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C/O mandatory for textile export categories

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Oct '08
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) recently announced that nine textile and garment product categories, exported to the US, were required to have Certificate of Origin (C/O) license.

This rule will be executed from November 1, 2008, and is expected to end on July 1, 2009.

The categories include 338 (M/B Knit shirts, cotton), 339 (W/G) knit shirts/ blouses, cotton), 340 (M/B cotton shirts, not knit), 341 (W/G cotton, Shirts/ blouses, N-Knit), 345 (cotton, sweaters), 347 (M/B, cotton, trousers/ breeches/ shorts), 348 (W/G cotton trousers/slacks/shorts), 351 (cotton, nightwear) and 352 (cotton, underwear).

The enterprises dealing with the export of these textile and garment products to US market must follow proper procedures, so as to attain C/O.

Vietnamese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) will be responsible for registering for and the issuing of C/Os.

Under this rule, enterprises may be entitled not to include C/O in their export documents, but must submit it within 20 days since the date of making customs declaration.

However, the enterprises must give back issued C/O for categories that were not exported within the time limit.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - Vietnam


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