shall be submitted to the bilateral body established by the relevant Agreement. Where disputes other than those related to the verification procedures of Article 32 arise in relation to the interpretation of this Convention, they shall be submitted to the Joint Committee.

In all cases the settlement of disputes between the importer and the customs authorities of the importing Contracting Party shall take place under the legislation of that country.

ARTICLE 34

Penalties

Penalties shall be imposed on any person who draws up, or causes to be drawn up, a document which contains incorrect information for the purpose of obtaining a preferential treatment for products.



ARTICLE 35

Free zones

1. The Contracting Parties shall take all necessary steps to ensure that products traded under cover of a proof of origin, which in the course of transport use a free zone situated in their territory, are not substituted by other goods and do not undergo handling other than normal operations designed to prevent their deterioration.

2. By way of derogation from paragraph 1, when products originating in a Contracting Party are imported into a free zone under cover of a proof of origin and undergo treatment or processing, the authorities concerned shall issue a new movement certificate EUR.1 or EUR-MED at the exporter's request, if the treatment or processing undergone complies with this Convention.

ANNEX I

Introductory notes to the list in Annex II

Note 1:

The list sets out the conditions required for all products to be considered as sufficiently worked or processed within the meaning of Article 5 of this Appendix.



Note 2:

2.1. The first two columns in the list describe the product obtained. The first column gives the heading number or chapter number used in the Harmonised System and the second column gives the description of goods used in that system for that heading or chapter. For each entry in the first two columns, a rule is specified in column 3 or 4. Where, in some cases, the entry in the first column is preceded by an „ex”, this signifies that the rules in column 3 or 4 apply only to the part of that heading as described in column 2.

2.2. Where several heading numbers are grouped together in column 1 or a chapter number is given and the description of products in column 2 is therefore given in general terms, the adjacent rules in column 3 or 4 apply to all products which, under the Harmonised System, are classified in headings of the chapter or in any of the headings grouped together in column 1.

2.3. Where there are different rules in the list applying to different products within a heading, each indent contains the description of that part of the heading covered by the adjacent rules in column 3 or 4.

2.4. Where, for an entry in the first two columns, a rule is specified in both columns 3 and 4, the exporter may opt to apply either the rule set out in column 3 or that set out in column 4. If no origin rule is given in column 4, the rule set out in column 3 is to be applied.

Note 3:


3.1. The provisions of Article 5 of this Appendix, concerning products having acquired originating status which are used in the manufacture of other products, shall apply regardless of whether this status has been acquired inside the factory where these products are used or in another factory in a Contracting Party.

Example:


An engine of heading 8407, for which the rule states that the value of the non-originating materials which may be incorporated may not exceed 40 % of the ex-works price, is made from „other alloy steel roughly shaped by forging” of heading ex 7224.

If this forging has been forged in the European Union from a non-originating ingot, it has already acquired originating status by virtue of the rule for heading ex 7224 in the list. The forging can then count as originating in the value-calculation for the engine, regardless of whether it was produced in the same factory or in another factory in the European Union. The value of the non-originating ingot is thus not taken into account when adding up the value of the non-originating materials used.

3.2. The rule in the list represents the minimum amount of working or processing required, and the carrying-out of more working or processing also confers originating status; conversely, the carrying-out of less working or processing cannot confer originating status. Thus, if a rule provides that non-originating material, at a certain level of manufacture, may be used, the use of such material at an earlier stage of manufacture is allowed, and the use of such material at a later stage is not.

3.3. Without prejudice to Note 3.2, where a rule uses the expression „Manufacture from materials of any heading”, then materials of any heading(s) (even materials of the same description and heading as the product) may be used, subject, however, to any specific limitations which may also be contained in the rule.

However, the expression „Manufacture from materials of any heading, including other materials of heading ...” or "Manufacture from materials of any heading, including other materials of the same heading as the product" means that materials of any heading(s) may be used, except those of the same description as the product as given in column 2 of the list.

3.4. When a rule in the list specifies that a product may be manufactured from more than one material, this means that one or more materials may be used. It does not require that all be used.

Example:

The rule for fabrics of headings 5208 to 5212 provides that natural fibres may be used and that chemical materials, among other materials, may also be used. This does not mean that both have to be used; it is possible to use one or the other, or both.

