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ANNEX X

Trade between the Republic of Turkey and the Republic of Tunisia

ARTICLE 1

Products having acquired their origin by application of the provisions foreseen in this Annex shall be excluded from cumulation as referred to in Article 3 of Appendix I.

ARTICLE 2

Cumulation in Turkey

For the purpose of implementing Article 2(1)(b) of Appendix I, working or processing carried out in Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia shall be considered as having been carried out in Turkey when the products obtained undergo subsequent working or processing in Turkey. Where, pursuant to this provision, the originating products are obtained in two or more of the countries concerned, they shall be considered as originating in Turkey only if the working or processing goes beyond the operations referred to in Article 6 of Appendix I.

ARTICLE 3

Cumulation in Tunisia

For the purpose of implementing Article 2(1)(b) of Appendix I, working or processing carried out inTurkeyAlgeria or Morocco shall be considered as having been carried out in Tunisia when the products obtained undergo subsequent working or processing in Tunisia. Where, pursuant to this provision, the originating products are obtained in two or more of the countries concerned, they shall be considered as originating in Tunisia only if the working or processing goes beyond the operations referred to in Article 6 of Appendix I.

ARTICLE 4

Proofs of origin

1. Without prejudice to Article 16 (4) and (5) of Appendix I, a movement certificate EUR.1 shall be issued by the customs authorities of Turkey or of Tunisia if the products concerned can be considered as products originating in Turkey or in Tunisia, with application of the cumulation referred to in Articles 2 and 3 of this Annex, and fulfil the other requirements of Appendix I.

2. Without prejudice to Article 21 (2) and (3) of Appendix I, an origin declaration may be made out if the products concerned may be considered as products originating in Turkey or in Tunisia, with application of the cumulation referred to in Articles 2 and 3 of this Annex, and fulfil the other requirements of Appendix I.

ARTICLE 5

Supplier's declarations

1. When a movement certificate EUR.1 is issued, or an origin declaration is made out, in Turkey or Tunisia for originating products, in the manufacture of which goods coming from Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey which have undergone working or processing in these countries without having obtained preferential originating status, have been used, account shall be taken of the supplier's declaration given for those goods in accordance with this Article.

2. The supplier's declaration referred to in paragraph 1 shall serve as evidence of the working or processing undergone in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey by the goods concerned for the purpose of determining whether the products in the manufacture of which these goods are used, can be considered as products originating in Turkey or Tunisia and fulfil the other requirements of Appendix I.

3. A separate supplier's declaration shall, except in the cases provided in paragraph 4, be made out by the supplier for each consignment of goods in the form prescribed in Annex C on a sheet of paper annexed to the invoice, the delivery note or any other commercial document describing the goods concerned in sufficient detail to enable them to be identified.

4. Where a supplier regularly supplies a particular customer with goods for which the working or processing undergone in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey is expected to remain constant for considerable periods of time, he may provide a single supplier's declaration to cover subsequent consignments of those goods (hereinafter referred to as a "long-term supplier's declaration").

A long-term supplier's declaration may normally be valid for a period of up to one year from the date of making out the declaration. The customs authorities of the country where the declaration is made out lay down the conditions under which longer periods may be used.

The long-term supplier's declaration shall be made out by the supplier in the form prescribed in Annex D and shall describe the goods concerned in sufficient detail to enable them to be identified. It shall be provided to the customer concerned before he is supplied with the first consignment of goods covered by that declaration or together with his first consignment.

The supplier shall inform his customer immediately if the long-term supplier's declaration is no longer applicable to the goods supplied.

5. The supplier's declarations referred to in paragraphs 3 and 4 shall be typed or printed using one of the languages in which the Agreement is drawn up, in accordance with the provisions of the national law of the country where the declaration is made out, and shall bear the original signature of the supplier in manuscript. The declaration may also be handwritten; in such a case, it shall be written in ink in printed characters.

6. The supplier making out a declaration shall be prepared to submit at any time, at the request of the customs authorities of the country where the declaration is made out, all appropriate documents proving that the information given on that declaration is correct.

ARTICLE 6

Supporting documents

Supplier's declarations proving the working or processing undergone in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkeyby materials used, made out in one of these countries, shall be treated as a document referred to in Articles 16 (3) and 21 (5) of the Appendix I and Article 5 (6) of this Annex used for the purpose of proving that products covered by a movement certificate EUR.1 or an origin declaration may be considered as products originating in Turkey or in Tunisia and fulfil the other requirements of Appendix I.

