An Assessment of Rules of Origin in RCEP and ASEAN+1 Free Trade Agreements
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This report analyzes how to detangle and simplify the complex product-specific rules of origin (PSRO) in free trade agreements in Asia and the Pacific and explores how PSRO convergence can cut red tape and reduce inefficiencies impacting trade.
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It compares the leniency and stringency of PSROs under the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) in terms of manufacturing requirements with those contained in ASEAN+1 free trade agreements. Assessing how companies could benefit from an actionable document showing convergence and leniency, it examines how RCEP can boost intra-regional trade with more with business friendly PSROs and operational certification procedures.
- Features of RCEP Rules of Origin and ASEAN+1 Free Trade Agreements
- Form of Product-Specific Rules of Origin in RCEP and ASEAN+1 Free Trade Agreements
- Methodology for Assessing Stringency and Leniency of Product-Specific Rules of Origin
- Methodology for Coding Product-Specific Rules of Origin
- Proof of Origin in ASEAN+1 Free Trade Agreements and RCEP
- Conclusion and Recommendations