Rules of Origin Sample Clauses

Rules of Origin. A Party shall not apply rules of origin to goods or services imported or supplied from the other Party, for purposes of government procurement, which are different from the rules of origin applied in the normal course of trade and at the time of the transaction in question to imports or supplies of the same goods or services from that other Party.
Rules of Origin. No Party may apply rules of origin to goods imported or services supplied from another Party for purposes of government procurement covered by this Chapter that are different from, or inconsistent with, the rules of origin which that Party applies in the normal course of trade.
Rules of Origin. For the purposes of this Chapter, "originating" means qualifying under the rules of origin set out in Protocol I. Within the first five years of the entry into force of this Agreement the Parties shall review the provisions of Protocol I, with a view to further simplifying the concepts and methods used for the purpose of determining origin in the light of the development needs of the CARIFORUM States. In such review, the Parties shall take into account the development of technologies, production processes and all other factors which may require modifications to the provisions of Protocol I. Any such modifications shall be effected by a decision of the Joint CARIFORUM-EC Council.
Rules of Origin. Article 10 The products included in Annexes I and II of this Agreement shall meet the rules of origin specified in Annex III in order to qualify for tariff preferences.
Rules of Origin. 5. Each Party shall apply to covered procurement of goods the rules of origin that it applies in the normal course of trade to those goods.
Rules of Origin. 3. For purposes of procurement covered by this Chapter, neither Party may apply rules of origin to goods imported from the other Party that are different from the rules of origin the Party applies in the normal course of trade to imports of the same goods from the other Party.