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Launch of the Indian Customs EDI System (ICES 1.5) Exports-Reg.

Customs - 16/2010 - Dated:- 18-6-2010 - OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS CUSTOM HOUSE, COCHIN-9 Dated : 18.06.2010 PUBLIC NOTICE No. 16/2010 Sub:- 1. It is brought to the notice of all exporters, importers, CHAs, Custodian, Airlines, Air consol Agents, Banks, Trade and all concerned that the computerized processing of Shipping Bills under the Indian Customs EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) System, hereinafter referred to as ICES 1.5, will commence with effect from 01.07.2010 at the Air Car .....

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ustoms officials at ACC Cochin and also the Service Centre operators, who would be working on CBEC s new Local Area Network infrastructure implemented by M/s HP Sales India Private Ltd. Connectivity to the Central servers at the National Data Centre has been provided through CBEC s MPLS network, as part of the Wide Area Networking project implemented by a consortium led by M/s BSNL Ltd. 2. Under ICES 1.5, the computerized processing of shipping bills would be handled in respect of the following .....

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commence from a date to be notified separately. However details are being provided in respect of all types of export documents as a measure of facilitation. PROCEDURE 3. The procedure to be followed in respect of filing of Shipping Bills under the Indian Customs EDI System 1.5 at ACC Cochin shall be as follows: - Under the EDI System the Shipping Bills shall be filed electronically and processed online in an automated environment. Certain declarations and certificates etc. that are required to .....

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re filing the Shipping Bills the exporters are advised to check from DGFT as to whether their IE Code has already been transmitted to ICES. If their IE Code has not been transmitted to ICES by DGFT, they should first get the same transmitted from DGFT, failing which the exporter shall not be able to file shipping bills for export. (DGFT s website may be accessed at http://www.dgft.delhi.nic.in) 3.2 Registration of Custom House Agents (CHA) in ICES: Every CHA is required to register his details i .....

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Ports. Before filing EGM the Air Lines/Agents and Consol Agents should register themselves in the ICES at any of the Custom Stations where ICES 1.0 is operational as per Public Notice no 7/2010 dt. 03.03.2010 issued by this Custom House No re-registration is required in case the agency is already registered at any existing Customs location where ICES 1.0 is operational. 3.4 Registration of Bank Account with Authorized Dealer of Foreign Exchange: Except for NFEI shipping bills, the account numbe .....

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3.5 Members of the trade may please note that ICEGATE provides 24X7 Helpdesk facility for trade to report problems related to electronic filing. The ICEGATE helpdesk can be contacted on e-mail address icegatehelpdesk@icegate.gov.in and the replies to the queries shall be sent through e-mails. The Helpdesk can also be contacted on following telephone numbers: 01123370133 and 011-23379020. 3.6 Registration of bank account for credit of Drawback amount: - For exports under claim of drawback the exp .....

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nthly basis. However, in respect of currencies which are not covered in the notifications of the Ministry of Finance, the concerned bank s certificate indicating the exchange rate applicable for the date on which the shipping bill is filed should be produced to the customs officer and details of the same should be entered in the ICES 1.5 while filing the shipping bill. The shipping bill should be submitted in the system on the same date for which the rate of exchange is certified. 3.8 Exim Schem .....

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be used in the shipping bill/EGM as the case may be. List of codes is appended in Appendix 2. 3.10 Currency Codes: For indicating value of goods, freight, insurance, commission etc. only the relevant codes for the respective currencies in the list of currency codes appended with this Public Notice have to be used. Use of any incorrect code will result in incorrect conversion of the currency into Indian Rupees. List of codes is appended in Appendix 3. 3.11 Country Codes: Wherever in the shipping .....

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may be obtained from the respective Carriers or checked from www.icegate.gov.in. A list of all relevant codes would also be available at the service center. 3.13 Registration of DGFT Licences: If the exports are in discharge of export obligation against any of the DGFT Exim Licenses or Advance application, such licence/advance application should be first registered in the ICES and Licence No. or the Registration No. or advance application should be indicated against each item of goods in the shi .....

