Eur 1 Agreement Countries

9 04 2021

The following countries participate in trade agreements using EUR.1: the preference system applies only to countries where certain trade agreements with the EU exist. These countries are listed below: DEZIEN No. 1/99 OF THE CE-ANDORRE COMMON ENGAGEMENT of 6 May 1999 amending the annex of the agreement in the form of an exchange of letters between the European Economic Community and the Principality of Andorra (1999/482)/CE) in view of the agreement in the form of an exchange of letters between the European Economic Community and the Principality of Andorra (1), including Articles 11 and 17, paragraph 8, of the agreement, in accordance with Article 11 of the agreement, the annex contains the rules of origin and methods of administrative cooperation applicable to imports into the Community of products under Chapters 1 to 24 of the harmonized system originating in the Principality of Andorra; The above rules of origin have proved insufficient for trade relations between the Community and the Principality of Andorra. It is indeed necessary to request regular exemptions from these rules. In order to ensure exchange, it seems appropriate to set up a system of accumulation between that country and the Community. In order to harmonize the rules of origin already in force between the Community and its partners, the Same rules of origin must be applied in the Community`s relations with Andorra as between the EFTA countries and the Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries. However, in terms of accumulation, these rules should be limited to bilateral accumulation. The annex of the agreement must therefore be changed obstinately. Considering that it is appropriate that the proper functioning of the agreement contained all the provisions in one text, in order to facilitate the work of users and customs administrations; In accordance with Article 17, paragraph 8 of the agreement, the Joint Committee may amend the provisions of the schedule in accordance with Article 11 of the agreement. HAS ENTSCHLOSSEN AS FOLLOWS:Article 1The annex of the agreement is replaced by the attached text, accompanied by the corresponding joint declaration. Article 2The decision comes into force on 1 July 1999. Agreement amended by the 1994 Accession Act.Annex on the definition of “native products” and the methods of the TABLE for administrative cooperation of litigation>TABELLE>TITAUX I PROVISIONS GENERALESArticle 1 Definitions1.

For the application of Article 11, paragraph 1 of the agreement, this appendix defines the definition of “native products” and methods of administrative cooperation 2. For the purposes of this annex:a) “manufacturing”: any type of manufacturing or processing, including assembly or specific operations;b) “material”: any ingredient, raw material, component or element, etc., used in the manufacture of the product; c) “product”: the product obtained; even if it is intended for later use in another production facility; (d) “goods,” both materials and products; (e) “customs value”: the value determined under the 1994 agreement on the implementation of Article VII of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (WTO agreement on customs assessment ;() fixed value, which is paid “from the factory price” to the Manufacturer of the Community or Andorra in the company from which the last work is carried out. if the price includes the value of all materials implemented, reduced internal taxes that can be repaid or repaid on the export of the product delivered;g) “value of materials”: the customs value at the time of importation of the non-original materials used; either, if this is not known and it is not possible to determine it, the first identifiable price paid for materials in the Community or Andorra;h) “value of the original products”: the value of these materials referred to in point g) mutatis mutandis; (i) “value added,” the factory starting price decreased from the customs value of each of the goods manufactured in the country where these products were manufactured; (j) “chapters” and “positions,” chapters and positions (four-digit codes) used in the nomenclature, which consists of the harmonized system of description and coding of goods. “classifications” in this appendix as the “harmonized system” or “harmonized system”