3. Both parties will cooperate fully, in accordance with their legislation and national procedures in the event of alleged circumvention or circumvention of the agreement, to resolve problems arising from circumvention, including facilitating joint factory visits and contacts between representatives of both parties, on request and on a case-by-case basis. (a) are a description of products eligible for concessions in the destination country under this agreement; Sri Lanka`s trade relations with India marked a historic milestone when the India-Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement (ISFTA) was signed on 28 December 1998 as Sri Lanka`s first bilateral free trade agreement. The ISFTA came into force on March 1, 2000. The ISFTA is now fully implemented, with both parties fulfilling their progressive obligations under the Tariff Liberalisation Programme (TLP), as explained below. they can be considered original products. Explanatory Note: For the purposes of this notification, “factory ship” means any vessel defined in the definition used for the processing and/or manufacture of on-board goods solely from Rule 6 products under clause (f). products obtained from the seabed or under the seabed outside their territorial waters, provided they have exclusive rights to operate; These provisions apply to goods shipped from the territory of one of the contracting parties. explanation. – the accumulation, under the sign of Rule 8, means that only goods of origin in the territory of one of the contracting parties can be taken into account when they are used as inputs for a finished product that can benefit from a preferential concession on the territory of the other party. For the purposes of condition (a) of Rule 5, the following provisions are deemed to be fully manufactured or obtained on the territory of the exporting party: – Pl. visit India`s following website for ISFTA tariff concessions and other India customs information: www.indiantradeportal.in/index.jsp they come into force (2) on the day of publication in the Official Journal.
mineral materials or products, including mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials, as well as mineral or metal ores obtained from its soil, waters or seabed; easily mix products of different kinds when one or more components of the mixture do not meet the conditions set out in these requirements, in order to (e) the value of non-native materials or products: the animal products covered in point c); 1. In box 8, enter the letter “B” for products that meet the rule 7 original test. The registration of the letter would be followed by the sum of the value of the materials, parts or products of the non-contracting parties or the indeterminate origin used, expressed as a percentage of the F.o.b. the value of the products; [example `B` – () percent]. explanation. – for the purposes of this notification, “preferential treatment” for each product is the exemption granted under the Indian government`s communication to the Ministry of Finance (Ministry of Finance), No. 26/2000 of 1 March 2000, and includes preferential concessions. Access to the content of society newspapers varies according to titles. Products of Indian origin exported under the ISFTA to Sri Lanka are currently duty-free, with the exception of 1,180 TL products that are included in the Netherlands under the ISFTA.
(a) affirm that the products are the manufacture or manufacture of the country from which they are imported and that these products may benefit from a preference under the India-Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement (hereafter referred to as the agreement), and if you have access to a review through a company or association, read in your social journal, choose an article that you would like to read and follow the instructions in that field.