VCN – The General Department of Vietnam Customs issued a guidance document to provincial Customs Department for checking information of some forms of C/O on competent authority’s websites of export country.
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Specifically, for C / O form D with seals and electronic signatures issued by Indonesia, competent authorities of Indonesia announced to grant C/O form D, E, AK, AI, AANZ and AJ that have signed and sealed in electronic form from 1/4/2020.
Therefore, Customs authorities will check the information of C/O at the website: http://e-ska.kemendag.go.id -> select e-COO verification -> fill in the reference number C/O.
For C/O form AI issued by India through electronic systems including electronic signatures and QR codes, Indian authorities announced the C/O form AI with electronic signatures and seals would be granted from April 1, 2020.
Check information about C/O at the website: http://Coo.dgft.gov.in -> type the reference number of C / O in the "verify certificate" box to look up information.
For C/O form D issued by Malaysia with electronic seal and signature, the Malaysian authorities announced the issuance of an electronic C/O would be from April 13, 2020, applying for FTAs including: AANZFTA; AKFTA; AHKFTA and ATIGA.
The information about C/O could be found at the website: http://newepco.dagangnet.com.my -> fill in the username and password in the part of User Login.
Regarding C/O form E, the information of C/O could be checked at: http://origin.customs.gov.cn -> select the certificate info search function -> fill in the number of C/O and the commercial invoice to view information.
Checking information about C/O at website address: http://check.ccpiteco.net -> fill in the number of C/O and serial number of CO to look up information.
For remaining cases of C/O, customs units will carry out inspection in accordance with the provisions of Circular 38/2018/TT-BTC dated April 20, 2018 (amended and supplemented in Circular 62/2019/TT-BTC dated September 5, 2019 of the Ministry of Finance) and circulars on guiding the rules of origin of the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
The guidance of the General Department of Vietnam Customs complied with the provisions of Clause 1, Article 4 of Circular No. 47/2020/TT-BTC of the Ministry of Finance stipulating time limit for the submission of certificates of origin and the submission method for certificates of origin of imported goods during the Covid-19 pandemic.
By N.Linh/Thanh Thuy