After India became an ASEAN sectoral dialogue partner in 1992, India recorded an increase in its trade with ASEAN compared to its trade with the rest of the world. Between 1993 and 2003, bilateral trade between ASEAN and India increased from $2.9 billion in 1993 to $12.1 billion in 2003, at an annual rate of 11.2 per cent. [7] Much of India`s trade with ASEAN is destined for Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, with which India has strong economic relations. [6] (iii) In case of reasonable doubt as to the authenticity or accuracy of the document, the customs authority may suspend the granting of preferential tariff treatment to the importing Party, pending the outcome of the review. However, it may, subject to such administrative measures as may be deemed necessary, submit the goods to the importer, provided that they are not subject to an import ban or restriction and that there is no presumption of fraud; and ASEAN-India trade grew by more than 22% per year between 2005 and 2011. Trade between India and ASEAN increased by more than 37 per cent in 1964-2002 to $79 billion, more than the target of $70 billion set in 2009. [8] 1.Contracting Parties accepting this form for the purposes of preferential tariff treatment under the ASEAN-INDIA Free Trade Agreement (AIFTA): 3. The Parties are free to apply the AINNA content calculation method, whether direct or indirect, and any review of the AINNA content by the importing Party shall be carried out on the basis of the method used by the exporting Party. . . .