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CBP dice que el país de origen de los granos de café es el país de donde el grano es tostado.

Posted by Andrina Capote | Nov 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

La Oficina de Aduanas y Protección de Fronteras (CBP) de los EE. UU. Ha emitido una determinación final de que el país de origen de los granos de café es el país donde se asan los granos de café. Los granos de café en la determinación final se producen a partir de granos de café verde crudo importados a Canadá o a los Estados Unidos en su estado natural. Una vez en Canadá o en los Estados Unidos, los frijoles se tuestan y envasan. La CBP dictaminó que "tostar granos de café verde transforma sustancialmente los granos en un nuevo y diferente artículo de comercio". La agencia emite resoluciones de país de origen "con el propósito de otorgar exenciones de ciertas restricciones de 'Compre estadounidense' en las leyes de los Estados Unidos o práctica "para la contratación pública.

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