ARTICLE 7

Preservation of supplier's declarations

The supplier making out a supplier's declaration shall keep for at least three years copies of the declaration and of all the invoices, delivery notes or other commercial document to which this declaration is annexed as well as the documents referred to in Article 5 (6).

The supplier making out a long-term supplier's declaration shall keep for at least three years copies of the declaration and of all the invoices, delivery notes or other commercial documents concerning goods covered by that declaration sent to the customer concerned, as well as the documents referred to in Article 5 (6). This period shall begin from the date of expiry of validity of the long-term supplier's declaration.

ARTICLE 8

Administrative cooperation

In order to ensure the proper application of this Annex, Turkey and Tunisia shall assist each other, through the competent customs authorities, in checking the authenticity of the movement certificates EUR.1, the origin declarations or the supplier's declarations and the correctness of the information given in these documents.

ARTICLE 9

Verification of supplier's declarations

1. Subsequent verifications of supplier's declarations or long-term supplier's declarations may be carried out at random or whenever the customs authorities of the country where such declarations have been taken into account to issue a movement certificate EUR.1 or to make out an origin declaration, have reasonable doubts as to the authenticity of the document or the correctness of the information given in this document.

2. For the purposes of implementing the provisions of paragraph 1, the customs authorities of the country referred to in paragraph 1 shall return the supplier's declaration or the long-term supplier's declaration and invoices, delivery notes or other commercial documents concerning goods covered by such declaration, to the customs authorities of the country where the declaration was made out, giving, where appropriate, the reasons of substance or form of the request for verification.

They shall forward, in support of the request for subsequent verification, any documents and information that have been obtained suggesting that the information given in the supplier's declaration or the long-term supplier's declaration is incorrect.

3. The verification shall be carried out by the customs authorities of the country where the supplier's declaration or the long-term supplier's declaration was made out. For this purpose, they shall have the right to call for any evidence and carry out any inspection of the supplier's accounts or any other check which they consider appropriate.

4. The customs authorities requesting the verification shall be informed of the results thereof as soon as possible. These results shall indicate clearly whether the information given in the supplier's declaration or the long-term supplier's declaration is correct and make it possible for them to determine whether and to what extent such declaration could be taken into account for issuing a movement certificate EUR.1 or for making out an origin declaration.

ARTICLE 10

Sanctions

Penalties shall be imposed on any person who draws up, or causes to be drawn up, a document which contains incorrect information for the purpose of obtaining a preferential treatment for products.

ARTICLE 11

Free zones

1. Turkey and Tunisia shall take all necessary steps to ensure that products traded under cover of a proof of origin, which in the course of transport use a free zone situated in their territory, are not substituted by other goods and do not undergo handling other than normal operations designed to prevent their deterioration.

2. By way of derogation from paragraph 1, when products originating in Turkey or Tunisia are imported into a free zone under cover of a proof of origin and undergo treatment or processing, the authorities concerned shall issue a new movement certificate EUR.1 at the exporter's request, if the treatment or processing undergone complies with the provisions of this Convention.

ANNEX XI

Trade between the EFTA States and the Republic of Tunisia

ARTICLE 1

Products having acquired origin by application of the provisions foreseen in this Annex shall be excluded from cumulation as referred to in Article 3 of Appendix I.

ARTICLE 2

Cumulation in an EFTA State

For the purpose of implementing Article 2 (1) (b) of Appendix I, working or processing carried out in Tunisia shall be considered as having been carried out in an EFTA State when the products obtained undergo subsequent working or processing in an EFTA State. Where, pursuant to this provision, the originating products are obtained in two or more of the Parties concerned, they shall be considered as originating in an EFTA State only if the working or processing goes beyond the operations referred to in Article 6 of Appendix I.

ARTICLE 3

Cumulation in Tunisia

For the purpose of implementing Article 2 (1) (b) of Appendix I, working or processing carried out in the EFTA States shall be considered as having been carried out in Tunisia when the products obtained undergo subsequent working or processing in Tunisia. Where, pursuant to this provision, the originating products are obtained in two or more of the Parties concerned, they shall be considered as originating in Tunisia only if the working or processing goes beyond the operations referred to in Article 6 of Appendix I.

