What is a Certificate of Free Sale?

Certificate of a Free Sale is a document confirming that some products (food and cosmetic, medical supplies and equipment) meet all the standards of the country to which they are exported and are sold by the manufacturer on the domestic market.

Which countries require a Certificate of Free Sale?

Developing countries demand the Certificate of Free Sale most of all. Mainly, among them are the countries of Southeast Asia, South America, Africa and the Arab world. It should be noted that the number of countries requiring this certificate for imported products is growing every year.

What is required for obtaining a Certificate of Free Sale?

An exporter should send the payment, the necessary documents required for the issuance of the Certificate of Free Sale (food safety certificate, veterinary / phytosanitary certificate, certificate of conformity, registration certificate, and documents confirming the sale of goods within the country), and a completed application for obtaining the certificate to the Center for Analysis of Economic Reforms and Communication of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Within 3 (three) - 14 (fourteen) business days after receiving the application, the confirmed Certificate of Free Sale is sent online and delivered to the exporter's physical address specified in the application.

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What is the fee required for obtaining a Certificate of Free Sale?

A fee for obtaining a Certificate of Free Sale is 20 manats. When receiving a Certificate of Free Sale for sending the same product to more than one country, a payment of 5 manats is required for every second and subsequent additional certificates.

How long is the Certificate of Free Sale valid?

A Certificate of Free Sale is valid for one year from the date of receipt. To confirm the authenticity and validity of the Certificate, the following link should be used: www.dth.az/check