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English definition of “local content”

local content

noun [U]
 
 
(also domestic content) PRODUCTION
the materials, workers, etc. used to make a product that are from the area where the product is made rather than being imported: All three car manufacturers claim that they use 60-80% local content.local content rules/requirements The local content rules state that where imported parts account for more than 60% of the value of a final vehicle, those parts are taxed.
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