ARTICLE 4

Proofs of origin

1. Without prejudice to Article 16 (4) and (5) of Appendix I, a movement certificate EUR.1 shall be issued by the customs authorities of an EFTA State or of Tunisia if the products concerned can be considered as products originating in an EFTA State or in Tunisia, with application of the cumulation referred to in Articles 2 and 3 of this Annex, and fulfil the other requirements of Appendix I.

2. Without prejudice to Article 21 (2) and (3) of Appendix I, an origin declaration may be made out if the products concerned can be considered as products originating in an EFTA State or in Tunisia, with application of the cumulation referred to in Articles 2 and 3 of this Annex, and fulfil the other requirements of Appendix I.

ARTICLE 5

Supplier's declarations

1. When a movement certificate EUR.1 is issued, or an origin declaration is made out, in an EFTA State or in Tunisia for originating products, in the manufacture of which goods coming from Tunisia or the EFTA States which have undergone working or processing in these countries without having obtained preferential originating status, have been used, account shall be taken of the supplier's declaration given for those goods in accordance with this Article.

2. The supplier's declaration referred to in paragraph 1 shall serve as evidence of the working or processing undergone in Tunisia or the ETFA States by the goods concerned for the purpose of determining whether the products in the manufacture of which these goods are used, may be considered as products originating in the EFTA States or Tunisia and fulfil the other requirements of Appendix I.

3. A separate supplier's declaration shall, except in the cases provided in paragraph 4, be made out by the supplier for each consignment of goods in the form prescribed in Annex E on a sheet of paper annexed to the invoice, the delivery note or any other commercial document describing the goods concerned in sufficient detail to enable them to be identified.

4. Where a supplier regularly supplies a particular customer with goods for which the working or processing undergone in Tunisia or the EFTA States is expected to remain constant for considerable periods of time, he may provide a single supplier's declaration to cover subsequent consignments of those goods (hereinafter referred to as a "long-term supplier's declaration").

A long-term supplier's declaration may normally be valid for a period of up to one year from the date of making out the declaration. The customs authorities of the country where the declaration is made out lay down the conditions under which longer periods may be used.

The long-term supplier's declaration shall be made out by the supplier in the form prescribed in Annex F and shall describe the goods concerned in sufficient detail to enable them to be identified. It shall be provided to the customer concerned before he is supplied with the first consignment of goods covered by that declaration or together with his first consignment.

The supplier shall inform his customer immediately if the long-term supplier's declaration is no longer applicable to the goods supplied.

5. The supplier's declarations referred to in paragraphs 3 and 4 shall be typed or printed using one of the languages in which the Agreement is drawn up, in accordance with the provisions of the national law of the country where the declaration is made out, and shall bear the original signature of the supplier in manuscript. The declaration may also be handwritten; in such a case, it shall be written in ink in printed characters.

6. The supplier making out a declaration shall be prepared to submit at any time, at the request of the customs authorities of the country where the declaration is made out, all appropriate documents proving that the information given on that declaration is correct.

ARTICLE 6

Supporting documents

Supplier's declarations proving the working or processing undergone in the EFTA States or Tunisia by materials used, made out in one of these countries, shall be treated as a document referred to in Articles 16 (3) and 21 (5) of Appendix I and Article 5 (6) of this Annex used for the purpose of proving that products covered by a movement certificate EUR.1 or an origin declaration may be considered as products originating in the an EFTA State or in Tunisia and fulfil the other requirements of Appendix I.

ARTICLE 7

Preservation of supplier's declarations

The supplier making out a supplier's declaration shall keep for at least three years copies of the declaration and of all the invoices, delivery notes or other commercial document to which this declaration is annexed as well as the documents referred to in Article 5 (6).

The supplier making out a long-term supplier's declaration shall keep for at least three years copies of the declaration and of all the invoices, delivery notes or other commercial documents concerning goods covered by that declaration sent to the customer concerned, as well as the documents referred to in Article 5 (6). This period shall begin from the date of expiry of validity of the long-term supplier's declaration.

ARTICLE 8

Administrative cooperation

In order to ensure the proper application of this Annex, the EFTA States and Tunisia shall assist each other, through the competent customs authorities, in checking the authenticity of the movement certificates EUR.1, the origin declarations or the supplier's declarations and the correctness of the information given in these documents.

