Wholly Formed Fabrics Law and Legal Definition

According to 19 CFR 10.212 [Title 19 -- Customs Duties; Chapter I -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Department of Homeland Security; Department of the Treasury Part 10 -- Articles Conditionally Free, Subject to a Reduced Rate, Etc.; Subpart D -- Textile and Apparel Articles under the African Growth and Opportunity Act], wholly formed fabrics means that all of the production processes, starting with polymers, fibers, filaments, textile strips, yarns, twine, cordage, rope, or strips of fabric and ending with a fabric by a weaving, knitting, needling, tufting, felting, entangling or other process, took place in the United States or in one or more beneficiary countries.