Eight O Seven (807)
Also known as ‘production sharing’, 807 is a controversial law that relates specifically to the textile industry. It allows manufacturers to reduce the cost of labour for their products.
In practice, this means they are allowed to have their garments cut in the United States, assembled in Mexico, Caribbean and Central American countries and returned to the US.
Source: Nouvelle de Nîmes Nº 5: The Denim Dictionary