ARTICLE 9

Verification of supplier's declarations

1. Subsequent verifications of supplier's declarations or long-term supplier's declarations may be carried out at random or whenever the customs authorities of the country where such declarations have been taken into account to issue a movement certificate EUR.1 or to make out an origin declaration, have reasonable doubts as to the authenticity of the document or the correctness of the information given in this document.

2. For the purposes of implementing the provisions of paragraph 1, the customs authorities of the country referred to in paragraph 1 shall return the supplier's declaration or the long-term supplier's declaration and invoices, delivery notes or other commercial documents concerning goods covered by such declaration, to the customs authorities of the country where the declaration was made out, giving, where appropriate, the reasons of substance or form of the request for verification.

They shall forward, in support of the request for subsequent verification, any documents and information that have been obtained suggesting that the information given in the supplier's declaration or the long-term supplier's declaration is incorrect.

3. The verification shall be carried out by the customs authorities of the country where the supplier's declaration or the long-term supplier's declaration was made out. For this purpose, they shall have the right to call for any evidence and carry out any inspection of the supplier's accounts or any other check which they consider appropriate.

4. The customs authorities requesting the verification shall be informed of the results thereof as soon as possible. These results shall indicate clearly whether the information given in the supplier's declaration or the long-term supplier's declaration is correct and make it possible for them to determine whether and to what extent such declaration could be taken into account for issuing a movement certificate EUR.1 or for making out an origin declaration.

ARTICLE 10

Sanctions

Penalties shall be imposed on any person who draws up, or causes to be drawn up, a document which contains incorrect information for the purpose of obtaining a preferential treatment for products.

ARTICLE 11

Free zones

1. The EFTA States and Tunisia shall take all necessary steps to ensure that products traded under cover of a proof of origin, which in the course of transport use a free zone situated in their territory, are not substituted by other goods and do not undergo handling other than normal operations designed to prevent their deterioration.

2. By way of derogation from paragraph 1, when products originating in an EFTA State or Tunisia are imported into a free zone under cover of a proof of origin and undergo treatment or processing, the authorities concerned shall issue a new movement certificate EUR.1 at the exporter's request, if the treatment or processing undergone complies with the provisions of this Convention.

ANNEX XII

Trade in the framework of the Free Trade Agreement


among the Mediterranean Arab countries (Agadir Agreement)

Products obtained in the countries members to the Free Trade Agreement among the Mediterranean Arab countries (Agadir Agreement) from materials from chapters 1 to 24 of the Harmonised System are excluded from diagonal cumulation with the other Contracting Parties, when trade for these materials is not liberalised in the framework of the free trade agreements concluded between the country of final destination and the country of origin of the materials used for the manufacturing of this product.


ANNEX A

Supplier's declaration for goods which have undergone working or processing


in the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia
without having obtained preferential originating status

The supplier's declaration, the text of which is given below, must be made out in accordance with the footnotes. However, the footnotes do not have to be reproduced.


SUPPLIER'S DECLARATION

for goods which have undergone working or processing in the European Union,


Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia without having obtained preferential originating status

I, the undersigned, supplier of the goods covered by the annexed document, declare that:

1. The following materials which do not originate in the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia have been used in the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia to produce these goods:

Description of the

goods supplied (1)



Description of

non-originating

materials used


Heading of

non-originating

materials used (2)


Value of

non-originating

materials used (2)(3)






































Total



2. All the other materials used in the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia to produce these goods originate in the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia;

3. The following goods have undergone working or processing outside the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia in accordance with Article 11 of Appendix I to the Regional Convention on pan-Euro-Mediterrenan preferential rules of origin and have acquired the following total added value there:

Description of the goods supplied

Total added value acquired outside the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia (4)






















(Place and date)






















(Address and signature of the supplier; in addition the name of
the person signing the declaration has to be indicated in clear script)

(1) When the invoice, delivery note or other commercial document to which the declaration is annexed relates to different kinds of goods, or to goods which do not incorporate non-originating materials to the same extent, the supplier must clearly differentiate them.

Example:


The document relates to different models of electric motor of heading 8501 to be used in the manufacture of washing machines of heading 8450. The nature and value of the non-originating materials used in the manufacture of these motors differ from one model to another. The models must therefore be differentiated in the first column and the indications in the other columns must be provided separately for each of the models to make it possible for the manufacturer of washing machines to make a correct assessment of the originating status of his products depending on which model of electrical motor he uses.

(2) The indications requested in these columns should only be given if they are necessary.

