Eur 1 Trade Agreement Countries

While the EUR.1 certificate is still accepted in some countries, others have switched to a digital version since the launch of the REX system. The Eur.1 goods circulation certificate (also known as eur.1 or EUR.1) is a form used in international trade. EUR.1 is recognised as a certificate of origin in foreign trade, particularly in the context of several bilateral and multilateral agreements of the pan-European preference system (The European Union Association Agreement). [1] [2] [3] Exports to many third countries require a document of origin indicating the country of origin from which the product originates. Normally, a certificate of origin (CvO) is used. You should use a EUR.1 document or a EUR-MED document for countries with which the European Union has trade agreements. These documents haunt them with a reduction in import duties and, in some cases, an exemption. The EUR.1 certificate is a kind of certificate of origin. It is used for the export of goods to the European Union or for the importation of goods from the European Union to countries with which the EU has free trade agreements. Depending on the agreement for certain products, you must pay lower import duties or no import duties. This is called the prime rate. The REX-IT system was developed by the European Commission and is made available to EU Member States.

The system is used to register exporters. These exporters will then be able to use the system when exporting goods to countries that have trade agreements with the EU and which contain provisions for the REX system. For example, trade agreements with Canada (CETA), Japan and Vietnam. To qualify, they must be from the UK or THE EU or have been manufactured in a country with a trade agreement with the EU. You may need to prove this, for example.B. documentation on the manufacture of goods and the origin of materials. Applications for these countries may continue to be submitted online, but you must receive a delivery of empty forms from our office, warning signs and returns. After certification by our office, applications are sent back to candidates by the special delivery of the Royal Mail. Countries with a recent trade agreement with the EU include Albania, Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ceuta and Melilla, Chile, Colombia, Egypt, the Faroe Islands, Honduras, Iceland, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Mexico, Montenegro, Morocco, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Peru, Serbia, South Africa, Syria, Tunisia Turkey, Ukraine, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.