Guatemala: Guatemalan Customs Allows CAFTA-DR Certificate of Origin Corrections

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On April 26, 2019, Guatemalan Customs began implementation of a policy change allowing for multiple corrections to CAFTA-DR Certificates of Origin (COO). This is a significant policy change from past practice that will help expedite the clearance of imported U.S. products, saving importers tens of thousands of dollars and make the import process more transparent. 

Guatemala: Guatemalan Customs Allows CAFTA-DR Certificate of Origin Corrections

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