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The Certificate of Origin: The Second Piece of Paper

The Comprehensive Certificate of Origin: The Fourth Piece of Paper

Declaration between Denmark and France respecting Consular Certificates of Origin, signed at Copenhagen, 27 October 1892

The role of the region of origin and EU certificates of origin in consumer evaluation of food products

Exchange of Notes respecting Certificates of Origin of Goods between France and Japan, signed at Tokio, 4 October 1913

Exchange of Notes between Japan and Russia relative to the Reciprocal Issue of Certificates of Origin Gratis, signed at Tokio, 12 January 1910

Agreement between Bolivia and Peru relative to Certificates of Origin of Goods, signed at La Paz, 3 July 1900

Exchange of Notes between France and Sweden and Norway respecting Certificates of Origin, signed at Stockholm, 15 December 1900/11 October 1901

Agreement between Austria-Hungary and Italy relative to Certificates of Origin of Italian Wines, signed at Vienna, 29 May 1895

Agreement between Great Britain and Russia for the reciprocal Waiver of Consular Fees on Certificates of Origin, signed at St. Petersburg, 16 July 1915

Agreement between Italy and Russia relative to the gratuitous Issue etc., of Certificates of Origin, signed at Petrograd, 2/11 November 1915

Exchange of Notes between France and Sweden-Norway relative to the Issue Gratis of Certificates of Origin, signed at Paris, 13 January-23 August 1902

Exchange of Notes between France and Sweden and Norway respecting Admission without Consular Visa of Customs Certificates of Origin, signed at Paris, 22 January/17 March 1902

Exchange of Notes between France and Great Britain respecting the Waiver of Consular Fees on Certificates of Origin, signed at Paris, 2 October/15 November 1899

 

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A document that states the country from which a particular parcel of goods originated. In international trade it is one of the shipping documents and will often determine whether or not an import duty has to be paid on the goods and, if it has, on what tariff. Such certificates are usually issued by a chamber of commerce in the country of origin.

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