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Certificate of Origin

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Export Finance

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The certificate shown in Figure 34.1 has been drawn in line with the invoice (Figure 25.1) and packing list (Figure 26.1) shown above. It is used to prove the origin of the goods. Certificates of origin are often required in order to conform to regulations in an importer’s country and may also be needed in order to prove that goods can enjoy a lower import tariff rate where favoured nation treatment is applicable.

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Willsher, R. (1995). Certificate of Origin. In: Export Finance. Finance and Capital Markets. Palgrave Macmillan, London. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-349-13980-4_34

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