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Asean Free Trade Agreement Rules Of Origin


Although these ASEAN national customs and trade authorities coordinate with each other, disputes can arise. The ASEAN secretariat does not have the legal authority to resolve these disputes, so disputes are resolved bilaterally through informal means or dispute resolution. (vi) the product remains under the customs control of the intermediary, including its free trade zones and customs areas. The product must not be marketed or consumed in the middle part; (vii) the references on the AIFTA back-to-back certificate of origin include the name of the party that issued the original AIFTA certificate of origin, the date of issue and the reference number; and (c) a copy of the original commercial invoice for the product; and (1) For the purposes of Rule 3 of clause b), a product is considered originating if – 8. For the implementation of rules 5 and 6, the aIFTA certificate of origin issued by the exporting party contains the relevant provisions and the applicable percentage of the AIFTA content in box 8. 3.ORIGIN CRITERIA: For products that meet the original criteria, the exporter and/or manufacturer must state in box 8 of this form that the original criteria are met in the manner shown in the following table: (iii) the validity of the AIFTA certificate of origin must have the same end date as the original AIFTA certificate of origin; b) The original exporting party, the middle party and the importing party cooperate during the audit. The copy of the AIFTA certificate of origin, issued by the original exporter, is returned to the importing party`s customs authority if requested during the verification process. (i) a valid AIFTA certificate of origin is presented to the original exporting party only to the intermediate party`s issuing authority; 3. Containers and packaging materials used exclusively for the transport of a product are not taken into account in determining the origin of the goods. 1.

When classifying the packaged product, packaging and packaging materials for retail use are not taken into account when considering the compliance of all non-original prefabricated materials with the test that corresponds to a change in the classification of these products.