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Exporters get three-month breather on origin e-certificate


To ease the businesses operational challenges in trying to comply with the origin e-certificate rule, the Centre has suspended till January 31, 2022 a mandatory obligation imposed on exporters from November 1 to obtain online Certificates of Origin (CoO) for every outbound consignment. In a fresh notice on November 22, the Department of Commerce said that the transition period for mandatory filing of applications for Non-Preferential Certificate of Origin through the e-CoO platform had been extended till January 31. The existing systems for submitting and processing non-preferential CoO applications in manual/paper mode is being allowed for the stated period and the online system is not being made mandatory, as per a report. 

 

Source: Exim News Service: New Delhi, Nov. 24

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