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equired to submit at the Service Centre with the following documents: i) A declaration of all particulars in the SB in the format placed at Annexure - A ii) Copy of Invoice iii) SDF declaration at Annexure B iv) DEEC/DFRC/DEPB/Drawback etc. as applicable Annexure D 4.2 The formats should be duly complete in all respects and should be signed by the exporter or his authorized representative/CHA. Forms, which are incomplete or unsigned, will not be accepted for data entry. Exporters/CHA should ensu .....

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377; 10/- Data entry for EGM ₹ 60/- Query Printing after three queries ₹ 05/- Entry of Licence ₹ 60/- S/B Final Print (For RES Users only) ₹ 20/- Query Printing (For RES Users only) ₹ 5/- Note: - The above charges include data entry of the documents, check list printing, three free queries and print out of the assessed document. Additional queries shall be charged at ₹ 5 per query. Check list will be provided free of charge till they are certified to be free o .....

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er to the exporters/CHAs for confirming the correctness of the electronic declaration. The CHA/Exporter will make corrections, if any, in the checklist and return the same to the operator duly signed. The operator shall make the corresponding corrections in the data and shall submit the Shipping Bill. The operator shall not make any amendment after generation of the checklist and before submission in the system unless the corrections made by the CHAs/exporters are clearly indicated on the checkl .....

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Server at a national level, all document numbers e.g. for Shipping Bills, EGMs, challans, would not be in a continuous series for a particular location. 4.7 The Declarations would be accepted at the Service Centre from 10.00.hrs to 16.30 hrs. Declarations received up to 16.00 hrs will be entered in the computer system on the same day. 4.8 Those Exporters or CHA who intend to use Remote EDI System(RES) to file from their offices should download necessary software from website www.ices.nic.in whi .....

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shipping bill, the shipping bill shall lapse and has to be filed again in the system. 5. PROCEDURE FOR GR-1 5.1 As per the procedure in EDI, there would be no GR-1. As per CBEC Instruction No. 1/2005 dt. 29.03.2005 issued based on the RBI s A.P.(DIR Series) Circular No.61 dated January 31, 2004 the exporters have been exempted from declaration in GR/SDF/PP/Softex forms for export value upto US $ 25,000. For Shipping Bills worth more than US $ 25000, the Exporters/CHAs would be required to file .....

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case of Shipping Bills processed manually, the existing arrangement of filing GR 1 forms would continue. 5.2 The exporters are required to obtain a certificate from the bank through which they would be realising the export proceeds. If the exporter wishes to operate through different banks for the purpose, a certificate would have to be obtained from each of the banks. The certificate(s) would be submitted to Customs and registered in the system as mentioned above. These would have to be submitt .....

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HEDS IN ACC. 6.1 In respect of goods intended to be exported against an electronic shipping bill, the Custodian of ACC will permit entry of the goods on the strength of the checklist. 6.2 If at any stage subsequent to the entry of goods in export shed, it is noticed that the declaration has not been registered in the system, the exporters and CHAs will be responsible for the delay in shipment of goods and any demurrage, damage, deterioration or pilferage, without prejudice to any other action th .....

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ssed by the Appraiser/Supdt. (Export Assessment) first and then by the Asstt/Deputy Commissioner: i. DEEC ii. DEPB iii. DFRC iv. EOU v. EPCG vi. Any other Exim Scheme if so required 7.3 Apart from verifying the value and other particulars for assessment, the AO/Supdt and AC/DC may call for the samples or any other documents/information for confirming the declared value or for checking classification under the Drawback Schedule/DEEC/DEPB/DFRC/EOU etc,. He may also give special instruction for exa .....

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lied to, AC/DC will pass the S/B. 8. CUSTOMS EXAMINATION OF EXPORT CARGO 8.1 On receipt of the goods in the Export Shed in the ACC, the exporter will contact the Examining Officer/Inspector and present the checklist with the endorsement of Custodian of arrival of containers on the declaration, along with all original documents such as Invoice, Packing List, ARE-1 (AR-4) etc. He will also present additional particulars in the form at Annexure C. 8.2 The Officer will verify the quantity of the goo .....

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r to the exporter. He would hand over the original documents to the Examining Officer. No examination orders shall be given unless the goods have been physically received in the Export Shed and an endorsement to this effect has been obtained on the Checklist to this effect from the Custodian. It may, however, be clarified that Customs Officers have the discretion of examining any or all the packages/goods. 8.3 The Examining Officer may inspect and/or examine the shipment, as per instructions con .....

