Rapid identification technologies have led to a better handling of raw materials / inputs and finished products in the Supply Chain. In the past few years Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) has grown to be one of the most popular technologies in the area of identification systems and today it’s a disruptive technology in Asset Identification and Tracking.
Customs Rate of Exchange of Foreign Currency Conversion wef 21.09.2018 notified vide Notification No. 81/2018 – Customs (N.T.) dated 20th September, 2018. GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF FINANCE (DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE) (CENTRAL BOARD OF INDIRECT TAXES AND CUSTOMS) Notification No. 81/2018–Customs (N.T.) New Delhi, dated the 20th September, 2018 29 Bhadrapada 1940 (SAKA) In exercise of the […]
AEO is a Trade Facilitation Scheme for ease of doing business in light of international development. Holder of this Certificate is Entitled for Privilege, Benefits, Exemption and Relaxation on account of import and export.This certificate is issued for Particular Period after that to be renewed.
It may be recalled that vide Circular 12/2018-Customs dated 29-05-2018, Board had provided interim solution to the problem faced by the exporters whose records were not transmitted from GSTN to Customs due to mismatch in GSTR 1 and CSTR 3B. The interim solution was subject to undertakings/submission of CA certificates by the exporters as given in Circular 12/2018-Customs and post refund audit scrutiny.
Customs Rate of Exchange of Foreign Currency Conversion wef 20.09.2018 notified vide Notification No. 80/2018 – Customs (N.T.) dated 19th September, 2018.
Employee do not have knowledge or reason to belief that goods are liable to confiscation under Section 111 of Customs Act, 1962, the penalty is not imposable on employee.
CBIC dcided to leverage the introduction of this new technology being provided under Managed Service Provider system to monitor and facilitate transshipment of consignments sealed at ICDs/CFSs and destined for export to Nepal or Bangladesh. Exporters opting to avail the facility for export of goods to Bangladesh or Nepal may do so through the following ICDs / CFSs.
Kind attention is drawn to Circular No. 52/2017 dated 22.12.2017 whereby the Board had prescribed the procedure for facilitating and monitoring transshipment of consignments sealed under ECTS at ICDs/CFSs and destined for export to Nepal or Bangladesh.
Amendment to Customs Exemption Notifications No. 24/2015-Customs dated 08.04.2015 to align it with amendment in Foreign Trade Policy vide Notification No. 63/2018-Customs Dated 18th September, 2018
CBIC Seeks to further amend the third proviso to Notification. No. 50/2017-Customs, dated 30th June, 2017 and to delay implementation of retaliatory duties till 2nd Nov 2018 vide Notification No. 62/2018-Customs Dated 17th September, 2018
Customs Tariff Determination of Origin of Goods under the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement between the Republic of India and Republic of Singapore (Amendment) Rules, 2018.
CBIC seeks to further amend the Notification No. 73/2005 – Customs, dated the 22nd July, 2005 and Notification No. 10/2008- Customs, dated the 15th January, 2008 to bring about necessary changes as per the second protocol amending the India Singapore Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA). GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF FINANCE (DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE) Notification […]
Tariff Tariff Notification No. 78/2018-Cus (NT) dated 14.09.2018 in respect of Fixation of Tariff Value of Edible Oils, Brass Scrap, Poppy Seeds, Areca Nut, Gold and Sliver- Reg. Government of India Ministry of Finance (Department of Revenue) (Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs) Notification No. 78/2018-CUSTOMS (N.T.) New Delhi, 14th September, 2018 S.O. … (E).– […]
Seeks to rescind Notification No. 10/2017-Customs (ADD) dated 24th March, 2017 vide Notification 47/2018-Cus (ADD), dated:14-09-2018 GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF FINANCE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Notification No. 47/2018-Customs (ADD) New Delhi, the 14th September, 2018 G.S.R. 883(E).- In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-sections (1) and (5) of section 9A of the Customs Tariff […]
seeks to impose definitive anti-dumping duty on the imports of “Flat Base Steel Wheels” originating in or exported from China PR for a period of 5 years at prescribed rates vide Notification No. 46/2018-Customs (ADD) dated 13th September, 2018. GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF FINANCE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Notification No. 46/2018-Customs (ADD) New Delhi, the […]
CBIC rescinds notification No. 3/2013-Customs (ADD) dated 26.03.2013 vide Notification No. 45/2018-Customs (ADD) Dated 13th September, 2018. Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Revenue New Delhi Notification No. 45/2018-Customs (ADD) Dated; 13th September, 2018 G.S.R. (E).- In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-sections (1) and (5) of section 9A of the Customs […]
Vide notification No. 1/2018-Customs (SG), dated 30th July, 2018, safeguard duty has been imposed on Solar cells whether or not assembled in modules or panels falling under sub-heading 8541 or tariff item 8541 40 11 of the Customs Tariff Act, 1975 at specified rates for a period of two years.
We hold that the Customs officers have no jurisdiction on the appellant to seize the goods in S.E.Z. area therefore seizure of the goods in question is set aside. Consequently, no demand can be confirmed against the appellants. Therefore the confiscation of the impugned goods is also set aside.
Seeks to amend notification No. 158/95-Customs dated 14th November, 1995 to allow re-import of certain indigenously manufactured electronic goods, for repair and reconditioning within seven years from the date of exportation, without payment of basic customs duty subject to the condition that the goods are re-exported back after repair and reconditioning within one year from […]
SC in Constitution Bench of Five Judges judgment in the case of Commissioner of Customs (Import) Mumbai Vs. M/s Dilip Kumar and Company and Ors has held that the benefit of ambiguity in exemption notification (which is subject to strict interpretation) cannot be claimed by the subject/assessee and it must be interpreted in favour of the revenue/state.