Q.4: Do I need to review the “600 series” first?

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Yes. As you begin to review the actual ECCNs on the CCL, you will review the “600 series” to determine if the item is described in a paragraph that does not use “specially designed.” If you see the item described in the “600 series,” you stop. The item is described in the “600 series,” and that is the final classification. However, if the applicable “600 series” paragraph uses “specially designed” as part of the control parameter you will need to determine if the item is, in fact, “specially designed.” The results of this will determine if your item is classified in the “600 series” or in another ECCN.

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