Examples:

The rule for garments of ex Chapter 62 says that non-originating yarn may be used. If a manufacturer of such garments in Algeria uses fabric imported from the European Union which has been obtained there by weaving non-originating yarn, it is sufficient for the European Union supplier to describe in his declaration the non-originating material used as yarn, without it being necessary to indicate the heading and value of such yarn.

A producer of iron of heading 7217 who has produced it from non-originating iron bars should indicate in the second column 'bars of iron'. Where this wire is to be used in the production of a machine, for which the rule contains a limitation for all non-originating materials used to a certain percentage value, it is necessary to indicate in the third column the value of non-originating bars.



(3) 'Value of materials' means the customs value at the time of importation of the non-originating materials used, or, if this is not known and cannot be ascertained, the first ascertainable price paid for the materials in the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia. The exact value for each non-originating material used must be given per unit of the goods specified in the first column.

(4) 'Total added value' shall mean all costs accumulated outside the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia, including the value of all materials added there. The exact total added value acquired outside the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia must be given per unit of the goods specified in the first column.
ANNEX B

Long-term supplier's declaration for goods which have undergone working


or processing in the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia
without having obtained preferential originating status

The long-term supplier's declaration, the text of which is given below, must be made out in accordance with the footnotes. However, the footnotes do not have to be reproduced.


LONG-TERM SUPPLIER'S DECLARATION

for goods which have undergone working or processing in the European Union, Algeria,


Morocco or Tunisia without having obtained preferential originating status

I, the undersigned, supplier of the goods covered by this document, which are regularly supplied to ……………………………………… (1) declare that:

1. The following materials which do not originate in the European Union, Algeria, Morocco, or Tunisia have been used in the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia to produce these goods:

Description of the

goods supplied (2)



Description of

non-originating

materials used


Heading of

non-originating

materials used (3)


Value of

non-originating

materials used (3)(4)






































Total



2. All the other materials used in the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia to produce these goods originate in the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia;

3. The following goods have undergone working or processing outside the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia in accordance with Article 11 of Appendix I to the Regional Convention on pan-Euro-Mediterrenan preferential rules of origin and have acquired the following total added value there:

Description of the goods supplied

Total added value acquired outside the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia (5)



















This declaration is valid for all subsequent consignments of these goods dispatched from………………………………………………………………

to………………………………………………………………....(6)

I undertake to inform…………………………………………….(1) immediately if this declaration is no longer valid.

……………………………………

(Place and date)

……………………………………

……………………………………

……………………………………

(Address and signature of the supplier;

in addition the name of the person signing

the declaration has to be indicated in clear script)

(1) Name and address of the customer

(2) When the invoice, delivery note or other commercial document to which the declaration is annexed relates to different kinds of goods, or to goods which do not incorporate non-originating materials to the same extent, the supplier must clearly differentiate them.

Example:


The document relates to different models of electric motor of heading 8501 to be used in the manufacture of washing machines of heading 8450. The nature and value of the non-originating materials used in the manufacture of these motors differ from one model to another. The models must therefore be differentiated in the first column and the indications in the other columns must be provided separately for each of the models to make it possible for the manufacturer of washing machines to make a correct assessment of the originating status of his products depending on which model of electrical motor he uses.

(3) The indications requested in these columns should only be given if they are necessary.

Examples:

The rule for garments of ex Chapter 62 says that non-originating yarn may be used. If a manufacturer of such garments in Algeria uses fabric imported from the European Union which has been obtained there by weaving non-originating yarn, it is sufficient for the European Union supplier to describe in his declaration the non-originating material used as yarn, without it being necessary to indicate the heading and value of such yarn.

A producer of iron of heading 7217 who has produced it from non-originating iron bars should indicate in the second column 'bars of iron'. Where this wire is to be used in the production of a machine, for which the rule contains a limitation for all non-originating materials used to a certain percentage value, it is necessary to indicate in the third column the value of non-originating bars.



(4) 'Value of materials' means the customs value at the time of importation of the non-originating materials used, or, if this is not known and cannot be ascertained, the first ascertainable price paid for the materials in the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia. The exact value for each non-originating material used must be given per unit of the goods specified in the first column.

(5) 'Total added value' means all costs accumulated outside the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia, including the value of all materials added there. The exact total added value acquired outside the European Union, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia must be given per unit of the goods specified in the first column.

