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PROMOTIONAL MEASURES

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..... years reckoned from the 1st April of the relevant year. All Status Certificates valid beyond 31.3.2014 shall continue to remain in force, in case provisions of Foreign Trade Policy (2014-19) continue to recognize the status. Pending the finalization of the applications for grant of recognition, existing status holders who have applied for recognition before the expiry of their status, shall have a grace period of 6 months. During this grace period of 6 months such status holders shall continue to be recognized as Status holders even after the expiry of earlier Status Certificate i.e. till September end, unless their applications are finally rejected or status recognition is granted once again, as the case may be. Maintenance of Accounts 3.3 Status Holder shall maintain true and proper accounts of its exports and imports based on which such recognition has been granted.Record shall also be maintained during validity period and for a minimum period of three years thereafter. These accounts shall be made available for inspection to RA concerned or any authority nominated by DGFT. Refusal / Suspension / Cancellation of Certificate 3.4 Status Certificate may be refused or suspended or .....

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..... y Bonds; 5. Sale of securities and other financial instruments; 6. Other receivables not connected with services rendered by financial institutions; and II. earned through contract/regular employment abroad (e.g. labour remittances); b) Payments for services received from EEFC Account; c) Foreign exchange turnover by Healthcare Institutions like equity participation, donations etc. (However, remittances received on account of medical treatment, surgery, testing, consultancy and health care provided by the institution shall be eligible.); d) Foreign exchange turnover by Educational Institutions like equity participation, donations etc. (However remittances received on account of the course fees and consultancy provided by the institution shall be eligible.); e) Export turnover relating to services of units operating under SEZ / EOU / EHTP / STPI / BTP Schemes or supplies of services made to such units; f) Clubbing of turnover of services rendered by SEZ / EOU / EHTP / STPI / BTP units with turnover of DTA Service Providers; g) Service Providers in Telecom Sector (Sr. No 2C of Appendix 10); h) Foreign Exchange earnings for Services provided by Airline and Shipping Lines Service provi .....

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..... et (as in Appendix 37C) shall be determined from date of export as per Para 9.12 of HBP v1. Proof of Landing - for FMS and MLFPS 3.8.2 Applicant shall be required to submit proof of landing of export consignment in specified market. Any one of the following documents should suffice, as a proof of landing of export consignment in specified Focus Market: (i) A self attested copy of import bill of entry filed by importer in specified market, or (ii) Delivery order issued by port authorities, or (iii) Arrival notice issued by goods carrier, or (iv) Tracking report from the goods carrier (Shipping Line/Airline etc. or his accredited agent in India) duly certified by them, evidencing arrival of export cargo to destination Focus Market, or (v) For Land locked Focus Market, Rail/Lorry receipts of transportation of goods from Port to Land locked Focus Market, or (vi) Any other documents that may satisfactorily prove to RA concerned that goods have landed in / reached the Focus Market. In case of (iv) and (vi) above, the accredited agent of the Goods Carrier must certify that he is the accredited agent of the concerned Goods Carrier on the date of issuance of the tracking report / document. .....

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..... supporting manufacturer, proof of supporting manufacturer may be given to RA concerned by giving any of the export documents (Shipping Bill/Bill of Export/ARE forms/Customs/Bank attested Invoices) evidencing the same. Listed Supporting Manufacturers shall be co-licensee of the SHIS Scrip. 3.10.6 SHIS scrip can be used for payment of applicable duties on import of Capital Goods (as defined in FTP) relating to the sectors specified in Para 3.16.4 of FTP. The Scrip / the goods so imported shall be with Actual User Condition. Imports of Capital Goods shall be related to any of the sectors listed in Para 3.16.4 of FTP, without any sector wise value limitation; even by the listed supporting manufacturers. 3.10.7 Para 3.11.8 of this HBP shall not apply to this Scheme. Further, Monitoring the realization of export proceeds shall be in terms of 3.11.12 & 3.11.13 of this HBP.] 3.11 COMMON PROCEDURAL FEATURES FOR PROMOTIONAL SCHEMES, APPLICABLE TO ALL SCHEMES IN THIS CHAPTER, UNLESS SPECIFICALLY PROVIDED FOR: Jurisdictional RA / RA Concerned 3.11.1 Applicant shall have option to choose Jurisdictional RA on the basis of Corporate Office, Registered Office, Branch Office address endorsed o .....

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..... ing such goods. Based on this certificate, upon application, a fresh Scrip shall be issued by concerned RA to extent of 98% of debited amount, with same port of registration and valid for a period equivalent to balance period available on date of import of the defective / unfit goods. Validity Period & Revalidation 2[3.11.7 Duty Credit Scrip shall be valid for a period of 24 months & Revalidation of Duty Credit Scrip shall not be permitted unless covered under paragraph 2.13.1 or paragraph 2.13.2A of HBP v1.] Declaration of Intent on Free Shipping Bills 4[3.11.8 For products/markets listed in Appendix 37A, 37C, 37D that are eligible for benefit under Chapter 3 of FTP, exporters shall declare their intention to claim benefit by stating in all categories of Shipping Bills as under: I/We, hereby, declare that I/We shall claim the benefits, as admissible, under Chapter 3 of FTP . This declaration shall also be required on export shipments under any of the Schemes of Chapter 4 or Chapter 5 or Chapter 6 of FTP as well as on Bills of Exports filed for Supply to SEZ. No claim under Chapter 3 shall be admissible without this declaration. However, Schemes names are not required to be .....

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..... nitored by RA concerned with respect to realization of export proceeds. The procedure prescribed in Para 4.45 shall apply, mutatis mutandis, to freely transferable Duty Credit Scrips issued under Chapter 3 on the pre-realization basis. However for adjustment of excess / short realisation, procedure in Para 3.11.13 is to be followed. 3.11.13 (i) In case there is no pending claim and there is no cash deposit towards the amount immediately after the expiry of 12 months time period from the date of issuance of the Scrip, the RA shall initiate necessary action. If the Scrip holder does not pay the amount within 60 days of the expiry of aforesaid 12 months time period, the scrip holder shall be required to pay the said amount along with 15% interest per annum from the date of issuance of the Scrip(s) for the Duty Credit for which BRC or Documentary evidence (evidencing realisation of export proceeds as required under FTP or the Procedure laid thereunder) could not be produced. In case the Scrip holder surrenders the unutilized / partially unutilized Duty Credit Scrip, then unutilized / partially unutilized credit shall be deduced from the payable amount. (ii) In case the FOB value realiz .....

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