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e exporter. The Appraiser/Supdt.would retain the checklist, the declaration and all original documents with him. 8.4 In case of any variation between the declaration in S/B and the documents or physical examination report, the Appraiser/Supdt.will mark the electronic S/B to AC/DC Exports. He will also forward the documents to AC/DC and advice the exporters to meet the AC/DC for further action regarding the discrepancy. In case the Exporter agrees with the views of the Department, the S/B would b .....

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only after AC/DC finalises the assessment. All copies of the Shipping Bill would be duly signed by the Appraiser/Shed Superintendent. The EP copy would be signed after verification of filing of EGM. The examination report would be signed by the Appraiser/Shed Superintendent, Examination Officer as well as exporter/representative of the CHA (Name and ID Card number of the representative of the CHA should be clearly mentioned below his signature). 9.2 Any other certificates required for permittin .....

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s of the test memo will be prepared manually and signed by the Examining Officer, the Appraiser and the exporter. The disposal of the three copies would be as follows: - i. Original to be sent along with the sample to the testing agency. ii. Duplicate copy to be retained by Customs with the second sample. iii. Triplicate to be handed over to the exporter. 10.2 AC/DC may, if he deems necessary, order for sample to be drawn for purposes other than testing such as visual inspection and verification .....

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y to query if any can be submitted through ICEGATE or through Service Centre. 12 AMENDMENTS 12.1 Corrections/amendments in the checklist can be made at the Service Centre provided the system has not generated the S/B number. Where corrections are required to be made after the generation of the S/B No. or, after the goods have been brought in the shed, amendments will be carried out in the following manner. 1. If the goods have not yet been allowed "Let Export", Assistant Commissioner/D .....

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t is approved in the system. 13 SHORT SHIPMENTS, SHUT OUT, CANCELLATION AND BACK TO TOWN PERMISSIONS 14.1 AC/DC (Export) will give permission for issue of short shipment certificate, shut out or cancellation of S/B, on the basis of an application made by the exporter. The S/B particulars would need to be cancelled/modified in the system before granting such permission. AC/DC would check the status of the goods, before granting permission. 14. AMENDMENT OF FREIGHT AMOUNT 14.1 If the freight/insur .....

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e can be issued by the Customs stating that "Let Export" order has been passed in the system to enable the goods to be accepted by the Shipping Line, for export. Drawback will be sanctioned on the basis of the "Let Export" order already recorded on the system. 16. RE-PRINT OF SHIPPING BILLS 16.1 Similarly, re-prints can be allowed where there is a system failure, as a result of which the print out (after the "Let Export" order) has not been generated or there is a m .....

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nated bank. 18. EXPORT OF GOODS UNDER CLAIM FOR DRAWBACK 18.1 The scheme of computerised processing of Drawback claims under the Indian Customs EDI System-Exports will be applicable for all exports through ACC. 18.2 The exporters who intend to export the goods through ACC under claim for Drawback are advised to open their account with the bank as stated in Para 3.5 above. This is required to be done to enable direct credit of the Drawback amount to the exporter's account, as no cheques would .....

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tions involving a drawback amount of more than Rupees One lakh will be processed on the system by the AC/DC before the goods can be brought for examination and for allowing "Let Export". 18.5 The drawback claims are sanctioned subject to the provisions of the Customs Act 1962, the Customs and Central Excise Duties Drawback Rules 1995 and conditions prescribed under different sub-headings of the All Industry rates as per notified by the Ministry of Finance from time to time. 18.6 After .....

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ill be shown on the terminal and a printout of the query/deficiency may be obtained by the authorised person or the exporter from the Service Centre or in own his office the exporter has connection with ICEGATE The exporters are advised to reply to such queries expeditiously through the service centre. The claim comes in queue of the EDI system after only after the reply to queries/deficiencies is entered in the ICES 1.5. 18.7 Shipping Bills in respect of goods under claim for drawback against b .....

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designated bank would credit the drawback amount in the respective account of the exporter and where the account of the exporter is in any other CBS branch of any bank, the designated bank would transfer the amount to the respective CBS branch who would credit the amount to exporter s account. The exporters may make arrangement with their banks for periodical statement of credits on account of drawback. a) An exporter desirous to have his drawback credited in any core banking branch of the bank .....

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de No. can be obtained by the exporter from his bank branch. b) At the time of registration of the bank account with the Customs authorities the exporter will be required to produce a certificate from the bank branch, where he operates his bank account, certifying the correctness of the IFS code and bank account number of the exporter and a copy of the same shall also be submitted to the authorized bank branch at the EDI location. c) Whenever there is a change in the exporter s bank account numb .....

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f drawback against supplementary claim Drawback Scroll shall be generated by system and amount transferred to the bank in the same manner as normal in scroll. 19. EXPORT OF GOODS UNDER DEPB 19.1 A procedure for online transmission of shipping bills to DGFT and online receipt of DEPB licenses is in place in this port. As per this procedure, the DEPB licenses issued by DGFT are being received online and are being subjected to prescribed online validation checks. After these checks, the licenses ar .....

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th March 2007 by DGFT, the existing procedure should be followed for the licences issued prior to above date. 19.2 While filing information as per the format of Annexure A, Exporters are required to ensure that correct Group Code No. of the goods being exported and the item No. of relevant Group is clearly mentioned (item-wise details). The Exporters/CHAs are advised to fill Item No. in the same manner as given in the Public Notices issued by D.G.F.T. 19.3 DEPB Credit in respect of items like fo .....

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xported. 19.4 All the DEPB Shipping Bills having FOB value less than ₹ 5 lakhs and/or DEPB rates less than 20% will be assessed by Appraiser/Supt. (DEPB Cell). However, the Shipping Bills having FOB value more than ₹ 5 lakhs and/or credit rate 20% or more will be assessed by A.C./D.C (Export). Any query at the time of assessing by Appraiser (DEPB Cell) or A.C./D.C.(Export) may be obtained from the Service Centre and reply to the query has to be furnished through Service Centre or thr .....

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For record of Exporters 3. E.P. Copy For office of DGFT 4. Exchange Control Copy For Banking purpose 5. DEPB Copy For use in ACC Cochin for (only in case of DEPB Shipments)registration of license Note: - EP copy and DEPB Copy of the shipping bills should not be signed/authenticated by the Shed Appr./Sudt. at the stage of LEO. After verification from the EGM that the consignment has been actually been dispatched, the EP copy and DEPB copy of the shipping bill should be signed/authenticated by th .....

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Customs, such lower value will be entered by Appraiser (DEPB Cell), A.C./D.C. (Exports) or by Appraiser (Examination) for each item(s). Printout of Shipping Bills at item level will indicate for FOB value as well value for DEPB credit purposes. Exporters are required to apply for the DEPB Licence at the FOB value accepted by Customs and not the value declared by them. Since DEPB is issued on the basis of exchange rate applicable on the date of Let Export, Exporters are advised to apply for DEPB .....

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g Bills. In such cases, EP Copy of Shipping Bill will not be printed and only 3 copies will be printed. Market enquiries about value will be conducted in such cases and the final value would be determined either with the approval of the Exporter or after issue of the Show Cause Notice in case the Exporter contests the value determined. In such cases where samples are drawn for the purpose of market enquiry, the copy of the Shipping Bill for claiming DEPB would be generated after determination of .....

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cedure of Provisional Assessment shall be applicable mutatis mutandis to above cases as well and the cases will be finalised after necessary reports etc. are received and unprinted copy of Shipping Bill meant for DEPB licence shall be released thereafter for printing. 19.9 DEPB Credit Entitlement: EDI-message of DEPB shipping bill data from Customs and DEPB licence from DGFT has been established. Therefore, the DEPB Licence shall be issued by DGFT on the basis of EDI message and the DEPB licence .....

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or after 1st March 2009. As per the procedure prescribed by DGFT, Exporters apply for Advance licenses under Duty Exemption Scheme (DES) and licenses under Export Promotion Capital Goods Scheme (EPCG) to DGFT. As per the Handbook of Procedures Vol. I, exports under DES can be started immediately on generation of file No. which is generated by DGFT on submission of application for licenses under DES. Accordingly DGFT would transmit the messages relating to File Numbers so generated by them to Cu .....

