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Imports: EU-Madagascar agreement amended as of 01/01/2023

Date de publication

15 December 2022

Conteneur maritime Madagascar

As of 1 January 2023, under the Economic Partnership Agreement signed with the EU and the Eastern and Southern African States (ESA), Madagascar will abandon EUR.1 and approved exporter status and switch to a preferential declaration of origin issued on a commercial document and drawn up by :

  • an exporter registered in the REX/Registered Exporters database, or
  • any exporter for any consignment where the total value of the originating products does not exceed €6,000.

 

As of 1 January 2023, EUR.1 movement certificates issued by Madagascar and invoice declarations made out by approved exporters will no longer be accepted.

 

  • As a reminder, EU exports to the AFOA countries (Seychelles, Zimbabwe, Mauritius, Madagascar and Comoros) are already covered by :
    the declaration of origin on a commercial document, drawn up by a Registered Exporter in the REX database,
  • or by any exporter for any consignment where the value of the originating products does not exceed €6,000.

    For further information, please consult the European Commission’s website.

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