Free Trade Agreement Between India And Thailand Custom Notification

(ii) These imports are permitted subject to the following terms/procedures:- a) Importation would be submitted to the Government of India, Communication 2/2007 of 5 January 2007 (as amended from time to time) under the India-Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement. b) all applications must be accompanied by a pre-purchase contract from one of Vanaspati`s eligible exporters in Sri Lanka. The pre-emption contract must indicate the quantity and duration of the contract. The sri Lankan government has a list of eligible Sri Lankan executors. c) At the time of shipment, the importer in India must present a certificate of origin issued by the relevant authorities in Sri Lanka. (d) The year for these imports is the period from April 1 to March 31, the year of India. (e) All import authorization applications are sent only by e-mail to, in the following form: “Agreement” signed on 13 August 2009 by the Republic of India and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) directly sent by the exporting party to all the importing party`s customs offices. v) the issuing authority receiving the notification may delay the planned verification visit and notify the importing party of this intention within 15 days of receiving the notification. Notwithstanding any postponement, any audit visit is conducted within 60 days of receipt or for a longer period of time, as the parties may agree.

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. (b) the quantities and value of accessories, spare parts and/or tools are common business practices for the original product in the exporting party`s domestic market; and (i) the importer communicates in writing its intention to conduct the audit visit simultaneously through the competent authority, and (ii) the products have not been marketed or consumed there; and 1) the name of the competent authority issuing the notification; 1. These rules can be described as “provisional rules of origin.” For the determination of the origin of products: the following rules apply to preferential tariff concessions for the generalised preference system provided for in the framework agreement between the Republic of India and the Kingdom of Thailand (hereinafter referred to as the “agreement”): 3. The parties are free to use the method of calculating the content of the AIFTA, whether direct or indirect, and any audit of the salary of the AIFTA by the chief party is carried out on the basis of the method used by the exporter.