Definition: Goods wholly produced in a country

Customs terminology

This includes, according to the Kyoto Convention, the following: 

(a) Mineral products extracted from its soil, from its territorial waters or from its seabed;
(b) Vegetable products harvested or gathered in that country;
(c) Live animals born and raised in that country;
(d) Products obtained from live animals in that country;
(e) Products obtained from hunting or fishing conducted in that country;
(f) Products obtained by maritime fishing and other products taken from the sea by a vessel of that country;
(g) Products obtained aboard a factory ship of that country solely from products of the kind covered by [sub]paragraph (f) above;
(h) Products extracted from marine soil or subsoil outside that country’s territorial waters, provided that the country has sole rights to work that soil or subsoil;
(i) Scrap and waste from manufacturing and processing operations, and used articles, collected in that country and fit only for the recovery of raw materials;
(j) Goods produced in that country solely from the products referred to in [sub]paragraphs (a) to (i) above (Kyoto Convention, annex D.1, standard 2).
Source:
"The International Convention on the simplification and harmonization of Customs procedures (Kyoto Convention), quoted in United Nations, "International Merchandise Trade Statistics - Compilers Manual (Edition 2004)", United Nations, New York, 2004
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