4) the importer of the products subject to verification; 4. the scope or purpose of the proposed inspection visit, including the reference to the goods under investigation; and (b) the importing party conducting the audit visit provides a written statement to the manufacturer/exporter whose products are subject to the appropriate control and issuing authority to determine whether these products are considered originating. (a) in accordance with the usual business practices in the exporting party`s domestic market; and (iv) the description, quantity and weight of the goods, the marks and numbers on the packaging, and the number and type of packaging, as shown, correspond to the products to be exported. 5.DESCRIPTION OF THE GOODS: The description of the goods must be sufficiently detailed for the goods to be identified by the customs officers who examine them. The manufacturer`s name must also be indicated. (baggage, handbags and flats outdoors mainly in textile materials) narrow woven fabrics, excluding items from No. 58.07; narrow fabrics, made of kett without a shot, assembled with a glue (bolducs). 2.CONDITIONS: To benefit from a preferential tariff under the AIFTA, “CIF” means the value of imported goods, transport and insurance costs to the port or place of import in the country of import; When a product is found to originate from a party, indirect materials, such as electricity and fuels, facilities and equipment, or machinery and tools used to obtain these products, are treated as materials of origin, whether or not they come from a non-party party, and its value is the cost that is covered by the accounting documents of the manufacturer of the exported goods. (iii) If there is a reasonable doubt as to the authenticity or accuracy of the document, the importing party`s customs authority may suspend preferential tariff treatment until the result of the audit is pre-eminent. It may, however, subject to administrative measures deemed necessary, release the goods to the importer, provided that they are not subject to an import ban or restriction and that there is no presumption of fraud; and vi) the product remains under customs control of the intermediary, including its free trade zones and customs zones authorized by customs.