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EXPORT READINESS AND IMPORT BENEFITS We would like to take this opportunity to inform you that M/s Exim Consultants has organized a seminar on “Export Readiness and Import Benefits” on March 24, 2018.We have invited distinguished speakers engaged in this domain to participate in the seminar. We would...

Documentation is key   SMEs opting for import licences need to have proper documentation procedures to redeem bank guarantee and bond upon the discharge of export obligation The Foreign Trade Policy 2004-09 provides for concessional import of capital goods under Export Promotion Capital Goods Scheme (EPCG) and duty...

Customs (Import) Valuation rules 2007   Goods are assessed to duty based on the value as prevailing at the time of imports.  Of course, in some cases, rate of duty is fixed on the basis of quantity.  Customs Valuation Rules 2007 succeeds Rules 1988.  These rules together...

Skilling the Youth- A case for active involvement of Chambers of Commerce Skill India is an initiative by the Government of India and vigorously pursued by both the central and state governments.  Agencies like National skill Development Corporation, NSDA and NSIC have undertaken several steps...

We have to export more and more.  Why? Trading abroad can boost your profile, credibility and of course bottom line.  In the last issue, we raised problems encountered by exporters in India.  Before attempting to seek solutions, out of curiosity, I wanted to find out...

India’s exports was predicted to be 900 US$ billion by the year 2020. The vision of Foreign trade policy of the Government of India runs as below:   The vision is to make India a significant participant in world trade by the year 2020 and to enable...