Mandatory electronic filing of Non-Preferential Certificate of Origin (CoO) extended to 31st October, 2021

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Mandatory electronic filing of Non-Preferential Certificate of Origin DGFT Notification

Trade Notice No. 19/2021-2022 Dated October 1st, 2021

The DGFT has issued trade notice to extend the mandatory electronic filing of Non-Preferential Certificate of Origin (CoO) till 31st October, 2021. The electronic platform for Certificate of Origin (CoO) was made live for issuing preferential certificates and it has been expanded to facilitate electronic application for Non-Preferential Certificates of Origin as well. However, several representations and requests are made certain by Chambers/Associations to extend manual/paper-based submission. Therefore, the option of submission and issuance of CoO (Non-Preferential) by the issuing agencies through their paper-based systems will continue further up to 31st October, 2021.

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