3.5. Where a rule in the list specifies that a product must be manufactured from a particular material, the condition does not prevent the use of other materials which, because of their inherent nature, cannot satisfy the rule. (See also Note 6.2 below in relation to textiles).

Example:


The rule for prepared foods of heading 1904, which specifically excludes the use of cereals and their derivatives, does not prevent the use of mineral salts, chemicals and other additives which are not products from cereals.

However, this does not apply to products which, although they cannot be manufactured from the particular materials specified in the list, can be produced from a material of the same nature at an earlier stage of manufacture.

Example:

In the case of an article of apparel of ex Chapter 62 made from non-woven materials, if the use of only non-originating yarn is allowed for this class of article, it is not possible to start from non-woven cloth – even if non-woven cloths cannot normally be made from yarn. In such cases, the starting material would normally be at the stage before yarn – that is, the fibre stage.

3.6. Where, in a rule in the list, two percentages are given for the maximum value of non-originating materials that can be used, then these percentages may not be added together. In other words, the maximum value of all the non-originating materials used may never exceed the higher of the percentages given. Furthermore, the individual percentages must not be exceeded, in relation to the particular materials to which they apply.

Note 4:


4.1. The term „natural fibres” is used in the list to refer to fibres other than artificial or synthetic fibres. It is restricted to the stages before spinning takes place, including waste, and, unless otherwise specified, includes fibres which have been carded, combed or otherwise processed, but not spun.

4.2. The term „natural fibres” includes horsehair of heading 0511, silk of headings 5002 and 5003, as well as wool fibres and fine or coarse animal hair of headings 5101 to 5105, cotton fibres of headings 5201 to 5203, and other vegetable fibres of headings 5301 to 5305.

4.3. The terms „textile pulp”, „chemical materials” and „paper-making materials” are used in the list to describe the materials, not classified in Chapters 50 to 63, which can be used to manufacture artificial, synthetic or paper fibres or yarns.

4.4. The term „man-made staple fibres” is used in the list to refer to synthetic or artificial filament tow, staple fibres or waste, of headings 5501 to 5507.

Note 5:

5.1. Where, for a given product in the list, reference is made to this Note, the conditions set out in column 3 shall not be applied to any basic textile materials used in the manufacture of this product and which, taken together, represent 10 % or less of the total weight of all the basic textile materials used. (See also Notes 5.3 and 5.4).



5.2. However, the tolerance mentioned in Note 5.1 may be applied only to mixed products which have been made from two or more basic textile materials.

The following are the basic textile materials:

- silk,

- wool,


- coarse animal hair,

- fine animal hair,

- horsehair,

- cotton,

- paper-making materials and paper,

- flax,


- true hemp,

- jute and other textile bast fibres,

- sisal and other textile fibres of the genus Agave,

- coconut, abaca , ramie and other vegetable textile fibres,

- synthetic man-made filaments,

- artificial man-made filaments,

- current-conducting filaments,

- synthetic man-made staple fibres of polypropylene,

- synthetic man-made staple fibres of polyester,

- synthetic man-made staple fibres of polyamide,

- synthetic man-made staple fibres of polyacrylonitrile,

- synthetic man-made staple fibres of polyimide,

- synthetic man-made staple fibres of polytetrafluoroethylene,

- synthetic man-made staple fibres of poly(phenylene sulphide),

- synthetic man-made staple fibres of poly(vinyl chloride),

- other synthetic man-made staple fibres,

- artificial man-made staple fibres of viscose,

- other artificial man-made staple fibres,

- yarn made of polyurethane segmented with flexible segments of polyether, whether or not gimped,

- yarn made of polyurethane segmented with flexible segments of polyester, whether or not gimped,

- products of heading 5605 (metallised yarn) incorporating strip consisting of a core of aluminium foil or of a core of plastic film whether or not coated with aluminium powder, of a width not exceeding 5 mm, sandwiched by means of a transparent or coloured adhesive between two layers of plastic film,

- other products of heading 5605.

Example:

A yarn, of heading 5205, made from cotton fibres of heading 5203 and synthetic staple fibres of heading 5506, is a mixed yarn. Therefore, non-originating synthetic staple fibres which do not satisfy the origin-rules (which require manufacture from chemical materials or textile pulp) may be used, provided that their total weight does not exceed 10 % of the weight of the yarn.

