1. Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 3.3 and with the exception of a quality of chapters 50 to 63 of the harmonized system, a designation is considered to be native if the value of all non-native materials used in the manufacture of products that are not subject to the current change in the tariff classification or that meet another condition under Schedule 3-A does not exceed 10% of the transaction value or the factory departure price of the wares. provided that the agreement also allows for bilateral accumulation. Materials originating in South Korea can be considered to be from the EU when used in the manufacture of a product in the EU and vice versa. With the exception of Schedule 3-A, it is envisaged that a set or range of products within the meaning of General Rule 3 of the harmonized system is of origin when: importers may apply for preferential tariff treatment on the basis of a declaration of origin filed by the exporter. The FREE Trade Agreement BETWEEN the EU and South Korea encourages compliance with intellectual property rights by customs authorities and complements the minimum standards of the WTO agreement on trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights (TRIPS). The customs authorities of the exporting country may authorize any exporter exporting goods outside the trade agreement to export declarations of origin for goods, regardless of their value. The exporter must provide the customs authorities with sufficient guarantees to verify the original character of the products and compliance with all other requirements of the agreement (protocol). In the event of abuse, customs authorities may withdraw the status of an approved exporter. The trade agreement contains a number of enforcement measures in the event of infringement of intellectual property borders, such as the EU and South Korea, which have agreed on high labour and environmental standards to protect workers and the environment. The agreement will establish mechanisms to ensure compliance with these commitments, including through the participation of civil society. The EU and South Korea are cooperating in the recognition of disease-free zones to increase predictability for you as an exporter.

2. Except within the meaning of Article 3.6.2, «value of non-original materials» is defined as the «value of non-original materials,» including the requirements for European and South Korean products within the meaning of this definition, non-original components and materials and containers covered by Article 3.12 and Article 3-A: The EU-South Korea trade agreement reduces the differences between the requirements for European and South Korean products by applying the same international standards. Relevant international standards bodies in this sector include, except under Article 3.10 and Schedule 3-A, that packaging materials and containers in which packaging is put up for sale, at the time of determination, except as provided for in Schedule 3.10, that all non-native materials are subject to the conditions set out in Schedule 3-A. The trade agreement contains clear rules for trademark registration in the EU and South Korea. This gives you the opportunity to object to the registration of a trademark. 1. In the case of a material or property of raw material or property of fungible material or quality, a distinction is made: under the FREE Trade Agreement THE EU and South Korea, all provisions relating to medicines and medical devices must be published at an early stage so that companies have sufficient time to understand them. Notwithstanding Appendix 3-A and with the exception of chapters 1 to 21, nos. 39.01 to 39.15 or chapters 50 to 63 of the harmonized system, it is considered that a species of product has been produced sufficiently and therefore has its origin, provided that the protocol on the definition of «original products» and the method of administrative cooperation of the EU-South Korea Free Trade Agreement (JO L 225 of 22.1.195) L127) (JO No.

L 127 , p. L127) Rules of origin. 14.5.2011, 1.344). These subsidy rules apply to all products, with the exception of agriculture and fishing. 1. When a my