EUR1 Movement Certificate
EUR1 movement certificate is an origin confirming document which
enables importers to attain tariff preference in the country of
importation which have trade agreements with the EU; on the
presentation of a valid EUR1 certificate to customs authorities
in the importing country the importer receives the benefits and
pays lower or nil import duty.
The exporter or manufacturer must have valid proof before
declaring the preferential origin status of the goods. All
declarations must be accurate. By making a false declaration in
respect of preferential origin or failing to comply with legal
provisions, the declarant could be liable for penalties.
The UK exporters shall comply with the guide lines provided in
HMRC Notice 827,828 and 832 for making preferential origin
declarations of goods.
The preference-giving countries:
Turkey (agricultural and coal and steel products only all
other products are covered by Customs Union arrangements
between the EU and Turkey)
West Bank Gaza
While the following countries do not give preference,
the products originating in the EU in accordance with
preferential rules of origin can be exported to them under Donor
Country content arrangements - see paragraph 9.6 of HMRC Notice
Kosovo and Moldova
Some of the African, Caribbean and Pacific States (ACP), and
Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT) details of which
may be obtained from the Department for Business Innovation
& Skills (BIS). A full list of these countries is available
in Volume 1 Part 7 of the Tariff.
For GSP (Generalised System of Preferences) Countries
see Notice 826 and 830 for further details.