Certificates of origin

What is the certificate of origin?

Certificates of origin are documents issued by the chambers of commerce of the exporting countries, and serve to prove that the outbound goods originate from the nation of origin.

 

The Ministry of the Economy determines it as the document proving that the exported goods originate from a particular country.

The certificate of origin formats are established in each of the Free Trade Agreements and the International Trade Agreements signed by Mexico, i.e. there is no single format applicable to all Trade Treaties or Agreements International reference.

Certificates of origin in Mexico

 

In Mexico, there is a certificate of origin that is only used to demonstrate that the products it manufactures were manufactured in Mexico and not to obtain reductions in import taxes in the destination markets. These certificates are issued for exports to countries with which our country does not have an International Trade Treaty or Agreement (It is a benefit that helps to obtain a reduction of up to 100% of the import taxes payable).

 

Who and how can it be obtained?

 

Only exporters who have authorized a Product Registry can obtain it. The certificate of origin formats are established in each of the Free Trade Agreements and in the International Trade Agreements signed by Mexico, i.e. there is no single format applicable to all Trade Treaties or Agreements International reference.

This procedure can be managed directly with the Ministry of the Economy

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