2. In the case of textiles and textile products listed in Annex II to Annex II annexed to this Regulation, a product or input shall not be considered as originating in a Contracting Party because it has undergone only one of the following conditions:- (c) The determination of the originating status of the goods shall be communicated to the manufacturer/exporter and to the competent issuing authority. Any suspended preferential tariff treatment shall be reintroduced if it is firmly established that the goods are considered to be originating products. Explanation.- For the purposes of this clause, “article” means all waste and waste, including scrap and waste, resulting from manufacturing, processing or consumption operations in the same country, scrap metal machinery, discarded packaging and all products that can no longer fulfil the purpose for which they were manufactured and that can only be disposed of for the recovery of raw materials, and such manufacturing or processing operations include all types of processing; not only industrial or chemical, but also mining, agricultural, construction, refining, incineration and wastewater treatment; (iii)meet the criteria of origin of the rules. Exporters or manufacturers wishing to obtain the Certificate of Origin must first apply for registration using the prescribed form (see table below). After registration, the customs authority inspects the applicant`s factory to verify the production process and confirm manufacturing operations, machinery and labour, as well as updated production records. Unless otherwise specified, products which satisfy the origin requirements laid down in Article 3 of Regulation 3 and which are used in a Contracting Party as materials for a product eligible for preferential treatment under those provisions shall be considered as originating in that Party if the working or processing of the product has taken place. 2.CONDITIONS: (b) The customs authority of the importing Party may request from an importer information or documents on the origin of the goods imported in accordance with its national, regulatory and administrative provisions before requesting retroactive control in accordance with point (a). (ii) the origin of the product complies with the rules. Men`s or boys` briefs, nightgowns, pajamas, bathrobes, dressings and similar articles, knitted or crocheted. Essentially, different free trade agreements have different RoO systems and requirements regarding the methods used to determine the origin of the thing. The roOs criteria for ASEAN Free Trade Agreements are listed in the table below. and that they meet the origin requirements set for these goods in the preferential tariff of the ASEAN INDIA Free Trade Area for goods exported after 10 EXPORTS.
EXHIBITIONS: In cases where goods are shipped from the territory of the exporting Party for shipment to another country and sold for import into the territory of a Contracting Party during or after the exhibition, in accordance with paragraph 21 of the company`s certification procedures, the “exhibitions” shall be checked in box 13 (√) and the name and address of the exhibition shall be indicated in box 2. Any claim that a product is recognized as eligible for preferential tariff treatment shall be supported by a certificate of origin based on the model set out in the Appendix to the Operational Certification Procedures issued by a governmental authority designated by the exporting Party and notified to the other Parties in accordance with the operational certification procedures set out in Annex III annexed to those rules. . . . .