Un Certificat d’origine est un document attestant l’origine de marchandises exportées. En termes douaniers, déterminer « l’origine » d’un bien peut s’avérer être une procédure compliquée et litigieuse. C’est pour cela que le WCF vient de publier, pour la première fois en français, des Directives internationales sur l’émission des Certificats d’origine afin d’aider importateurs, exportateurs à mieux comprendre comment obtenir un certificat d’origine.
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A Certificate of Origin is a document which identifies the origin of goods being exported. It is required by customs as one of the key bases for applying tariff rates. The issuing of Certificates of Origin and the associated certification of other export documents was first regularized in 1923. This came about under the provisions of the International Convention relating to the Simplification of Customs Formalities held in Geneva.
Most chambers of commerce and some trade associations have been authorized by their Customs agencies to certify non-preferential, and in some cases, preferential certificates of origin. Thus, a chambers’ role in the issuance and attestation of Certificates of Origin is both unique and vital in facilitating international trade. International Certificate of Origin Guidelines is the result of 18 months’ work by ICC’s World Chambers Federation, incorporating the best practice from several national chamber organizations to produce the first international procedures and guidelines manual for chambers in the issuance of non-preferential certificates of origin.
“I am convinced that harmonization in the field of origin certification will present a most welcome promotion to trade facilitation and will contribute to a more efficient and effective trade environment, both for governments and the trading society”. -- Chriticles Mwansa, Director of the Tariff and Trade Affairs Directorate
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