REGLEMENTATION DES PRODUITS ORIGINAIRES TEXTILE HABILLEMENT

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1.TEXTILE & CLOTHINGRevision of Pan-Euro-Med rules of originCURRENT RULES:Dyeing is not considered as a transformation in the current rules of list, which are as follows: For the Woven Fabrics : (5007, 5111 to 5113, 5208 to 5212, etc.) : Manufacture from single YarnOR Printing accompanied by at least two preparatory or finishing operations For the Chapter 62 : Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not knitted or crocheted : Manufacture from YarnOR (in some cases) Manufacture from unembroidered / uncoated fabric1

2.TEXTILE & CLOTHINGRevision of Pan-Euro-Med rules of originCURRENT RULESTranslation of the current rules in processing operations : For Woven Fabrics :« Spinning Weaving » OR« Printing 2 operations » For the Woven Garments :«Weaving Making-up»2

3.TEXTILE & CLOTHINGRevision of Pan-Euro-Med rules of originOBJECTIVES : Expand the ennoblement and finishing sector. Increase the availability of finished fabrics locally to support thecompetitiveness of the industry (time optimization, simplification of sourcing,improved reliability and flexibility, ...).FINDINGS : The largest share of fabrics need is satisfied by imports. The limitedproduction of Woven fabrics mainly concerns small orders. The spinning industry as well as the weaving industry were deployed tocountries with raw materials (cotton and wool). Asian producers produce huge quantities of fabrics and have, moreover, alocal production of fibers and yarns. Knitting is a much lighter industry than the weaving. This activity maycontinue to grow in Tunisia.3

4.TEXTILE & CLOTHINGRevision of Pan-Euro-Med rules of originFINDINGS : Important added value of EnnoblementEnnoblement Preparing Dyeing Finishing (Surfacing)4

5.TEXTILE & CLOTHINGRevision of Pan-Euro-Med rules of originFINDINGS : Important value added of Ennoblement (Preparation Dyeing Finishing)Synthesis of the collected examples :5

6.TEXTILE & CLOTHINGRevision of Pan-Euro-Med rules of originFINDINGS : Important value added of Ennoblement :Preparing Dyeing Finishing : Added value of 58 to 82%Dyeing Starting greige fabrics is necessarily associated with operations ofPreparation and FinishingRESULTS : Taken together, these findings converge on the consideration of dyeing onWoven fabrics as substantial operation, combined with making-up conferorigin. The second proposal concerns the dyeing on made-up garments, which incombination with making-up confer origin. In this case it is proposed thefollowing path: import greige fabrics, fabric preparation in Tunisia, making-upin Tunisia, Dyeing & Finishing on made-up garments in Tunisia.6

7.TEXTILE & CLOTHINGRevision of Pan-Euro-Med rules of originPROPOSED NEW RULES: For woven Garments (Chapter 62) :"Manufacture from unbleached fabric“ Dyeing Making-up For Woven Fabrics (5007, 5111 to 5113, 5208 to 5212, etc.) :«Printing or Dyeing accompanied by at least two preparatory and finishing operations» Knitted Garments (Chapter 61) :"Manufacture from yarn“ Knitting Making-up7

8.TEXTILE & CLOTHINGRevision of Pan-Euro-Med rules of originFOCUS ON THE FINISHING OPERATIONS The value of finishing operations can be very high8

9.TEXTILE & CLOTHINGRevision of Pan-Euro-Med rules of originFOCUS ON THE FINISHING OPERATIONS The value of finishing operations can be very high9

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Dyeing + Finishing: Added. value of 58 to 82%. Dyeing Starting . greige. fabrics is necessarily associated with operations of Preparation and Finishing. RESULTS : Taken together, these findings converge on the consideration of dyeing on Woven fabrics as substantial operation, combined with making-up confer origin.

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