ITC to Study NAFTA Rule Changes
June 22, 2005
The International Trade Commission has announced the commencement of a study on a proposed modification of the rules of origin under the NAFTA. The proposal affects cocoa and cocoa preparations; cranberry juice; ores, slag and ash; leather; cork and articles of cork; prepared feathers and down and articles made of feathers or of down, artificial flowers, and articles of human hair; glass and glassware; copper; nickel and articles thereof; lead; zinc and articles thereof; tin; other base metals; televisions; information technology agreement goods; and controls. The ITC expects to complete the study by September 26, 2005 and is accepting comments on the proposed changes through August 3, 2005.