(c) a false certification of an exporter or producer on its territory that a commodity to be exported to the territory of the other contracting party is subject to sanctions equivalent to those applicable to an importer on the territory of the exporting party who makes a misrepresentation or misrepresentation in relation to an import, accompanied by appropriate modifications. 3. Each party ensures, as far as possible, that its authorities and agencies involved in border and other border and import controls cooperate and coordinate their activities to facilitate trade, including by bringing import and export requirements closer and documentation and by defining a single place for single documentation and physical verification of shipments. (14) The contracting party conducting a review provides the exporter or producer whose products are the subject of the audit with a written statement from the exporter or the legal basis for the finding of the goods. 2. The parties cooperate in the express and efficient provision of goods. To this end, the contracting parties should take into account all trade certificates in the supply chain that are related to the export portion. 17. If the audit carried out by a contracting party reveals a pattern of conduct of an exporter or producer of false or unsurnance statements that a commodity imported into its territory is considered originating, the contracting party may refuse preferential tariff treatment for identical goods exported or manufactured by that person until that person finds compliance with Chapter 3 (Rules of Origin) in accordance with the contracting party`s domestic law. FTA/declaration certificates are optional. You can continue to ship products to FTA partner countries without benefiting from the FREI preference. However, if the importer is considering the ESTV preference, you must provide the information to the buyer in the form of CO or a return.
(b) whether a commodity that has been returned to the territory of the other party for repair or modification after a temporary export is eligible for duty-free treatment under Article 205 (domestic processing and market access for goods – goods re-inducted after repair or modification); (e) the development of effective communication mechanisms with trade and industry; (b) the procedures are based on all international trade instruments or standards on which the parties have agreed; (iii) the practices and procedures implemented by one of the parties that could affect the exchanges between the parties; Colombia TPA Text: The full text of the agreement.