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@Le Taz

Je vous rappelle que pour mettre la mention made in usa, ou france, ou le pays de votre choix, il suffit d'assembler UNE pièce.


Je te rappelle que c'est plus compliqué que ça, et que les remarques à l'emporte pièce c'est tout sauf malin :
business.ftc.gov/...bus03-complying-made-usa-standard

The product’s final assembly or processing must take place in the U.S. The Commission then considers other factors, including how much of the product’s total manufacturing costs can be assigned to U.S. parts and processing, and how far removed any foreign content is from the finished product. In some instances, only a small portion of the total manufacturing costs are attributable to foreign processing, but that processing represents a significant amount of the product’s overall processing. The same could be true for some foreign parts. In these cases, the foreign content (processing or parts) is more than negligible, and, as a result, unqualified claims are inappropriate.