Published on the Packaging World Web site
| July 31, 1997
The Federal Trade Commission has proposed to allow a product or package to bear a "Made in the USA" label if its U.S. manufacturing costs accounted for at least 75% of total costs and if the product were assembled mostly in the U.S.
That doesn't sit well with some members of Congress who said the label is inappropriate if a product contains foreign parts.
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