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U.S.-Oman Free Trade Agreement

Rules of Origin

Origin rules are used to determine in which country an imported product is manufactured and whether it qualifies for preferential treatment. The U.S. Oman FTA rules of origin are designed to ensure that only products that wholly originate in, or have undergone significant processing in, the United States or Oman will enjoy preferential tariff treatment. For U.S. goods to be eligible for preferential treatment when exported to Oman, they must meet the following requirements:

  • Goods must be made entirely in the United States and/or Oman, and be either 1) wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of the United States or Oman or 2) if any third-country materials are used - for goods not subject to the specific rules of origin found in Annex 3-A (textile and apparel products) or Annex 4-A (certain edible products)