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China Announces Required Procedures for Self-Printing Certificates of Origin

In order to further lower commercial customs clearance fees, the General Administration of Customs (GAC) has launched a self-service Certificate of Origin (CO) pilot printing programme in Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Guangdong and Chongqing. In line with this, the CO  applicant (or their appointed agent) may print out the required document via the China International Trade Single Window (www.singlewindow.cn) or the Internet+Customs integrated online service platform  (online.customs.gov.cn). Prior to printing out the required CO, the applicant must first upload the company’s electronic chop and the handler’s electronic signature.

Among the certificates cleared for self-service printing are the following:

  • China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA) CO
  • China-New Zealand FTA CO
  • China-Pakistan FTA CO
  • China-Chile FTA CO
  • China-Switzerland FTA CO
  • China-Iceland FTA CO
  • China-Georgia FTA CO
  • China-Singapore FTA CO
  • China-Korea FTA CO
  • Cross-Straits Economic Co-operation Framework Agreement CO
  • Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement CO (for exports to South Korea)
  • Non-Preferential CO
  • Tobacco Authenticity Certificate
  • Re-Export Certificate
  • Processing and Assembly Certificate

Full details of the required procedures may be downloaded via the China International Trade Single Window.

For further details (in Chinese), please access the following link:

GAC Announcement No. 49 [2019] on the Pilot Reform for Printing Out Certificates of Origin

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