What is a Certificate of Origin (CoO)?
Just like the name implies, it's a certificate that declares where the export shipment was manufactured.
Here's an example of a Certificate of Origin:
Why do you need a Certificate of Origin (CoO)?
When should you submit your Certificate of Origin (CoO)?
What are the benefits of having a Certificate of Origin (CoO)?
1. Tax Deduction . It saves you money on duties in case there are any trade agreements between the importing and the exporting countries.
2 . It Provides Protection . CoO can act as a proof in case of any Customs audits.
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