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).
"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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