If a company has a PCB design and wishes to assemble them economically, a natural choice is China. Some Chinese companies are asking for the parts (or some of them) to be shipped to them. This means buying the parts locally, shipping them (export), having them assemble the PCBs and shipping back (import).
In a specific case, the design company is in the USA, and the assembly house is in China. The design includes a Texas Instruments RF chip (CC113L) and a MCU (MSP430). Actual quantity is 1000.
What regulations do you need to comply with for this 'temporary export for fabrication purposes' and do you know of any special considerations to take into account?
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