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Central excise duty on gold bullion - Central Excise

 
Issue Id: - 4152
Dated: -15-05-2012
By:- Raginee Goyal
Central excise duty on gold bullion

What is the rate of duty on manufacture of pure gold bullion from raw gold/ gold dust/ dore bars by refining process?

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Dated: - 16-05-2012
By: - Pradeep Khatri

Pure gold does not attract any Excise Duty.




Dated: - 16-05-2012
By: - Anil Kumar

Under Chapter heading 7108 gold attracts 12% duty.  However, Notification no. 12/2012 CE dated 17.3.2012 has prescribed effective rate of duty in respect of different forms of gold.  Under Sl.No.188 "Primary gold converted with the aid of power from any form of gold other than gold ore, concentrate or dore bar" attracts Nil duty.  The explanation provides that "primary gold" means gold in any unfinished or semi-finished form and includes ingots, bars, blocks, slabs, billets, shots, pellets, rods, sheets, foils and wires.  Under Sl.No.189 Gold bars, other than tola bars, bearing manufacturer‘s engraved serial number and weight expressed in metric units manufactured in a factory starting from the stage of-

(a) Gold ore or concentrate; (b) Gold dore bar; or (c) Silver dore bar attracts 3% duty. The explanation thereunder is as under:

 Explanation.- For the purposes of this entry, ‘gold dore bar’ shall mean dore bars having gold content not exceeding 95% and ‘silver dore bar’ shall mean dore bars having silver content not exceeding 95% accompanied by an assay certificate issued by the mining company, giving details of composition




Dated: - 16-05-2012
By: - NEERAJ KUMAR, RANCHI

 Pure gold attracts Nil rate of duty.


 
 
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