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Procedure for exports through FPO Delhi / Mumbai / Chennai using ecommerce platform under MEIS Scheme of Chapter 3 of Foreign Trade Policy (2015-20)

Customs - 36/2016 - Dated:- 29-7-2016 - Circular No. 36/2016-Customs F. No. 476/01/2013/LC Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Revenue Central Board of Excise and Customs North Block, New Delhi, Dated 29th July 2016. To, Principal Chief Commissioners Customs, Chief Commissioners of Customs, Principal Commissioners of Customs, Commissioners of Customs Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai Subject: Madam/Sir, Para 3.05 of the Foreign Trade Policy (FTP) 2015-20 provides for export of goods throu .....

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B value of ₹ 25,000 (Rs. Twenty five thousand only). 2. DGFT vide Notification No. 02 dated 11th April 2016 has defined e-commerce for the purpose of MEIS under Chapter 9 of the Foreign Trade Policy (2015-2020) as under: 9.17A: e-commerce means buying and selling of goods and services including digital products, conducted over digital and electronic network. For the purposes of merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) e-commerce shall mean the export of goods hosted on a website access .....

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ld through e-commerce from FPOs at Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai. Any exporter holding a valid Import-Export Code shall be permitted to export goods sold through ecommerce through the FPOs at Delhi, Mumbai & Chennai. The exporter shall be required to file a Postal Bill of Export (PBE)in the format appended to this circular. 4. The declaration for claiming of benefit under MEIS shall be made by the exporter on the PBE. Every PBE shall be filed in duplicate and shall cover only one consignor and u .....

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mber corresponding to the payment received through international credit card / debit card for the sale made on the website. 5.1 In addition, the exporter shall continue to comply with the requirements under section 82 of the Customs Act, 1962, namely filing of the label or declaration as prescribed by the Postal Department. (eg. CN23). 6. The PBE along with goods shall be presented to the Customs at the Foreign Post Office The PBE shall be processed manually.Upon processing of the PBE by Customs .....

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Commissioners / Commissioners are advised to ensure speedy clearance of the parcels and use non-intrusive examination techniques, such as, x-ray, for facilitating clearance. In the event of any specific intelligence / suspicion regarding the goods contained in the parcel, which necessitates examination, the approval of the Deputy Commissioner of Customs/Assistant Commissioner of Customs shall be obtained by the proper officer for opening and examining the same. 9. Commissionerates are advised to .....

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