Does GSP certificate of origin issues after shipment? Export Inspection Agency issues GSP (generalized system of preference) after shipment also subjected to terms and conditions. If you have already shipped goods and your buyer insists the said document, you can approach export inspection agency and follow certain documentation procedures and obtain GSP. However export inspection agency issues certificate of origin (GSP) by mentioning “issued retrospectively” on the certificate.
However, the word ‘issued retroactively’ is mentioned by some of the agencies which also means the same. Both ‘issued retrospectively’ and ‘ issued retroactively’ are the same words used in certificate of origin, if issued after the date of shipment. Here the date of issue of certificate of origin will be after the date of Bill of Lading.
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