Example:

A woollen fabric, of heading 5112, made from woollen yarn of heading 5107 and synthetic yarn of staple fibres of heading 5509, is a mixed fabric. Therefore, synthetic yarn which does not satisfy the origin-rules (which require manufacture from chemical materials or textile pulp), or woollen yarn which does not satisfy the origin-rules (which require manufacture from natural fibres, not carded or combed or otherwise prepared for spinning), or a combination of the two, may be used, provided that their total weight does not exceed 10 % of the weight of the fabric.

Example:

Tufted textile fabric, of heading 5802, made from cotton yarn of heading 5205 and cotton fabric of heading 5210, is a only mixed product if the cotton fabric is itself a mixed fabric made from yarns classified in two separate headings, or if the cotton yarns used are themselves mixtures.

Example:

If the tufted textile fabric concerned had been made from cotton yarn of heading 5205 and synthetic fabric of heading 5407, then, obviously, the yarns used are two separate basic textile materials and the tufted textile fabric is, accordingly, a mixed product.

5.3. In the case of products incorporating „yarn made of polyurethane segmented with flexible segments of polyether, whether or not gimped”, this tolerance is 20 % in respect of this yarn.

5.4. In the case of products incorporating „strip consisting of a core of aluminium foil or of a core of plastic film whether or not coated with aluminium powder, of a width not exceeding 5 mm, sandwiched by means of a transparent or coloured adhesive between two layers of plastic film”, this tolerance is 30 % in respect of this strip.

Note 6:

6.1. Where, in the list, reference is made to this Note, textile materials (with the exception of linings and interlinings), which do not satisfy the rule set out in the list in column 3 for the made-up product concerned, may be used, provided that they are classified in a heading other than that of the product and that their value does not exceed 8 % of the ex-works price of the product.



6.2. Without prejudice to Note 6.3, materials, which are not classified within Chapters 50 to 63, may be used freely in the manufacture of textile products, whether or not they contain textiles.

Example:


If a rule in the list provides that, for a particular textile item (such as trousers), yarn must be used, this does not prevent the use of metal items, such as buttons, because buttons are not classified within Chapters 50 to 63. For the same reason, it does not prevent the use of slide fasteners, even though slide-fasteners normally contain textiles.

6.3. Where a percentage rule applies, the value of materials which are not classified within Chapters 50 to 63 must be taken into account when calculating the value of the non originating materials incorporated.

Note 7:

7.1. For the purposes of headings ex 2707, 2713 to 2715, ex 2901, ex 2902 and ex 3403, the „specific processes” are the following:



(a) vacuum-distillation;

(b) redistillation by a very thorough fractionation process;

(c) cracking;

(d) reforming;

(e) extraction by means of selective solvents;

(f) the process comprising all of the following operations: processing with concentrated sulphuric acid, oleum or sulphuric anhydride; neutralisation with alkaline agents; decolourisation and purification with naturally active earth, activated earth, activated charcoal or bauxite;

(g) polymerisation;

(h) alkylation;

(i) isomerisation.

7.2. For the purposes of headings 2710, 2711 and 2712, the „specific processes” are the following:

(a) vacuum-distillation;

(b) redistillation by a very thorough fractionation process;

(c) cracking;

(d) reforming;

(e) extraction by means of selective solvents;

(f) the process comprising all of the following operations: processing with concentrated sulphuric acid, oleum or sulphuric anhydride; neutralisation with alkaline agents; decolourisation and purification with naturally active earth, activated earth, activated charcoal or bauxite;

(g) polymerisation;

(h) alkylation;

(i) isomerisation;

(j) in respect of heavy oils of heading ex 2710 only, desulphurisation with hydrogen, resulting in a reduction of at least 85 % of the sulphur content of the products processed (ASTM D 1266-59 T method);

(k) in respect of products of heading 2710 only, deparaffining by a process other than filtering;

