This 403 error shows in Woo 3.4+ and might also show in other versions too. It’s not an error generated by the server, but rather within WooCommerce. Sometimes in PHP/WordPress a 403 is actually based on a 500 or other error, according to some developers.
Long story short, use a different import plugin and it will work fine:
https://wordpress.org/plugins/product-import-export-for-woo/Last modified: 2 Sep, 2018https://www.littlebizzy.com/?p=24242
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