Preferential origin: supplier's declaration in the EU

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Where a supplier provides the exporter or the trader with the information to determine the originating status of goods for the purposes of the provisions governing preferential trade between the Union and certain countries or territories (preferential originating status), the supplier shall do so by means of a supplier's declaration:

  • Supplier's declaration for goods having preferential origin; or
  • Supplier's declaration for goods not having preferential origin

Learn more by watching this video (recording of a webinar). Please find the slides in the resources section. Comprehensive basic knowledge about the origin of goods is provided in the course 'Preferential and non-preferential origin of goods in the EU' by Annette Reiser.

Only when we know the possibilities available to us can we make the decision to use them.

Annette Reiser

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