The Australia-Chile Free Trade Agreement (ACl-FTA) entered into force on 6 March 2009. Under the ACl-FTA, goods qualifying as Chilean originating goods by meeting the requirements of the ACl-FTA Rules of Origin, may enter Australia at preferential rates of duty. The same Rules of Origin apply for Australian originating goods entering Chile.
More information on the ACl-FTA is available via the following links.
Australian Customs Notices
Practice Statement and Associated Documents
Claiming preference under the Integrated Cargo System (ICS)
Integrated Cargo System - claiming preferential rates
When claiming preferential tariff rates under the Australia - Chile Free Trade Agreement the following apply:
Preference Scheme Type
|Type || Description of Preference Scheme|| Scheme Abbreviation|
| CL|| Australia - Chile Free Trade Agreement || ACl-FTA |
Preference Rule Types
|Scheme || Description of Preference Arrangement|
|POM|| Produced entirely from originating materials |
|PS|| Product specific rules |
|WO|| Wholly obtained goods |