(l) in respect of heavy oils of heading ex 2710 only, treatment with hydrogen, at a pressure of more than 20 bar and a temperature of more than 250 °C, with the use of a catalyst, other than to effect desulphurisation, when the hydrogen constitutes an active element in a chemical reaction. The further treatment, with hydrogen, of lubricating oils of heading ex 2710 (e.g. hydrofinishing or decolourisation), in order, more especially, to improve colour or stability shall not, however, be deemed to be a specific process;

(m) in respect of fuel oils of heading ex 2710 only, atmospheric distillation, on condition that less than 30 % of these products distils, by volume, including losses, at 300 °C, by the ASTM D 86 method;

(n) in respect of heavy oils other than gas oils and fuel oils of heading ex 2710 only, treatment by means of a high-frequency electrical brush discharge;

(o) in respect of crude products (other than petroleum jelly, ozokerite, lignite wax or peat wax, paraffin wax containing by weight less than 0.75 % of oil) of heading ex 2712 only, de-oiling by fractional crystallisation.

7.3. For the purposes of headings ex 2707, 2713 to 2715, ex 2901, ex 2902 and ex 3403, simple operations, such as cleaning, decanting, desalting, water separation, filtering, colouring, marking, obtaining a sulphur content as a result of mixing products with different sulphur contents, or any combination of these operations or like operations, do not confer origin.



ANNEX II

LIST OF WORKING OR PROCESSING REQUIRED TO BE CARRIED OUT


ON NON ORIGINATING MATERIALS IN ORDER FOR THE PRODUCT
MANUFACTURED TO OBTAIN ORIGINATING STATUS

HS heading

Description of product

Working or processing, carried out on non-originating materials, which confers originating status

(1)

(2)

(3) or (4)

Chapter 1

Live animals

All the animals of Chapter 1 shall be wholly obtained




Chapter 2

Meat and edible meat offal

Manufacture in which all the materials of Chapters 1 and 2 used are wholly obtained




Chapter 3

Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other aquatic invertebrates

Manufacture in which all the materials of Chapter 3 used are wholly obtained




ex Chapter 4

Dairy produce; birds' eggs; natural honey; edible products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included; except for:

Manufacture in which all the materials of Chapter 4 used are wholly obtained




0403

Buttermilk, curdled milk and cream, yoghurt, kephir and other fermented or acidified milk and cream, whether or not concentrated or containing added sugar or other sweetening matter or flavoured or containing added fruit, nuts or cocoa

Manufacture in which:

- all the materials of Chapter 4 used are wholly obtained,

- all the fruit juice (except that of pineapple, lime or grapefruit) of heading 2009 used is originating, and

- the value of all the materials of Chapter 17 used does not exceed 30 % of the ex-works price of the product






ex Chapter 5

Products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included; except for:

Manufacture in which all the materials of Chapter 5 used are wholly obtained




ex 0502

Prepared pigs', hogs' or boars' bristles and hair

Cleaning, disinfecting, sorting and straightening of bristles and hair




Chapter 6

Live trees and other plants; bulbs, roots and the like; cut flowers and ornamental foliage

Manufacture in which:

- all the materials of Chapter 6 used are wholly obtained, and

- the value of all the materials used does not exceed 50 % of the ex-works price of the product





Chapter 7

Edible vegetables and certain roots and tubers

Manufacture in which all the materials of Chapter 7 used are wholly obtained




Chapter 8

Edible fruit and nuts; peel of citrus fruits or melons

Manufacture in which:

- all the fruit and nuts used are wholly obtained, and



- the value of all the materials of Chapter 17 used does not exceed 30 % of the value of the ex-works price of the product




ex Chapter 9

Coffee, tea, maté and spices; except for:

Manufacture in which all the materials of Chapter 9 used are wholly obtained




0901

Coffee, whether or not roasted or decaffeinated; coffee husks and skins; coffee substitutes containing coffee in any proportion

Manufacture from materials of any heading




0902

Tea, whether or not flavoured

Manufacture from materials of any heading




ex 0910

Mixtures of spices

Manufacture from materials of any heading




Chapter 10

Cereals

Manufacture in which all the materials of Chapter 10 used are wholly obtained




ex Chapter 11

Products of the milling industry; malt; starches; inulin; wheat gluten; except for:

