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CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN (C/O)

1. Introduction

A Certificate of Origin (C/O) is an official document used to certify the products originated, wholly obtained, produced or manufactured in a country. It is generally an integral part of import documents required by the imported countries. At the time of carrying out the formalities for exporting the products under preferential treatment, the exporter or his authorized representative shall submit a written application for the Certificate of Origin together with appropriate supporting documents proving that the products to be exported qualify for the issuance of a Certificate of Origin. There are two type of Certificate of Origin: Non-Preferential. Preferential

2. Countries Required C/O Cambodia issues various different types of Preferential Tariff Certificate of Origin: ASEAN-Australia- New Zealand: Certificate of Origin form AANZ China: Certificate of Origin form AC India: Certificate of Origin form AI Korea: Certificate of Origin form AK Japan: Certificate of Origin form AJ Vietnam: Certificate of Origin form S General System of Preferences (LDC and LLDC): Certificate of Origin form A Non-Preferential Tariff: Can be issued using Certificate of Origin form N

3. How to apply for C/O The exporters need to apply for C/O at the Export-Import Department, Ministry of Commerce. The procedures of the application for Certificate of Origin could be found in Prakas No. 112 MOC/SM 2013 on Revision of Certificate of Origin Issuance Procedures.

4. Fee of Applying for C/O Generally, the companies that apply for C/O need to pay for Export Management Fee (EMF), Public Service and Administrative Fee. The payment is illustrated as below:

COMPANY REGISTRATION

COMPANYREGISTRATION INTRODUCTION AND BRIEF REGISTRATION PROCEDURES ulting business registries perform a crucial role in a market economy, provided they contain legally valid, reliable and up-to-date information on businesses and function in an efficient manner. In Cambodia, the business registration system has already made significant progress in streamlining and simplifying. A number of burdensome requirements for registration have been removed or made less onerous for registering company.