South Asian Free Trade Agreement Certificate

motivated by a commitment to strengthen economic cooperation within SAARC in order to maximise the region`s trade and development potential for the good of its people, in a spirit of mutual complacency, in full respect of the principles of sovereign equality, independence and territorial integrity of all States; Reference number S-DASIAN FREE TRADE AREA (SAFTA) (combined declaration and certificate) issued in …… (Country) See comments on the sheet We herein confirm that all information contained in invoices or other documents submitted to us on our behalf on our behalf for certification, authentication or legalization are accurate and accurate, and furthermore, that we will compensate and compensate the federal government and its officials at any time for any claim or claim that may be made against them or by any of them. the basis of an exhibition or authentication. or the legalization of such certificates, invoices and other documents as mentioned above. Approved agencies that levy a fee that they charge provide services related to the issuance of the certificate of origin, including the terms and conditions relating to rules of origin, the list of items covered by an agreement, the level of tariff preference, verification and certification of eligibility. The Indian government and the Republic of Korea have signed the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) to liberalize and facilitate trade in goods and services and increase investment between countries. The Export Inspection Board is the only agency to issue certificates of origin under this agreement. (i) Terms and conditions In order to benefit from preference, products must: a) be covered by a description of products that may be preferred in the SAFTA destination country`s concession schedule; b) comply with SAFTA rules of origin. Each item in a batch must apply to itself; and (c) meet the shipping requirements set out in the SAFTA rules of origin.

As a general rule, products must be shipped directly from the export country to the destination country within the meaning of Article 12. II. The references in box 8 Preferential products must be fully manufactured or obtained in the export state in accordance with Rule 5 of the SAFTA rules of origin, or if they are not fully manufactured or obtained in the exporting contracting states, they must be eligible under Rule 6. (a) products made or obtained; enter the letter “A” in box 8. b) Products that are not fully obtained or obtained: entry in box 8 must be labelled as follows: 1. Enter the letter “B” in box 8 for products that meet the original criteria set out in Rule 8. The registration of the letter would be followed by the value of non-native materials, expressed as a percentage of the f.-o.b value of the products; (example “B” 50 per cent); 2. Enter the letter “C” in box 8 for products that meet the original criteria under Rule 9. The inscription in point “C” would be followed by the sum of the total salary originating from the territory of the Exporting State Party, expressed in registration of the F.o.b. value of the exported product; (example “C” 60 per cent); 3.

Enter the letter “D” in box 8 for products that meet the specific criteria of origin under Rule 10. The registration of the letter would be followed by the value of non-native materials, expressed as a percentage of the f.-o.b value of the products; (example “D” 40 per cent); III. Entries in Box 4 If certificates are issued later, box 4 must be marked “ISSUED RETROSPECTIVELY.” 13 In the event of authenticated copies, box 13 must be marked “CERTIFIED TRUE COPY.” For the purposes of implementing the rules of origin under Rule 14 of the SAFTA rules of origin, the following operational certification procedures are to be followed: AUTHORITY ARTICLE 1 The certificate of origin is issued by the authority designated by the government of the export contracting state (hereafter referred to as the “issuing authority”) and notified to the other contracting states.