On February 5, 2020, U.S. Customs ruled (Ruling N308718) that a cashmere scarf assembled into a finished item in China of panel knit-to-shape in Hong Kong, is a product of Hong Kong. The manufacturing processes were--
The cashmere yarns are imported from China into Hong Kong
In Hong Kong, the yarns are knit-to-shape into a scarf panel with lines of demarcation and two tubular binding hems. The long edge of the scarf panel is finished with half-milano stitch hem.
The panel and hems are shipped to China and assembled into the finished item.
CBP ruled "As the good is knit to shape and a change to 6117.10 from yarn occurs in Hong Kong, origin is conferred in Hong Kong."
On February 25, 2020, U.S. Customs ruled (Ruling N309575) that a cashmere pullover assembled into a finished item in China of panels knit-to-shape in Hong Kong, is a product of Hong Kong.