(6) Insert dates. The period of validity of the long term supplier's declaration should not normally exceed 12 months, subject to the conditions laid down by the customs authorities of the country where the long term supplier's declaration is made out.
ANNEX C

Supplier's declaration for goods which have undergone working or processing in


Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey without having obtained preferential originating status

The supplier's declaration, the text of which is given below, must be made out in accordance with the footnotes. However, the footnotes do not have to be reproduced.


SUPPLIER'S DECLARATION

for goods which have undergone working or processing in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey without having obtained preferential originating status

I, the undersigned, supplier of the goods covered by the annexed document, declare that:

1. The following materials which do not originate in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey have been used in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey to produce these goods:



Description of the

goods supplied (1)



Description of

non-originating

materials used


Heading of

non-originating

materials used (2)


Value of

non-originating

materials used (2)(3)






































Total




2. All the other materials used in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey to produce these goods originate in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey;

3. The following goods have undergone working or processing outside Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey in accordance with Article 11 of Appendix I to the Regional Convention on pan Euro-Mediterrenan preferential rules of origin and have acquired the following total added value there:



Description of the goods supplied

Total added value acquired outside,

Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey (4)
























(Place and date)






















(Address and signature of the supplier; in addition the name of
the person signing the declaration has to be indicated in clear script)

(1) When the invoice, delivery note or other commercial document to which the declaration is annexed relates to different kinds of goods, or to goods which do not incorporate non-originating materials to the same extent, the supplier must clearly differentiate them.

Example:


The document relates to different models of electric motor of heading 8501 to be used in the manufacture of washing machines of heading 8450. The nature and value of the non-originating materials used in the manufacture of these motors differ from one model to another. The models must therefore be differentiated in the first column and the indications in the other columns must be provided separately for each of the models to make it possible for the manufacturer of washing machines to make a correct assessment of the originating status of his products depending on which model of electrical motor he uses.

(2) The indications requested in these columns should only be given if they are necessary.

Examples:

The rule for garments of ex Chapter 62 says that non-originating yarn may be used. If a manufacturer of such garments in Tunisia uses fabric imported from Turkey which has been obtained there by weaving non-originating yarn, it is sufficient for Turkey supplier to describe in his declaration the non-originating material used as yarn, without it being necessary to indicate the heading and value of such yarn.

A producer of iron of heading 7217 who has produced it from non-originating iron bars should indicate in the second column 'bars of iron'. Where this wire is to be used in the production of a machine, for which the rule contains a limitation for all non-originating materials used to a certain percentage value, it is necessary to indicate in the third column the value of non-originating bars.



(3) 'Value of materials' means the customs value at the time of importation of the non-originating materials used, or, if this is not known and cannot be ascertained, the first ascertainable price paid for the materials in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey. The exact value for each non-originating material used must be given per unit of the goods specified in the first column.

(4) 'Total added value' means all costs accumulated outside Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey, including the value of all materials added there. The exact total added value acquired outside Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey must be given per unit of the goods specified in the first column.

ANNEX D

Long-term supplier's declaration for goods which have undergone working or processing in


Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey without having obtained preferential originating status

The long-term supplier's declaration, the text of which is given below, must be made out in accordance with the footnotes. However, the footnotes do not have to be reproduced.

LONG-TERM SUPPLIER'S DECLARATION

for goods which have undergone working or processing in Algeria, Morocco,


Tunisia or Turkey without having obtained preferential originating status

I, the undersigned, supplier of the goods covered by this document, which are regularly supplied to ……………………………………… (1) declare that:

1. The following materials which do not originate in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey have been used in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey to produce these goods:

Description of the

goods supplied (2)



Description of

non-originating

materials used


Heading of

non-originating

materials used (3)


Value of

non-originating

materials used (3)(4)






































Total




2. All the other materials used in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey to produce these goods originate in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey;

3. The following goods have undergone working or processing outside Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey in accordance with Article 11 of Appendix I to the Regional Convention on pan Euro-Mediterrenan preferential rules of origin and have acquired the following total added value there:



Description of the goods supplied

Total added value acquired outside

Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey (5)





















This declaration is valid for all subsequent consignments of these goods dispatched from………………………………………………………………

to………………………………………………………………....(6)

I undertake to inform…………………………………………….(1) immediately if this declaration is no longer valid.

