The EUR.1 movement certificate (also known as EUR.1 certificate, or EUR.1) is a form used in international commodity traffic. The EUR.1 is most importantly recognized as a certificate of origin in the external trade in legal sense, especially within the framework of several bi- and multilateral agreements of the Pan-European preference system (the European Union Association Agreement)
The EUR.1 is used to certify the origin of a product, and if applicable, benefit from favorable trade terms (tariffs mainly) under a preferential trade policy of the EU.
A EUR-MED is a certificate that can be used to move goods between countries of the Pan-Euro-Mediterranean cumulation. When exporting goods to a Pan-Euro-Med country, you don't have to pay customs duty, or you pay a discounted rate when the goods are imported.
Countries Where the EUR.1/EUR-MED Movement Certificate is Made
Countries Covered by PAAMK Convention
AB (For Unprocessed Agricultural and ECSC Products)
PAAMK >Countries that are Parties to the Regional Convention
EFTA (Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway)
Western Balkans Countries of Cumulation Scope
EUR.1 Issued Countries According to Other FTA Agreements
Note: EUR.1 or EUR.MED can be arranged for exports to EU (For Unprocessed Agricultural and ECSC Products) Morocco, Israel, Egypt, Tunisia, EFTA (Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway). For other countries listed above only EUR.1