Manufacture in which all the cereals, edible vegetables, roots and tubers of heading 0714 or fruit used are wholly obtained




ex 1106

Flour, meal and powder of the dried, shelled leguminous vegetables of heading 0713

Drying and milling of leguminous vegetables of heading 0708




Chapter 12

Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits; miscellaneous grains, seeds and fruit; industrial or medicinal plants; straw and fodder

Manufacture in which all the materials of Chapter 12 used are wholly obtained




1301

Lac; natural gums, resins, gum-resins and oleoresins (for example, balsams)

Manufacture in which the value of all the materials of heading 1301 used does not exceed 50 % of the ex-works price of the product




1302

Vegetable saps and extracts; pectic substances, pectinates and pectates; agar-agar and other mucilages and thickeners, whether or not modified, derived from vegetable products:










- Mucilages and thickeners, modified, derived from vegetable products

Manufacture from non-modified mucilages and thickeners







- Other

Manufacture in which the value of all the materials used does not exceed 50 % of the ex-works price of the product




Chapter 14

Vegetable plaiting materials; vegetable products not elsewhere specified or included

Manufacture in which all the materials of Chapter 14 used are wholly obtained




ex Chapter 15

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal or vegetable waxes; except for:

Manufacture from materials of any heading, except that of the product




1501

Pig fat (including lard) and poultry fat, other than that of heading 0209 or 1503:










- Fats from bones or waste

Manufacture from materials of any heading, except those of heading 0203, 0206 or 0207 or bones of heading 0506







- Other

Manufacture from meat or edible offal of swine of heading 0203 or 0206 or of meat and edible offal of poultry of heading 0207




1502

Fats of bovine animals, sheep or goats, other than those of heading 1503










- Fats from bones or waste

Manufacture from materials of any heading, except those of heading 0201, 0202, 0204 or 0206 or bones of heading 0506







- Other

Manufacture in which all the materials of Chapter 2 used are wholly obtained




1504

Fats and oils and their fractions, of fish or marine mammals, whether or not refined, but not chemically modified:










- Solid fractions

Manufacture from materials of any heading, including other materials of heading 1504







- Other

Manufacture in which all the materials of Chapters 2 and 3 used are wholly obtained




ex 1505

Refined lanolin

Manufacture from crude wool grease of heading 1505




1506

Other animal fats and oils and their fractions, whether or not refined, but not chemically modified:










- Solid fractions

Manufacture from materials of any heading, including other materials of heading 1506







- Other

Manufacture in which all the materials of Chapter 2 used are wholly obtained




1507 to 1515

Vegetable oils and their fractions:










- Soya, ground nut, palm, copra, palm kernel, babassu, tung and oiticica oil, myrtle wax and Japan wax, fractions of jojoba oil and oils for technical or industrial uses other than the manufacture of foodstuffs for human consumption

Manufacture from materials of any heading, except that of the product







- Solid fractions, except for that of jojoba oil

Manufacture from other materials of headings 1507 to 1515







- Other

Manufacture in which all the vegetable materials used are wholly obtained




1516

Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their fractions, partly or wholly hydrogenated, inter-esterified, re-esterified or elaidinised, whether or not refined, but not further prepared

Manufacture in which:

- all the materials of Chapter 2 used are wholly obtained, and

- all the vegetable materials used are wholly obtained. However, materials of headings 1507, 1508, 1511 and 1513 may be used





1517

Margarine; edible mixtures or preparations of animal or vegetable fats or oils or of fractions of different fats or oils of this Chapter, other than edible fats or oils or their fractions of heading 1516

Manufacture in which:

- all the materials of Chapters 2 and 4 used are wholly obtained, and

- all the vegetable materials used are wholly obtained. However, materials of headings 1507, 1508, 1511 and 1513 may be used





Chapter 16

Preparations of meat, of fish or of crustaceans, molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates

Manufacture:

- from animals of Chapter 1, and/or

- in which all the materials of Chapter 3 used are wholly obtained





ex Chapter 17

Sugars and sugar confectionery; except for:

Manufacture from materials of any heading, except that of the product




ex 1701

Cane or beet sugar and chemically pure sucrose, in solid form, containing added flavouring or colouring matter

Manufacture in which the value of all the materials of Chapter 17 used does not exceed 30 % of the ex-works price of the product