……………………………………

(Place and date)

……………………………………

……………………………………

……………………………………

(Address and signature of the supplier;

in addition the name of the person signing

the declaration has to be indicated in clear script)

(1) Name and address of the customer

(2) When the invoice, delivery note or other commercial document to which the declaration is annexed relates to different kinds of goods, or to goods which do not incorporate non-originating materials to the same extent, the supplier must clearly differentiate them.

Example:


The document relates to different models of electric motor of heading 8501 to be used in the manufacture of washing machines of heading 8450. The nature and value of the non-originating materials used in the manufacture of these motors differ from one model to another. The models must therefore be differentiated in the first column and the indications in the other columns must be provided separately for each of the models to make it possible for the manufacturer of washing machines to make a correct assessment of the originating status of his products depending on which model of electrical motor he uses.

(3) The indications requested in these columns should only be given if they are necessary.

Examples:

The rule for garments of ex Chapter 62 says that non-originating yarn may be used. If a manufacturer of such garments in Tunisia uses fabric imported from Turkey which has been obtained there by weaving non-originating yarn, it is sufficient for Turkey supplier to describe in his declaration the non-originating material used as yarn, without it being necessary to indicate the heading and value of such yarn.

A producer of iron of heading 7217 who has produced it from non-originating iron bars should indicate in the second column 'bars of iron'. Where this wire is to be used in the production of a machine, for which the rule contains a limitation for all non-originating materials used to a certain percentage value, it is necessary to indicate in the third column the value of non-originating bars.



(4) Value of materials' means the customs value at the time of importation of the non-originating materials used, or, if this is not known and cannot be ascertained, the first ascertainable price paid for the materials in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey. The exact value for each non-originating material used must be given per unit of the goods specified in the first column.

(5) Total added value' means all costs accumulated outside Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey, including the value of all materials added there. The exact total added value acquired outside Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey must be given per unit of the goods specified in the first column.

(6) Insert dates. The period of validity of the long term supplier's declaration should not normally exceed 12 months, subject to the conditions laid down by the customs authorities of the country where the long term supplier's declaration is made out.

ANNEX E

Supplier's declaration for goods which have undergone working or processing in an EFTA State or Tunisia without having obtained preferential originating status

The supplier's declaration, the text of which is given below, must be made out in accordance with the footnotes. However, the footnotes do not have to be reproduced.

SUPPLIER'S DECLARATION

for goods which have undergone working or processing in an EFTA State
or Tunisia without having obtained preferential originating status

I, the undersigned, supplier of the goods covered by the annexed document, declare that:

1. The following materials which do not originate in an EFTA State or Tunisia have been used in an EFTA State or Tunisia to produce these goods:

Description of the

goods supplied (1)



Description of

non-originating

materials used


Heading of

non-originating

materials used (2)


Value of

non-originating

materials used (2)(3)






































Total




2. All the other materials used in an EFTA State or Tunisia to produce these goods originate in an EFTA State or Tunisia;

3. The following goods have undergone working or processing outside an EFTA State or Tunisia in accordance with Article 11 of Appendix I to the Regional Convention on pan Euro Mediterrenan preferential rules of origin and have acquired the following total added value there:



Description of the goods supplied

Total added value acquired outside an EFTA

State or Tunisia (4)
























(Place and date)






















(Address and signature of the supplier; in addition the name of
the person signing the declaration has to be indicated in clear script)

(1) When the invoice, delivery note or other commercial document to which the declaration is annexed relates to different kinds of goods, or to goods which do not incorporate non-originating materials to the same extent, the supplier must clearly differentiate them.

Example:


The document relates to different models of electric motor of heading 8501 to be used in the manufacture of washing machines of heading 8450. The nature and value of the non-originating materials used in the manufacture of these motors differ from one model to another. The models must therefore be differentiated in the first column and the indications in the other columns must be provided separately for each of the models to make it possible for the manufacturer of washing machines to make a correct assessment of the originating status of his products depending on which model of electrical motor he uses.

(2) The indications requested in these columns should only be given if they are necessary.

Examples:

The rule for garments of ex Chapter 62 says that non-originating yarn may be used. If a manufacturer of such garments in Tunisia uses fabric imported from an EFTA State which has been obtained there by weaving non-originating yarn, it is sufficient for the EFTA State supplier to describe in his declaration the non-originating material used as yarn, without it being necessary to indicate the heading and value of such yarn.

