The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania is empowered, by law to issue certificates of origin.
The certificate of origin is a document used in international trade certifying that the goods have been produced in a certain country.

Certificates of origin shall be issued for the export of both direct Romanian and foreign-funded programs at the national level.

Documents required to obtain a certificate of origin:

For the issue of certificates of origin for Romanian export, the exporter will submit a request – form accompanied by the following documents:
• statement of origin;
• the related invoice;
• certificate of registration of the company in The National Trade Register Office;
• letter of credit and/or contract;
• empowerment/delegation;
• other documents attesting the origin: the foreign certificate of origin, customs declaration, technological product sheet etc.
To issue certificates of origin required under programs with external financing, the applicant shall submit an application form accompanied by the following documents:

• statement of origin;
• external invoice;
• certificate of registration of the company in The National Trade Register Office;
• funding contract (concluded between the final beneficiary and the funding agency);
• empowerment/delegation;
• other documents attesting the origin: the foreign certificate of origin, customs declaration, technological product sheet etc.
All the above documents shall be submitted in original or copy (if applicable).
Prices for the issue of certificates of origin (excluding VAT):
• 4.20 lei/form;
• 365,00 lei/set;
• 292,00 lei/set for the release of two or more sets(20% discount)

A set of documents can be made up of:
• the certificate of origin;
• the certificate of origin and other documents for international trade.

Expert advice: 30 lei/30 minutes (excluding VAT).

Incident legislation:
• Law no. 335/2007, with subsequent amendments;
• Reg. (EEC) No. 2913/1992-Community customs code;
• Reg. (EEC) No. 2454/1993 laying down certain provisions for the application of the Community Customs Code;
• Guide for the issue of certificates of origin – Eurochambres, May 2008.

Certificate of origin template

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