Video instructions and help with filling out and completing certificate of origin fedex

Instructions and Help about certificate of origin fedex

So what is the problem to businesses for certificates of origin well it's all into three points first of all confusion lack of clarity of the rules and the certification procedures so this implies that businesses simply do not know what they have to comply with and even if they know they do not know how to prove that compliance so the procedures of getting the certificate of origin are sometimes opaque and and difficult for businesses to understand and hence also very costly the second point is predictability now even if you know the rules if you know the procedures it doesn't mean that those rules and procedures I actually apply it so sometimes between theory and practice there's a discrepancy and we see that customs officials are in some countries apply origin requirements that are nowhere stated in the laws or requirements change so the predictability of doing business is obviously very important to firms and certification requirements make it sometimes difficult and the third point is directly about the cost and the time that it takes to certify so in some countries we know procedures are very long and lengthy for example businesses tell us they can have to go to the capital to pick up physically the certificate of origin and if you're located somewhere in a rural area transport connections are not good it can take you three four days to do that just for some one simple certificate and they have to pay fees for that so $50 $60 $100 we hear about so there's direct cost implications of those certifications so for businesses obviously the question as always what is the cost what is the benefit so if you talk about tariff preferences you may get a gain from having that certificate in terms of you pay a lower tax if you're talking about non preferential certificates of origin businesses only have a cost they don't see a benefit and that's why it's such an important subject to discuss in the WTO

FAQ

I’m shipping my product to Canada. How do I fill out a NAFTA Certificate of Origin? Are there other documents to be filled out?
Your shipment may need a NAFTA Certificate of Origin and a Shipper’s Export Declaration. To learn more about export documentation, please visit Export.gov to learn more.The U.S. Commercial Service’s Trade Information Center or the trade specialists at your local Export Assistance Center can also help answer these questions. Call 1-800-USA-TRAD(E) or find your local Export Assistance Center.International Trade Law includes the appropriate rules and customs for handling trade between countries. However, it is also used in legal writings as trade between private sectors, which is not right.This branch of law is now an independent field of study as most governments has become part of the world trade, as members of the World Trade Organization (WTO).Since the transaction between private sectors of different countries is an important part of the WTO activities, this latter branch of law is now a very important part of the academic works and is under study in many universities across the world.
How do you feel about Amazon trying to put UPS and FedEx out of business?
Amazon is UPS and USPS biggest customer. They have increased the business home delivery by leaps and bounds by creating a market for on-line shopping. The problem is that UPS and USPS (don’t know how FedEx fits in) can’t do everything that Amazon customers want, such as offer two-hour delivery on food. Amazon may some day compete with UPS/USPS, but they also compete with all the companies that sell products through their on-line shore, this hasn’t put anyone’s business out-of-business. It has just grown the pie for everyone.
How do you fill out a certificate of authorization for a drone?
We get asked this a lot at Lumoid, and wrote a blog post just for this purpose. Here it is: Understanding the Basics of Drone Rules/Regulations
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