Details on Hong Kong Origin Rules
Hong Kong origin rules are classified into two categories, namely non-preferential origin rules and preferential origin rules.
Non-preferential Origin Rules
Non-preferential origin rules are used to establish the origin of Hong Kong exports in order to meet the requirements of overseas importing authorities.
Preferential Origin Rules
Preferential origin rules are established under the Free Trade Agreements signed by Hong Kong and certain trading partners. Hong Kong-origin exports to these places can enjoy tariff preferences only if they meet the specified origin rules.
- Mainland and Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA)
- Hong Kong, China - New Zealand Closer Economic Partnership Agreement
- Free Trade Agreement between Hong Kong, China and the Member States of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA)
- Free Trade Agreement between Hong Kong, China and Chile
- Hong Kong, China - Georgia Free Trade Agreement
- ASEAN - Hong Kong, China Free Trade Agreement
- Free Trade Agreement between Hong Kong, China and Australia