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Certificate of origin

The certificate of origin is a document that certifies the country of origin of a product. The certificate of origin is used to prove the origin of goods to customs authorities and to meet the requirements of trade agreements and regulations. It is usually issued by a government agency, a trade association, or a chamber of commerce and it contains information such as the name and address of the manufacturer, the type of product, and the country of origin.