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LIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF eFORM D ATIGA VIA ASEAN SINGLE WINDOW PLATFORM (ASW) BY MALAYSIA

Please be informed that effective 1st Jan 2018, Malaysia will implement Live Operation of eForm D ATIGA via ASW platform. Exporters are encouraged to utilize the e-Form D ATIGA when claiming exemption of import duty under ATIGA scheme for purpose of exportation to Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

Hardcopy of FORM D is still allowed, only if necessary, else e-Form D ATIGA shall be utilized. In the event of e-Form D ATIGA is fully mandated, Ministry of International Trade and Industry shall announce accordingly.

Please refer to the attached letter from Ministry of International Trade and Industry.

Surat Pemakluman Pelaksanaan ASW Fasa Live Operation

 

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