Definition of CO
Certificate of Origin (CO) is a specific institution issued by the exporting country to prove its export goods for the country (or region). A certificate of origin, the request of the importer and the exporter shall be provided by a notary public or government or a certificate issued by the exporter of goods, native or manufacture evidence. Generally divided into GSP certificate of origin (FORM A) and various regional preferential certificate of origin, and non-preferential certificate of origin.
Effect of CO
Certificate of origin is the transfer of goods trade relations person, valid credentials settlement payment, the claimant claims, acceptance of the importing country clearance, tariffs, it is exporting countries enjoy quota-importing countries to implement trade policy different credentials for different exporting countries.
ASEAN-China Free Trade Certificate of Origin
The China - ASEAN Free Trade Certificate of Origin (FORM E): currently applies to exports of Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, the Philippines, Singapore, Brunei, Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos and other countries and comply with the relevant provisions of the product, as long as issued by the China - ASEAN free Trade Area of preferential origin confirmation letter (FORM E), exports of goods to the 10 countries of the importing country can enjoy preferential tariff treatment, the average tax rate of up to 5%.
In the "Trade in Goods Agreement", formally defines the sample format of certificates of origin, and in the "trade in goods agreement" Protocol II, you also add a description of the contents of the back page.
Form and Back Instructions of CO