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This refers to Indonesia’s Priority Economic Deliverables (PED) under its ASEAN 2023 Chairmanship, particularly the full issuance and acceptance of ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement (ATIGA) Electronic Certificate of Origin Form D (e-Form D) by 2023.
Under this PED, ASEAN Member States (AMS) may only issue and accept e-Form D to claim or grant ATIGA tariff preference. Paper-based Certificates of Origin (CO) Form D may only be used in case of system downtime in the National Single Window (NSW) or the ASEAN Single Window (ASW).
The Bureau of Customs (BOC) confirmed that the Philippines is ready to issue and accept e-Form D by December 2023. This will be implemented using the BOC's backup system.
Following this, the DTI-Export Marketing Bureau strongly advises Philippine businesses, that are exporting to ASEAN using ATIGA, to use either the e-Form D or the ASEAN-wide Self-certification Scheme. This is to avoid rejection of claims for preferential treatment submitted using the paper-based CO Form D.
For questions and clarifications, you may contact the DTI Export Marketing Bureau, Market Innovation Division at email@example.com.