(iv) the retroactive control procedure, including the procedure itself and the determination of the origin or otherwise of the product in question, should be completed within six months and the result communicated to the issuing authority. During the implementation of the retroactive control procedure, point (iii) shall apply. (a) the AIFTA certificate of origin is issued in A4 format of the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) and the white paper in accordance with the model set out in the Annex to those operational certification procedures; It is written in English. The AIFTA Certificate of Origin consists of one (1) original and three (3) copies. Each AIFTA Certificate of Origin bears a reference number assigned separately by each issuing place or body. Unless otherwise specified, products which satisfy the origin requirements referred to in Article 3 and which are used in a Contracting Party as materials for a product eligible for preferential treatment under those rules shall be considered as originating in that Contracting Party if the product has undergone working or processing. If it is established that the goods still do not have originating status, the final written conclusion of the importing Party shall be communicated to the issuing authority within thirty days of receipt of the additional comments/information from the manufacturer/exporter. 1. Notwithstanding the provisions of these Regulations, a good shall not be considered to originate in a Party if the following transactions are carried out exclusively by itself or in combination in the territory of that Party:- The use of the FTA preference allows qualified U.S.
goods to be more competitive through reduced or duty-free duties(duties), although local taxes continue to apply. FTA certifications are optional and are not required for shipments for customs clearance. However, goods shipped without one can be valued as a standard rate. So be sure to include an FTA certificate of origin. For shipments under $2,500, the exporter must indicate on an invoice that a product originates in the United States and is eligible for a free trade agreement. For Israel, U.S. exporters or producers may be required to complete and sign the U.S. origin invoice statement. (vi) the product remains under the customs control of the intermediate party, including its free trade areas and customs-approved customs territories.
the product must not be placed on the market or consumed through the intermediary; (e) The value of non-originating materials is as follows: APTA offers liberalization of tariff and non-tariff barriers to trade in order to increase trade in goods in the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) region. Currently, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, South Korea, India and China exchange tariff concessions under APTA. The list of bodies authorised to issue a certificate of origin in accordance with APTA is set out in Annex 4B of the Manual of Procedures vol. I (the FIEO is one of the bodies authorised to issue the certificate) No product shall be considered to originate in a Contracting Party unless the conditions set out in this Regulation are fulfilled for those products and to the satisfaction of the competent governmental authorities responsible for issuing the certificate of origin. 2. In the case of textiles and textile products listed in Appendix II to this Regulation, a good or material shall not be considered as originating in a Party because it has undergone only one of the following procedures:- The body concerned shall ensure that the goods are of Indian origin in accordance with the general principles of the rules of origin before issuing a certificate of non-preferential origin. The certificate shall be issued in accordance with the format set out in Annex II. in Annex 4C of the Procedures Manual. Ensure that no corrections/rewrites are made to the certificate. (vii) the information on the successive AIFTA certificate of origin shall include the name of the party which issued the original AIFTA certificate of origin, the date of issue and the reference number; and Indian export topics| | ASEAN ASEAN COUNTRIES 5.DESCRIPTION OF GOODS: The description of the goods must be sufficiently detailed so that the goods can be identified by customs inspectors.
Name of the manufacturer, any trademark must also be indicated. (a) procedures to ensure that products are kept in good condition during transport and storage (e.B. drying, freezing, salting, aeration, spreading, cooling, introduction into salt, sulphur dioxide or other aqueous solutions, removal of damaged parts and similar treatments); In the event of a dispute concerning the determination of origin, classification of goods or other matters, the competent governmental authorities of the importing and exporting Parties shall consult with a view to resolving the dispute. 3. The Parties shall be free to apply the method for calculating the AIFTA content, whether direct or indirect, and any verification of the AIFTA content by the importing Party shall be based on the methodology used by the exporting Party. Containers and packaging materials used exclusively for the transport of a product shall not be taken into account when determining the origin of a product in accordance with General Rule 5(b) of the Harmonised System. 3. For the purpose of establishing originating status, the issuing authority shall have the right to require any supporting evidence or to carry out any checks deemed appropriate.