20. If a participant`s customs administration establishes, on the basis of an original control: that the products under review are not considered to be products of origin, the written provision in Article 4.6.10 of the agreement contains a written declaration of intent denying preferential tariff treatment for these products, indicating the date on which preferential treatment is denied and on which the exporter or manufacturer of the products may submit written submissions or additional information about that destination, which are taken into account prior to the review. C The product is entirely manufactured on the territory of one or both contracting parties and meets the specific rule of origin defined in Schedule 3-A (Product Specific Rules), which applies to its tariff classification. The rule may include a change in the tariff classification or a change in the tariff classification plus a value test. The property must also meet all other applicable chapter 3 requirements (rules of origin). (Reference: Article 3.1 b) 25. Participants understand that, to verify the origin of a commodity, a participant`s customs administration may require the importer to voluntarily request and provide written information that the exporter or manufacturer of the product voluntarily makes available to the other participant`s territory, provided that the importer`s omission or refusal to receive and disclose this information is not considered to be an omission by the exporter or producer to provide the information or as a reason for the refusal of treatment. (3) Where the application for a preliminary decision involves the application of a rule of origin that requires an assessment of the issue, if the materials used in the manufacture of the products are subject to a change in the applicable tariff classification, when an importer makes a corrected declaration of origin and pays the customs duties due in accordance with Article 4.2.1, (e) of the agreement, a participant will not impose sanctions under Article 4.2.2 (b) of the agreement if the Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement (CKFTA) is implemented on January 1, 2015. With the exception of some agricultural products, the CKA will essentially eliminate tariffs on all imports from Korea, either immediately after the implementation of the agreement or through an exit from tariffs. Case 10: indication of the name of the country of origin (“CA” for all goods exported to Korea; “KR” for all original goods exported to Canada. 1. Information on CKFTA and the text of the agreement is available on the Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada website.
international.gc.ca/trade-commerce/trade-agreements-accords-commerciaux/agr-acc/korea-coree/index.aspx?lang=eng The CKFTA`s E-Commerce Chapter aims to facilitate e-commerce between Canada and South Korea.