Certificate of Origin – Definition, Types, Documents required and Procedure; Step-wise Explained
A Certificate of Origin is an official document that certifies the country where the product or goods have been manufactured.
This certificate is used in many places:
- Tariff and Trade Agreements
- Customs Clearance
- Provide Consumer Information
To understand more about the Types, Documents required and the Procedure to obtain the Certificate of Origin; please check our latest video:
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- DGFT extends the RoDTEP scheme for exports made from 1st October, 2023.
- DGFT clarifies issues raised concerning Pre-Import Conditions under Advance Authorisation
- DGFT De-lists agencies authorized to issue Certificates of Origin (Non-Preferential)
- DGFT amends the Export Policy of Food Supplements containing Botanicals
- DGFT revises Standard Input Output Norms for Leather, Leather Products and Footwear
- DGFT permits export of Non-Basmati White Rice to Bhutan, Mauritius and Singapore through National Cooperative Exports Limited (NCEL)
- What is Preferential Certificate of Origin? Who is authorised to issue the Preferential CoO?
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