Turkey's Ministry of Customs and Trade has included the
"D-8 Certificate of Origin" in the Customs General
Communiqué (International Treaties) Serial No: 8, which
regulates principles and procedures for recording and searching
electronic certificates of origin in Turkey. The D-8 Organization
for Economic Cooperation is an organization for development
cooperation among the following countries: Bangladesh, Egypt,
Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Turkey.
The D-8 Certificate of Origin is primarily regulated under the
"Regulation on Determining the Preferential Origin of Goods
within the scope of Preferential Trade Agreement among the D8
Countries". Under the amendments, the D-8 Certificate of
Origin will be recorded at the Customs Central Information System
electronically and may be confirmed online by the importing
country's authorities as per the Customs General
Communiqué (International Treaties) Serial No: 8.
The D-8 Organization for Economic Cooperation's objectives
are to improve member states' position in the global economy,
diversify and create new opportunities in trade relations, enhance
participation in decision-making at international level, and
improve standards of living.
The communiqué of the Ministry of Customs and Trade is
published in the Official Gazette date 3 September 2016 number
Please see this link for the full text of the
Communiqué (only available in Turkish).
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