A document required by the authorities in an importing country to prove the origin of the goods. Other pre-requisites include: C/O application, Business Registration Certificate, and tax identification number.
It is the document that describes the minimum requirements of goods, such as Quantity, Net and gross weight, Dimensions of shipment, delivery
It is an official acknowledge of the booking for the transportation. It is a pre-requisite document for the COO application and the Customs
The Letter of Credit is the payment guarantee for goods provided by the clients. It is a pre-requisite document for the Customs Declaration
Product Specifications of the manufacturer relating to principle quality and safety standards of the food issued by the manufacturer or an independent testing agency of the country of origin or competent testing agencies in Vietnam
The application form for the request of Certificate of Origin.
Agricultural products, products derived from natural resources, or manufactured products are exempted from the payment of Customs duties. However, export duty is payable on certain types of products. The tariff applicable to these products is listed under the relevant HS Commodity classification.
Some goods are subject to Sanitary and Phytosanitary measures (SPS measures). You may need to get a permit from the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. Lao PDR has established an SPS Enquiry Point as required by the WTO SPS Agreement. You can contact the SPS Enquiry Point if you have any questions regarding Sanitary and Phytosanitary requirements.
Before exporting goods from Lao PDR you should ensure that they do not fall into the category of prohibited goods. Prohibited goods cannot be imported, exported, transited, sold or circulated in Laos.