(ii) products are not marketed or consumed; and 5.DESCRIPTION OF THE WARES: 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. 3. The parties are free to use the method of calculating the AIFTA content, whether it is the direct or indirect method, and the contents of the AIFTA by the importing party are verified on the basis of the method used by the exporting party. (i) the importing party communicates in writing its intention to carry out the verification visit simultaneously through the competent authority, and (vi) the product remains subject to customs control of the intermediate party, including its free trade areas and customs areas authorized by customs. The product must not be marketed or consumed in the middle part; The ASEAN-India Agreement on Trade in Goods (TIG) was signed on 13 August 2009 at the 7th ASEAN Economic Ministers` Conference (AEM) – India in Bangkok, Thailand. The agreement entered into force on 1 January 2010 for India and some ASEAN member states. The entry into force of the agreement by other ASEAN and India member states will be the date on which ASEAN and India will be ready to implement it. For Brunei Darussalam, the implementation date for the Goods Trade Agreement was June 1, 2010. v) the issuing authority receiving the notification may postpone the planned verification visit and notify the importing party of this intention within 15 days of receiving the notification. Notwithstanding any postponement, any audit visit is conducted within 60 days of receipt or for a longer period of time, as the parties may agree. (a) measures to ensure the preservation of products in good condition during transport and storage (e.B. drying, freezing, solemning, ventilation, stalling, refrigeration, salting, sulphur dioxide or other watery solutions, removal of damaged parts and similar operations); (iv) within thirty days of receiving the statement referred to in point (i), the notifying party may refuse preferential tariff treatment to the products mentioned in the AIFTA certificate of origin that would have been the subject of the audit visit; and one.