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ort of registration for imports. Details of such licenses would also be available on the home page of website, www.icegate.gov.in. As mentioned above, exports under DES can be started immediately after receipt of file number message from DGFT by quoting the relevant File Number allocated by DGFT on the export documents. After issuance of licenses, exporters would be required to quote the relevant license number on the export documents. 20.2 There is no need of registration of file number/license .....

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e port of registration in the licenses, for raising debits in bonds/LUTs and monitoring such bonds/LUTs. Importers are required to quote the license number on the respective Import documents in case they intend to use the licenses. 20.3. For monitoring of export obligation under licenses issued by DGFT under above mentioned schemes, Customs would transmit online all such Bills of Entry and Shipping Bills to DGFT wherever imports/exports have been affected under licenses received online from DGFT .....

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bed format. DGFT would process amendment(s) of license based on log print of usage of license issued by Customs and transmit online the necessary amendment(s) of license to Customs. No imports under such license would be allowed after issuance of log print till the amendment message is received from DGFT. 20.5. The above procedure would be applicable in respect of file nos./Licenses/Authorizations issued under Duty Exemption Scheme (DES) and Export Promotion Capital Goods Scheme (EPCG) on or aft .....

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aid schemes including those under the claim for Drawback should first get their EPCG/DES ( issued up to 28.02.2009 by the DGFT) registered with this port, which would be done by the designated officer. The original EPCG/DES would need to be produced before designated officer for data entry. A print out of the relevant particulars (Checklist) entered will be given to the Exporter/CHA. The EPCG/DES would need to be presented to the Appraiser/Supt, who would verify the particulars entered in the co .....

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dt., Export Department and the AC/DC Exports. After the declarations have been processed and accepted, the goods can be presented at the Export Shed along with EPCG/DES for examination and "Let Export" as in other export goods. All exporters availing of the EPCG/DES facilities are requested to immediately get their EPCG/DES registered in the EDI System so that the export declarations are processed expeditiously. 20.8 Further, exporters availing of EPCG/DES benefits in terms of various .....

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Advance Authorisation of Annex. D, the exporters/CHAs are required to give S.No. of inputs in Part-C of the DES Book and Exporters need not fill up column titled "DESCRIPTION OF RAW MATERIALS". c. If some inputs which are not in Part-C of the EPCG/DES have been used in the manufacture of the goods under export and the exporter wants to declare such inputs, he shall give the description of such inputs in column titled "DESCRIPTION OF RAW MATERIALS", d. In the column "IND/ .....

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e EGM shall be filed by Airlines or its Agents electronically either through the service center or through ICEGATE. 23. Monitoring of foreign exchange realization: (a) The exporters filing Shipping Bills (S/Bs) under drawback shall furnish a declaration to the Assistant Commissioner/Deputy Commissioner (Drawback) providing the details of all Authorized Dealers (AD), their codes and addresses through whom they intend to realize the export proceeds. Such a declaration shall be filed at each port o .....

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tended time, if any, allowed by AD/RBI. Such a certificate can also be provided by a Chartered accountant in his capacity as a statutory auditor of the exporter s account. A proforma for furnishing such negative statement was enclosed as Annexure to the Board Circular 5/2009 dated 2.2.2009 (available at www.cbec.gov.in). Further, the exporters also have the option of giving a BRC from the concerned authorized dealer(s). (d) Such certificates shall be furnished by the exporters on a 6 monthly bas .....

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endorsement on the exporter s copy of S/Bill would be made specifying the due date for realization of export proceeds (f) The system shall indicate list of the shipping bills under drawback where the BRC/negative statement has not been furnished by the exporter within the prescribed date. The Assistant Commissioner/Deputy Commissioner (Export) may peruse such lists either for the entire Customs port or for an individual exporter by entering the IE code of the exporter and accordingly initiate a .....

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monthly period from the AD/chartered accountant that no foreign exchange is pending realization for the exporter in the given period, the officer will choose option (2). The system will automatically display the S/Bs pertaining to the given period on screen and once the officer approves, all such shipping bills shall be deleted from the pendency list. (iii) If the negative statement furnished by the exporter gives the list of S/Bs, for a particular six month period, for which foreign exchange ha .....

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