(a) in accordance with the usual business practices in the exporting party`s domestic market; and (c) the reduction or abolition of a tariff under the trade agreement is a cause that contributes significantly to the increase in imports (but must not be equal to or greater than any other cause), and such an increase in imports alone constitutes a significant cause of serious harm to domestic industry. (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); (b) increasing the tariff on goods to a level that does not exceed the most favoured nation`s duty rate (MFN) in effect at the time of the measure; and that the Most Favoured Nation (MPF) applied the right to the object in question on the day immediately preceding the start date of the investigation period, or (i) to examine the existence of serious harm or risk of serious harm to the domestic industry sector as a result of the increase in imports of original products in absolute terms, as a result of the reduction or removal of a tariff; (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 (3) The parties are free to use the method of calculating the content of the AIFTA, whether it is the direct or indirect method, and the verification of the AIFTA content by the importing party is done on the basis of the method used by the exporting party. (3) This rule establishes that the original item is imported as a result of the reduction or removal of a duty under the trade agreement, where that reduction or elimination is a cause that contributes significantly to the increase in imports, but which must not be equal or superior to any other cause. If there is evidence that the increase in imports is not related to such a reduction or elimination, this finding is not established. Upon receipt of the Director General`s recommendation, the central government may appropriately amend the notification in accordance with Section 25, paragraph 1 of the Customs Act- 1962, in order to implement the provisions of the trade agreement for the inflamed product under the final conclusions, in order to avoid or correct serious damage and facilitate a positive adjustment : (ii) the written notification referred to in point (i) is as complete as possible and includes: v) the broadcaster receiving the notification may postpone the planned review visit and notify the importing party of this intention within a fortnight 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. (i) any exporter or manufacturer of the Republic of Singapore or importer of the object subject to inspection to take safeguard measures, or any trade or trade association the majority of which is a manufacturer, exporter or importer of such an item, or b) for any similar exposure, fair or exhibition or exhibition at the place where the products remain under customs control during these events.