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Import from Bhutan, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 116043
Dated: 21-2-2020
By:- Kaustubh Karandikar
Import from Bhutan

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Goods imported from Bhutan by Road,

1) Whether it is treated as imports?

2) If yes, whether importer is required to pay customs duty and IGST

3) against which document the customs duty and IGST is to be paid by importer

4) Once import duty is paid, against which document the importer can claim ITC of the IGST element paid?

5) whether similar treatment will be applicable for import from Nepal?

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1 Dated: 22-2-2020
By:- sarojni singh

In almost all countries, a onetime licensing procedure to act as an Exporter/Importer is required to be completed.

Most of the process to export and import are same. But, the technical terms used for import and export process could be varied from country to country.

Majority of Bhutan’s exports to India is electricity, and then others include minerals such as ferro-silica, cement and dolomite, cement clinkers, timber and wood products, cardamom, and a range of agricultural products.

Import certification, procedures and formalities to import goods to a country is almost same in all countries worldwide.

You can verify any GSt number detail here.


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