A producer of iron of heading 7217 who has produced it from non-originating iron bars should indicate in the second column 'bars of iron'. Where this wire is to be used in the production of a machine, for which the rule contains a limitation for all non-originating materials used to a certain percentage value, it is necessary to indicate in the third column the value of non-originating bars.



(3) 'Value of materials' means the customs value at the time of importation of the non-originating materials used, or, if this is not known and cannot be ascertained, the first ascertainable price paid for the materials in an EFTA State or Tunisia. The exact value for each non-originating material used must be given per unit of the goods specified in the first column.

(4) ' Total added value' means all costs accumulated outside an EFTA State or Tunisia, including the value of all materials added there. The exact total added value acquired outside an EFTA State or Tunisia must be given per unit of the goods specified in the first column

ANNEX F

Long-term supplier's declaration for goods which have undergone working or processing


in an EFTA State or Tunisia without having obtained preferential originating status

The long-term supplier's declaration, the text of which is given below, must be made out in accordance with the footnotes. However, the footnotes do not have to be reproduced.

LONG-TERM SUPPLIER'S DECLARATION

for goods which have undergone working or processing in an EFTA State


or Tunisia without having obtained preferential originating status

I, the undersigned, supplier of the goods covered by this document, which are regularly supplied to ……………………………………… (1) declare that:

1. The following materials which do not originate in an EFTA State or Tunisia have been used in an EFTA State or Tunisia to produce these goods:

Description of the

goods supplied (2)



Description of

non-originating

materials used


Heading of

non-originating

materials used (3)


Value of

non-originating

materials used (3)(4)






































Total




2. All the other materials used in an EFTA State or Tunisia to produce these goods originate in an EFTA State or Tunisia;

3. The following goods have undergone working or processing outside an EFTA State or Tunisia in accordance with Article 11 of Appendix I to the Regional Convention on pan Euro Mediterrenan preferential rules of origin and have acquired the following total added value there:



Description of the goods supplied

Total added value acquired outside an EFTA

State or Tunisia (5)





















This declaration is valid for all subsequent consignments of these goods dispatched from………………………………………………………………

to………………………………………………………………....(6)

I undertake to inform…………………………………………….(1) immediately if this declaration is no longer valid.

……………………………………

(Place and date)

……………………………………

……………………………………

……………………………………

(Address and signature of the supplier;

in addition the name of the person signing

the declaration has to be indicated in clear script)

(1) Name and address of the customer

(2) When the invoice, delivery note or other commercial document to which the declaration is annexed relates to different kinds of goods, or to goods which do not incorporate non-originating materials to the same extent, the supplier must clearly differentiate them.

Example:


The document relates to different models of electric motor of heading 8501 to be used in the manufacture of washing machines of heading 8450. The nature and value of the non-originating materials used in the manufacture of these motors differ from one model to another. The models must therefore be differentiated in the first column and the indications in the other columns must be provided separately for each of the models to make it possible for the manufacturer of washing machines to make a correct assessment of the originating status of his products depending on which model of electrical motor he uses.

(3) The indications requested in these columns should only be given if they are necessary.

Examples:

The rule for garments of ex Chapter 62 says that non-originating yarn may be used. If a manufacturer of such garments in Tunisia uses fabric imported from an EFTA State which has been obtained there by weaving non-originating yarn, it is sufficient for the EFTA State supplier to describe in his declaration the non-originating material used as yarn, without it being necessary to indicate the heading and value of such yarn.

A producer of iron of heading 7217 who has produced it from non-originating iron bars should indicate in the second column 'bars of iron'. Where this wire is to be used in the production of a machine, for which the rule contains a limitation for all non-originating materials used to a certain percentage value, it is necessary to indicate in the third column the value of non-originating bars.



(4) Value of materials' means the customs value at the time of importation of the non-originating materials used, or, if this is not known and cannot be ascertained, the first ascertainable price paid for the materials in an EFTA State or Tunisia. The exact value for each non-originating material used must be given per unit of the goods specified in the first column.

(5) Total added value' means all costs accumulated outside an EFTA State or Tunisia, including the value of all materials added there. The exact total added value acquired outside an EFTA State or Tunisia must be given per unit of the goods specified in the first column.

(6) Insert dates. The period of validity of the long term supplier's declaration should not normally exceed 12 months, subject to the conditions laid down by the customs authorities of the country where the long term supplier's declaration is made out.
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