Products of Indian origin exported under the ISFTA to Sri Lanka are currently duty-free, with the exception of 1,180 TL products that are included in the Netherlands under the ISFTA. Products of Sri Lankan origin exported to India are currently duty-free, with the exception of the following categories of pl. you visit India`s following website for ISFTA tariff concessions and other Indian customs information: www.indiantradeportal.in/index.jsp (i) transit is justified for geographical reasons or by considerations exclusively related to transport requirements. (ii) products are not marketed or consumed; and (iii) the products have not undergone any operation other than unloading and transloading or an operation necessary to keep them in good condition. Sri Lanka`s trade relations with India marked a historic milestone when the India-Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement (ISFTA) was signed on 28 December 1998 as Sri Lanka`s first bilateral free trade agreement. The ISFTA came into force on March 1, 2000. The ISFTA is now fully implemented, with both parties fulfilling their progressive obligations under the Tariff Liberalisation Programme (TLP), as explained below. (a) are a description of products eligible for concessions in the destination country under this agreement; 3. Both parties will cooperate fully, in accordance with their legislation and national procedures in the event of alleged circumvention or circumvention of the agreement, to resolve problems arising from circumvention, including facilitating joint factory visits and contacts between representatives of both parties, on request and on a case-by-case basis. ……………………………………………..
«factory ship»: any vessel defined for the processing and/or manufacture of on-board goods solely from Rule 6 f products). Explanation. — the accumulation, under the sign of Rule 8, means that only goods of origin in the territory of one of the contracting parties can be taken into account when they are used as inputs for a finished product that can benefit from a preferential concession on the territory of the other party. Products obtained or retained must be covered in item (a) of Box 8. When determining the origin of the products, the packaging as a whole should be considered with the product it contains. However, packaging can be treated separately when required by national law. 1. The parties will do their best to indicate the origin of the inputs in the certificate of origin.