Asean India Free Trade Agreement Customs Notification

3. The parties are free to use the method of calculating the AIFTA content, whether it is the direct or indirect method, and the contents of the AIFTA by the importing party are verified on the basis of the method used by the exporting party. The table above is replaced by the table above, namely: (ii) the products have not been marketed or consumed; and (i) the importing party sends in writing its intention to carry out the audit visit simultaneously through the competent authority, -iv) if the written agreement of the producer-exporter is not obtained within thirty days of receiving the notification referred to in paragraph (i) and may refuse preferential tariff treatment to the products mentioned in that AIFTA certificate of origin that would have been the subject of the audit; Note.- Main Communication No. 46/2011-zoll of June 1, 2011 was published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3, subsection i, Number 423 (E), dated June 1, 2011 and last amended by Dienot No. 58/2015- Cus of December 30, 2015, published in the Official Journal of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3, Subsection i, Empty Number G.S.R. 1017 (E), December 30, 2015. (ii) the written notification referred to in point (i) must be as complete as possible and include: vi) the product remains under customs control of the intermediate party, including its free trade policy areas and customs areas authorized by goods. The product must not be marketed or consumed in the middle part; b) when determining rights by the importing party, classified with products: b) For several products declared under the same AIFTA certificate of origin, a problem related to one of the listed products does not affect or delay the granting of preferential tariff treatment and customs clearance of other products on this AIFTA certificate of origin. Paragraph 16, point (a) iii) may apply to problematic points. v) the issuing authority receiving the notification may delay the planned verification visit and notify the importing party of this intention within 15 days of receiving the notification. Notwithstanding any postponement, any audit visit is conducted within 60 days of receipt or for a longer period of time, as the parties may agree.

As long as the importer provides evidence to the Deputy Commissioner of Customs or the Assistant Commissioner of Customs, where appropriate, the products for which the benefit of this exemption is invoked are, in accordance with the provisions of the tariff [determining the origin of goods under the preferential trade agreement between the governments of the Member States of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the Republic of India], identity cards published in 2009 in the Indian Government`s communication to the Ministry of Finance: