country of origin


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Noun1.country of origin - the country where you were born
country, land, state - the territory occupied by a nation; "he returned to the land of his birth"; "he visited several European countries"
old country - the country of origin of an immigrant
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The questionnaire also contained questions regarding demographic variables, as well as two questions to verify if the respondent knew the country of origin of the luxury brand considered and if they had already purchased the featured brand.
Country of Origin: United States Contact: Dan Sparby sales@alltuneandlube.com http://www.alltuneandlube.com
Following the bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) crisis, country of origin labelling was also made mandatory for beef and beef products (Regulation 1760/2000).
"Improving the country of origin labelling on processed beef products will not only improve consumer confidence, it will also improve the transparency within the supply chain as consumers will have confidence in where all their beef products come from.
To import lower-risk objects (Annex C) the importer must submit an 'importer statement', confirming the object has not been unlawfully exported from its country of origin (or discovery).
Therefore, English foreignness and disclosing the country of origin of a brand have become brand identity strategies that can alter consumers' choices in product and service categories (HILLENBRAND et al., 2013; BRODIE; BENSON-REA, 2016).
"majority of sugar has been inspected at the country of origin. The tested parameters are within the Kenyan standards" he said.
Berlin [Germany], December 05 ( ANI ): Pilots in Germany, which is one of the top ten refugee hosting nations, had refused to fly refugees to their country of origin on over 200 occasions.
The social factor is another factor that should be considered while evaluating country of origin, the lifestyle of any overall population having a positive or negative part in surveying a thing country of origin.
With the Brexit negotiations on the horizon, this could be the start of strong national legislation to ensure we have clear country of origin labelling in the future.
Few pieces of regulation are more important for our members' businesses than the Country of Origin principle set out in the Audiovisual Media Services directive--but the key point I would like to make is the benefit to EU audiences.

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