Bangkok Agreement Notification

Note: The main rules were published empty notification No.94/2006 – CUSTOMS (N.T.), from August 31, 2006, in the India Gazette, Extraordinary, empty number S.O. 1390 (E), dated August 31, 2006 and last amended by press release 79/2009 – CUSTOMS, N.T., July 9, 2009, published in Gazette of India, Extraordinary, empty number S.O. 1679 (E), dated July 9, 2009. APTA preferences may overlap with separate DFQF systems from China, India and the Republic of Korea, as well as preferences under the SAFTA, ASEAN-China, ASEAN-India and ASEAN-Republic of Korea regional trade agreements. Value of imported non-native materials, parts or products. iv) Cut, cut or repackage or put in bottles, bottles, bags, boxes, fasteners end on cards or boards, etc. The Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement (APTA), formerly the Bangkok Agreement, is a preferential tariff regime that aims to promote intra-regional trade by exchanging concessions agreed by member states. Its current members are Bangladesh, China, India, the Republic of Korea, the Lao People`s Republic and Sri Lanka. Mongolia has concluded bilateral negotiations on tariff concessions and is expected to become the seventh member. 2.

They come into force on 1 July 2018. (c) meet the shipping conditions set out in the rules of origin of the Asia-Pacific trade agreement. As a general rule, products must be shipped directly from the export country to the destination country under Rule 6. 4. Enter the letter “E” in box 8 for products that meet the original criteria set out in sub rule b) of Rule 4. The registration of the letter “E” is followed by the criteria of the rules of origin (example “E” CTH). » . . (e) Whether or not the requirements of Rule 2, point b) are met, the following transactions or procedures are considered insufficient to confer the status of native products: products with preferential concessions are supported by a certificate of origin issued by an authority designated by the participating export state government and notified to other participating states in accordance with the original model model and the explanatory notes attached to it. .

c) The formula for calculating the content of non-native materials and their requirement to obtain the original character in accordance with Rule 3, point a), is worded as follows: Enter the marks and numbers of the packaging covered by the certificate. This information should be identical to the markers and numbers on the packets. Products that are imported into the territory of a participating state under the agreement and are shipped directly within the meaning of Rule 6 may benefit from preferential concessions if they meet the original requirement under one of the following conditions: