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Canada and Israel have introduced amendments and expanded the CIFTA to align with other modern trade agreements. The following four chapters have been updated: In Canada, there are 18 customs treatments, all represented by a code on the B3 customs coding form. Sixteen of the customs salaries lower or abolish the tariff normally owed on imported goods as a result of a free trade agreement or other preferential treatment granted by Canada to recipient countries. For more information on tariff treatments and rules of origin, visit our technical consulting group. CIFTA / Canada-Israel Agreement Rate (CIAT code 13) Certificate of Origin: Form B239 Case 6: For each product described in Box 5, the six-digit HS rate classification. If the goods are subject to a specific rule of origin requiring eight digits, you identify yourself with eight digits using the shS tariff classification of the party in which the goods are imported. Least Developed Country Tariff (LDCT code 08) Certificate of origin: Form B255 for textiles and clothing; Form `A` or Export`s Statement of Origin for any other box 5: Enter a full description of each item. The description should be sufficient to link the invoice description and description of the harmonized system (SH) of the goods. When the certificate covers a single shipment of a commodity, i.e.

no framework certificate, the number of the invoice, as indicated on the commercial invoice. If this is not known, indicate another unique reference number, z.B the shipping number. Commonwealth Caribbean Countries Tariff (CCCT Code 07) – Certificate of Origin: Form `A` / Exporter`s Declaration of Origin The modernized Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement (CIFTA) came into force on September 1, 2019. It replaces the original CIFTA, which has been in effect since January 1, 1997. The modernized CIFTA will strengthen and strengthen the economic partnership between the two countries by improving trade and creating new opportunities. Case 3: provide the full legal name and address of the manufacturer. If the certificate contains more than a manufacturer`s property, attach a list of additional manufacturers, including the legal name and address, that are returned to the specified property in box 5. If you want this information to be confidential, it is acceptable to indicate “available at customs upon request.” If the producer and exporter are the same, full field with “equal.” If the producer is unknown, it is acceptable to say “unknown.” Case 8: Say “Yes” for each property described in box 5 if you are the producer of the property. If you are not the manufacturer of the products, indicate the “no” followed by (1) or (2) depending on whether this certificate is based on: (1) your knowledge of the characterization of the property as a property of origin or (2) your reference to the manufacturer`s written statement that the credit is qualified as property of origin.

CCRFTA Costa Rica Rate (CRT code 21) Certificate of origin: Form B246; for the TPL: Exporter Certification of non-native textile products Case No. 9: If the certificate is not a flat certificate indicating the gross weight or number of parts in the lot. NAFTA / United States Customs (UST 10 code), Mexico (code MT 11), Mexico-U.S. Customs (must 12 code) Certificate of origin: Form B232; for the TPL: exporter Certification of non-original textile products CEFTA Iceland tariff tariff (CODE IT 22), Norwegian tariff (NT / 23), Swiss Liechtenstein tariff (SLT / 24) Original product: AELE declaration of origin Case 2: Fill this box if the certificate includes several batches of identical goods, as defined in box 5, imported for a maximum period of one year (period)