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Transportation of goods to and from India through a foreign Territory - Customs - 14/2020

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..... tively used due to absence of bilateral arrangements with neighbouring countries. 2. In the recent past, India and Bangladesh have signed the Agreement for use of Chattogram and Mongla ports for movement of goods to and from India (hereinafter referred to as the ACMP) on 25.10.2018 and a Standard Operating Procedure (SoP) inter alia prescribing the documentation, procedure and time limits and extension thereof, for movement of goods under the ACMP has also been signed on 05.10.2019. Further, as per the Article VIII of the Trade Agreement between India and Bangladesh signed on 06.06.2015, the two countries have also agreed on a Protocol on Inland Water Transit and Trade between the People's Republic of Bangladesh and the Republic of Indi .....

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..... the procedure for each movement is detailed below: 4.1 India to India movements under the ACMP: The movement of goods using the Chattogram and Mongla ports of Bangladesh is expected to effectively reduce the transportation distance, time as well as the cost of such movement to and from the North Eastern Region of India (NER). It is clarified that any goods produced or manufactured in India or goods which have been imported and cleared for home consumption may be transported/ moved under the Agreement. 4.1.1 It may be noticed that the approved routes as per Article 6 of the ACMP mentions only the Land Customs Stations of entry/ exit in India and Bangladesh, and the Chattogram or Mongla ports in Bangladesh. This effectively means that, - (i) .....

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..... n India along with the invoice and bond. (ii) The customs officer will approve the CTD, accept the bond and ensure that the cargo is sealed securely with a customs one-time-lock. (iii) The customs officer shall endorse all copies of the CTD with the one-time-lock number, retain the quintuplicate copy and hand over the remaining copies to consignor of the goods, the carrier or their authorised agent. 4.1.5 Procedure within Bangladesh: The movement of the goods within Bangladesh will be as per the ACMP and the protocol. The goods in transit upon leaving from the port of entry in Bangladesh shall reach the port of exit in Bangladesh within 7 days, except in the circumstances as provided in the Agreement and the protocol. (i) At the port of ent .....

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..... : The consignor of the goods, the carrier or their authorised agent shall submit the remaining two copies of the CTD with the customs at the port of exit in Bangladesh. The customs officer at the port of exit in Bangladesh shall satisfy himself that the seal has not been tampered with and endorse both copies of the CTD, retain the duplicate copy and hand over the original copy of the CTD to consignor of the goods, the carrier or their authorised agent. 4.1.6 At the port of re-entry into India. (a) The proper officer at the customs station of re-entry will check the intactness of the customs one-time-lock, affixed at the customs station of exit and if the seal is found intact, he shall endorse the CTD and allow clearance of the goods; (b) In .....

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..... of manual copies of the CTD is subject to development of electronic filing on both countries. Once electronic filing of CTD in EDI is developed, no manual CTD shall be filed. It is also clarified that where the customs officer at the customs station of re-entry in India makes an electronic entry accessible to the customs station of exit in India regarding the due arrival of the goods, the endorsed CTD shall not be required to be submitted for crediting/ closing of bonds. The officer at the port of exit shall make the necessary crediting/ closing of the Bond, based on the entry in the EDI system. 4.2 India to India movements under the PIWTT and Movements from one part of India to another through land route which lies partly over the territor .....

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..... the carrier or their authorised agent with the Customs at the port of exit in India along with the invoice and bond. (b) The customs officer will approve the CTD, accept the bond and ensure that the cargo is sealed securely with a customs one-time-lock and endorse the CTD with the onetime-lock number. (c) The customs officer at the port of exit in India shall endorse both copies of the CTD, retain one copy and hand over the other copy to the consignor of the goods, the carrier or their authorised agent. (ii) at the port of re-entry into India: (a) The proper officer at the customs station of re-entry will check the intactness of the customs one-time-lock, affixed at the customs station of exit and if the seal is found intact, he shall endo .....

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