1702

Other sugars, including chemically pure lactose, maltose, glucose and fructose, in solid form; sugar syrups not containing added flavouring or colouring matter; artificial honey, whether or not mixed with natural honey; caramel:










- Chemically-pure maltose and fructose

Manufacture from materials of any heading, including other materials of heading 1702







- Other sugars in solid form, containing added flavouring or colouring matter

Manufacture in which the value of all the materials of Chapter 17 used does not exceed 30 % of the ex-works price of the product







- Other

Manufacture in which all the materials used are originating




ex 1703

Molasses resulting from the extraction or refining of sugar, containing added flavouring or colouring matter

Manufacture in which the value of all the materials of Chapter 17 used does not exceed 30 % of the ex-works price of the product




1704

Sugar confectionery (including white chocolate), not containing cocoa

Manufacture:

- from materials of any heading, except that of the product, and

- in which the value of all the materials of Chapter 17 used does not exceed 30 % of the ex-works price of the product





Chapter 18

Cocoa and cocoa preparations

Manufacture:

- from materials of any heading, except that of the product, and

- in which the value of all the materials of Chapter 17 used does not exceed 30 % of the ex-works price of the product





1901

Malt extract; food preparations of flour, groats, meal, starch or malt extract, not containing cocoa or containing less than 40 % by weight of cocoa calculated on a totally defatted basis, not elsewhere specified or included; food preparations of goods of headings 0401 to 0404, not containing cocoa or containing less than 5 % by weight of cocoa calculated on a totally defatted basis, not elsewhere specified or included:










- Malt extract

Manufacture from cereals of Chapter 10







- Other

Manufacture:

- from materials of any heading, except that of the product, and

- in which the value of all the materials of Chapter 17 used does not exceed 30 % of the ex-works price of the product





1902

Pasta, whether or not cooked or stuffed (with meat or other substances) or otherwise prepared, such as spaghetti, macaroni, noodles, lasagne, gnocchi, ravioli, cannelloni; couscous, whether or not prepared:










- Containing 20 % or less by weight of meat, meat offal, fish, crustaceans or molluscs

Manufacture in which all the cereals and derivatives (except durum wheat and its derivatives) used are wholly obtained







- Containing more than 20 % by weight of meat, meat offal, fish, crustaceans or molluscs

Manufacture in which:

- all the cereals and their derivatives (except durum wheat and its derivatives) used are wholly obtained, and

- all the materials of Chapters 2 and 3 used are wholly obtained





1903

Tapioca and substitutes therefor prepared from starch, in the form of flakes, grains, pearls, siftings or similar forms

Manufacture from materials of any heading, except potato starch of heading 1108




1904

Prepared foods obtained by the swelling or roasting of cereals or cereal products (for example, corn flakes); cereals (other than maize (corn)) in grain form or in the form of flakes or other worked grains (except flour, groats and meal), pre-cooked or otherwise prepared, not elsewhere specified or included

Manufacture:

- from materials of any heading, except those of heading 1806,

- in which all the cereals and flour (except durum wheat and Zea indurata maize, and their derivatives) used are wholly obtained, and

- in which the value of all the materials of Chapter 17 used does not exceed 30 % of the ex-works price of the product






1905

Bread, pastry, cakes, biscuits and other bakers' wares, whether or not containing cocoa; communion wafers, empty cachets of a kind suitable for pharmaceutical use, sealing wafers, rice paper and similar products

Manufacture from materials of any heading, except those of Chapter 11




ex Chapter 20

Preparations of vegetables, fruit, nuts or other parts of plants; except for:

Manufacture in which all the fruit, nuts or vegetables used are wholly obtained




ex 2001

Yams, sweet potatoes and similar edible parts of plants containing 5 % or more by weight of starch, prepared or preserved by vinegar or acetic acid

Manufacture from materials of any heading, except that of the product




ex 2004 and ex 2005

Potatoes in the form of flour, meal or flakes, prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid

Manufacture from materials of any heading, except that of the product




2006

Vegetables, fruit, nuts, fruit-peel and other parts of plants, preserved by sugar (drained, glacé or crystallized)

Manufacture in which the value of all the materials of Chapter 17 used does not exceed 30 % of the ex-works price of the product



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