I confirm that the products described in this document are considered original products and that the information contained in this document is accurate and accurate. I take responsibility for the proof of these statements and I agree to maintain and submit this certification upon request or to make it available during an inspection visit. To benefit from preferential tariff treatment, the exporter, manufacturer or importer of the goods must be submitted to the exporter, manufacturer or importer of a data set called "certificate origin" by adding the information to a document accompanying the batch (for example. B commercial invoice) or, if necessary, submitting it in a separate document. Data elements should not comply with a prescribed format, but must contain the minimum data elements shown below. In addition, imported goods must be originated and exported from a country ratified by the CPTPP. Note: The certificate of origin must be signed and dated by the certifier and must be accompanied by the following statement: The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) is a free trade agreement between Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, New Zealand, Singapore and Vietnam. The agreement was signed on March 8, 2018 in Santiago, Chile. Under the CPTPP, tariffs on almost all imports between participating countries are immediately abolished or reduced. Tariffs on some agricultural products and others are removed or reduced by an agreed-upon tariff expiry period. For more details on the timetable for the abolition of tariffs for each country, see the consolidated text of the CPTPP agreement.
On request, the Department reviews in writing whether the borrowing of goods is TPP-11, which, for the use of the CPTPP B659 Preferred Form – Application for origin advice calls for the comprehensive and progressive agreement for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), new opportunities for Canadians to do business with the Asia-Pacific region by removing tariffs and granting preferential access to markets such as Japan and Vietnam. To qualify for preferential tariff treatment under the CPTPP, an importer must have a certificate of origin certifying that the products comply with the rules of origin. Unlike some of Canada`s previous trade agreements, the CPTPP does not have a mandatory format for the original certification. A certificate of origin for the CPTPP may be presented on an invoice or other document (printed or electronic), but must contain a series of minimum data requirements in accordance with Schedule 3 B of Chapter 3 of the agreement.