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Review on the Operational Certification Procedures (OCP) of ASEAN-China FTA

Please be informed that under the review on the Operational Certification Procedures (OCP) of ASEAN-China FTA, ASEAN and China have agreed on (4) four fundamental features in the new revised OCP to facilitate trade and assist the business communities in their business operation:

  • “Movement Certificate” means an issuance of Certificate Of Origin (CO) by an intermediate ACFTA parties  where the goods pass through to undergo bulk break activities or repackaging of products ;
  • “Third Party Invoicing” means invoice issued by third non-ACFTA parties provided that the product meets the requirements of the ACFTA ROO and must be shipped out from either one of the ASEAN Member States or China;

  • Longer validity period of 1 year from the earlier validity period of 4 months for the CO Form E upon presentation to the Customs authority of the importing Party; and

  • Allows for importing country to undertake Verification visits.

The dates of issuance and acceptance of new Form E , are as follows:-

Countries

Date of Issuance
ACFTA Form E

Date of Receiving
ACFTA Form E

Brunei

1 January 2011

1 January 2011

Cambodia

To be confirmed

To be confirmed

China

1 January 2011

1 January 2011

Indonesia

To be confirmed

To be confirmed

Lao PDR

To be confirmed

To be confirmed

Malaysia

1 January 2011

1 January 2011

Myanmar

To be confirmed

To be confirmed

Philippines

To be confirmed

To be confirmed

Singapore

1 January 2011

1 January 2011

Thailand

1 January 2011

1 January 2011

Vietnam

1 January 2011

1 January 2011

ASEAN and China have agreed on the following transition period:

  • For Parties who are ready to implement the revised OCP by 1 January 2011 , a transition period of 1 January - 28 February 2011 is allowed for the use of both old (using the old OCP) and new (using the revised OCP) CO Forms or Form E. However, during the transition period, old CO Form Es issued will not be able to enjoy the benefit of the revised OCP (e.g. “Movement of Certificate” and “Third Party Invoicing”); and
  • The transition period will not apply for Parties that implement the revised OCP after 1 March 2011.

Exporters are advised to purchase the new ACFTA Form E from Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) to avoid any issues when the dateline arrive.

For further information on the ACFTA, please contact:

MITI Headquarters

Mrs. Jamilah Haji Hassan
Tel : 03 - 6208 4719
Email : jamilah@miti.gov.my  

Mr. Faris Mohd Sameon
Tel : 03 - 6208 4750
Email : faris@miti.gov.my

Counter Service Melaka

Ms Haslina Mahjar
Tel : 06 - 253 0069
Email : haslina.mahjar@miti.gov.my

 

MITI Regional Offices

Johor
Mrs. Sabariah Mohd Sofian
Tel : 07 - 223 5639
Email : sabariah@miti.gov.my

Kelantan
Mr. Azran Deraman
Tel : 09 -747 0179 
Email : azran.deraman@miti.gov.my 

Pahang
Mrs. Amilia Suraya Muhammad Arif
Tel : 09 - 556 1520 
Email : zaiakmal@ miti.gov.my

Penang
Mr. Azmir Musyabri Abdul Mutallib
Tel : 04 - 262 5133 
Email : iqbal@miti.gov.my  

Perak
Mr. Nazrul Izwan Ismail
Tel : 05 - 527 1990 
Email : shuhardi@miti.gov.my   

Sabah
Mr. Peter Brian M Wang
Tel : 088 - 236 758 
Email : azmanpoji@miti.gov.my  

Sarawak
Mr. Griffith Jones Anak Goba  
Tel : 082 - 242 099
Email : griffith.goba@miti.gov.my  

 

 

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Last Updated 2016-05-20 10:43:30 by Azuna Hasbullah atau Abd Rahman

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