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Amendments in Hand Book of Procedures 2015-20 –reg.

DGFT - 26/2015-2020 - Dated:- 20-9-2017 - GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE PUBLIC NOTICE No. 26 /2015-2020 NEW DELHI, DATED THE 20 September, 2017 Sub: Amendments in Hand Book of Procedures 2015-20 -reg. In exercise of powers conferred under Paragraph 2.04 of the Foreign Trade Policy 2015-2020, as amended from time to time, the Director General of Foreign Trade makes the following amendments in Hand Book of Procedures 2015-2020 as under: 1. Para 4.06 i .....

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rrespondence relating to norms fixation is as follows: Norms Committees (NC) in DGFT headquarters For fixation / revision / amendment of norms of Export Products under following ITC HS Chapters Email addresses for communication with respective Norms Committee NC-1 81 to 84, 86 to 93 nc1.dgft@nic.in NC-2 72 to 76, 78 to 80, 85 nc2.dgft@nic.in NC-3 29, 30 nc3.dgft@nic.in NC-4 27, 28, 31 to 38, 44 to 49, 68 to 71 nc4.dgft@nic.in NC-5 41 to 43, 50 to 67 nc5.dgft@nic.in NC-6 I to 26, 94 to 98 nc6.dgf .....

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oc Norms for an export product. Norms Committee shall endeavour to fix SION or adhoc norms on receipt of complete data. Any adhoc norm fixed under this para, on the basis of an application made by an exporter shall be valid for one authorisation for which such application is made and no repeat authorisations shall be issued. However, Norms Committee can specify extended validity period of not more than two years from the date of fixation of such adhoc norms, for grant of further authorisations u .....

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Committee may also seek data from Central Excise (CBEC). (vii) Experts may be invited from Scientific and Technological institutions as members of Norms Committee for fixation of Norms. 2. Para 4.10 is amended to read as under: 4.10 Advance Authorisation for applicants with multiple units (i) Transfer of any duty free material imported or procured against Advance Authorisation from one unit of a company to another unit for manufacturing purpose shall be done with prior intimation to jurisdictio .....

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inst advance authorization can also be taken from the port directly to the project site of the project authority, subject to furnishing a bond to the customs authority at the port of import and other documents / declaration and other provisions as per Department of Revenue guidelines. 3. Para 4.12 (vii) is amended to read as under: Wherever an applicant has applied for components on "net-to-net basis with accountability clause" and such cases fall under paragraph 6 of General Note for .....

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inisterial Consultations for fixation of norms / adhoc norms (i) Application filed online by the applicant shall be forwarded electronically to the concerned Technical / Administrative Ministry / Department /Scientific and Technological institutions or any other agency by the respective Norms Committee in the DGFT headquarters within three days. (ii) The concerned Technical / Administrative Ministry / Department / Scientific and Technological institutions or any other agency as the case may be, .....

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tion of norms by Norms Committee, entitlement for authorisation as given in paragraph 4.12 may be re-credited upon production of documentary evidence (copies of Shipping bill / bill of export/_Tax invoice for supply prescribed under GST rules) showing fulfilment of export obligation in respect of previous authorisations. However, bond waiver / redemption shall not be allowed pending fixation of norms in such cases. 6. Para 4.20 is amended to read as under: Provisions contained in paragraph 4.49 .....

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thorisation holder has consumed lesser quantity of inputs than imported, authorisation holder shall be liable to pay customs duty on unutilized imported material, along with interest thereon as notified by DOR, or effect additional export within the EO period to account for the export of the material remaining un utilized. However, for the Customs duty component, the authorisation holder has also the option to furnish valid duty credit scrip issued under Chapter 3 of FTP 7. Para 4.21 is amended .....

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ails of Appendix 4-I, with that of the inputs allowed in the authorisation, before allowing redemption or bond waiver against individual authorization. Such records shall be preserved for a period of at least three years from the date of redemption. 8. Following sub para 4.22(b) (iv) is added below para 4.22 (b)(iii): (iv) In case an applicant is not able to upload any prescribed document then such documents may be submitted in physical form to the concerned authority. 9. Heading of para 4.27 an .....

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erials/inputs consumed. 10. Para 4.35 (c) is amended to read as under: (c). If authorisation holder is registered under GST Act, he has an option of getting names of jobber endorsed by jurisdictional Customs authority as per GST Rules in lieu of Regional Authority's endorsement. In case manufacturer exporter holding authorisation is not registered / not required to be registered under GST Act, job work may be allowed after endorsement of supporting manufacturer's name in the authorisatio .....

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sferable DFIA holder. 12. New Para 4.43A is inserted below Para 4.43 as under: 4.43A Re-export of goods imported under Advance Authorisation Scheme Goods imported against Advance Authorisation Scheme, which are found defective or unfit for use, may be re-exported, as per Department of Revenue guidelines. The authorisation holder has to inform the RA who has issued the authorisation before re-export of such defective goods. 13. Para 4.44(c) is amended to read as under: (c) In case of online filin .....

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DGFT may publish details of such EODC certificates issued by them and by all RAs coming under their jurisdiction on their official websites every month. 15. Para 4.50 (f) is amended to read as under: (f) On receipt of said documentary evidence from Authorisation holder, Regional Authority shall redeem the case, shall endorse details of duty paid on the EODC/Redemption Letter and inform details of recovery/ deposits made to the Customs Authority at the port of registration or the Commissioner of .....

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ance of transferable Duty Free Import Authorisation may be made to concerned Regional Authority within a period of twelve months from the date of export or six months (or additional time allowed by RBI for realization) from the date of realization of export proceeds, whichever is later. (d) Applicant shall be allowed to file application beyond 24 months from the date of generation of file number as per paragraph 9.02 of Hand Book of Procedures. 17. Para 4.62 is amended to read as under: Entitlem .....

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s and pearls used in export of Gems and Jewellery products. In addition, Authorisation shall also be valid for import of empty jewellery boxes up to 5% of value of Authorisation within its overall CIF value. Gem REP Authorisations issued against export of studded gold / silver platinum jewellery articles, shall also be valid for import of cut and polished precious / semi- precious stones other than emerald up to 10% of CIF value of Authorisation within its overall CIF value. (b) Gem REP Authoris .....

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lies as prescribed under GST rules ; (iii) Bank certificate/e-BRC of realisation in Appendix 2U. 20. Para 4.73 is amended to read as under: Policy for export of gems and jewellery parcel by post is in paragraph 4.48 of FTP. At the time of exports, exporter shall submit following documents: (i) Shipping bills or Tax invoice for export/supplies as prescribed under GST rules presented at foreign Post Office; (ii) Certificate from nominated agencies indicating price at which gold/ silver/platinum wa .....

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t to Basic Customs Duty leviable on imported gold/ silver/ platinum, alloys, findings and mountings of gold/ silver/ platinum and plain semi-finished gold/ silver/ platinum jewellery etc. Integrated Goods and Services tax and Compensation Cess leviable under Section 3(7) and 3(9) of Customs Tariff Act shall be payable separately on imports. 22. Para 4.78(e)(ii) is amended to read as under: (ii) Three copies of Tax invoices for export/supplies as prescribed under GST rules; 23. Para 4.78 (h) is a .....

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