(b) the importing party conducting the audit visit provides a written statement to the manufacturer/exporter whose products are subject to the control and the appropriate issuing authority to determine whether these products are considered originating. 4.The exporter and/or producer of products receiving preferential tariff treatment contact the issuing authority of the exporting party in writing, which requests verification of the origin of the products before export. The result of the audit, which must be reviewed regularly or, if necessary, accepted as proof of the origin of the products exported at a later date. Early import verification cannot apply to products whose origin can be easily verified by nature. With regard to determining the origin of a product in the manufacture of origin products or non-native products, mixed or physically combined, the origin of these materials can be determined on the basis of accounting principles generally recognized for the predominant control of stocks or for the management of stocks practiced by the exporting party. The undersigned herein states that the above information and statements are accurate; all goods manufactured in iii) that have not undergone any operation other than unloading and transloading or an operation necessary to keep them in good condition. Sentences within the meaning of General Rule 3 of the harmonized system are considered originating when all the components originate. However, where a rate is composed of products from and between, the rate as a whole is considered to be an original quantity, provided that the FCA value of the non-native products used in the composition of the rate does not exceed 15% of the FOB price of the rate. b) For several products declared under the same AIFTA certificate of origin, a problem related to one of the positions listed does not affect the granting of preferential tariff treatment and the clearance of other products on this AIFTA certificate of origin. Paragraph 16, point (a) iii) may apply to problematic points. Products obtained entirely from the exporting party in accordance with Rule 4; either for products containing non-native materials, the following transactions are considered, among other things, to be insufficient to confer the character of native products, whether or not the requirements of Article 6 are met: 4. In addition, in addition, some cases have been reported in which the importer or exporter has not declared its GSTIN in the receipt/shipping invoice, although they are registered with GSTN.
From 15.02.2020, GSTIN declaration is also mandatory in import/export documents for importers and exporters registered as GST subjects. (i) must be subject to a description of the products eligible for concessions in the receiving part; (iv) within thirty days of receiving the statement referred to in point (i), the notifying party may refuse preferential tariff treatment to the products mentioned in the AIFTA certificate of origin that would have been the subject of the audit visit; and (shoe teeth of which 50% or more of the outer surface is made up of textile materials) 4.