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  • 1. IMPORT OF READY MADE GARMENTS IN INDIA
    SUBMITTED TO SUBMITTED BY
    DR.S.M. ANAS IQBAL AARTI CHHANJWANI
    MBA –FT 2ND SEM
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
  • 3. Clothing performs important social and cultural functions.
    clothing reflect standards of modesty, religious, gender, and social status.
    Clothing may also function as a form of adornment and an expression of personal taste or style.
    where over one-fifth of the working population is dependent on the sector for employment.
  • 4. 45%
    35%
    20%
  • 5. Classification of garments
  • 6. silk
    Tunic top
    Silk skirt
    Sarees
    Jackets
    Pavadi
  • 7. Jute
    woolen
    polo t-shirts
    Bath robes
    T shirt
    Trousers
    Scarf
    Gloves
    Sweaters
  • 8. leather
    Lady garments
    Jackets
    Coat
    Man wear
  • 9. Cotton
    Cotton jeans
    Knitted
    Ladies t-shirts
    Track suits
    Woven men
  • 10. Major exported country
    Nepal
    Bangladesh
    Pakistan
    china
    Sri lanka
    vietnas
    Nigeria
    Egypt
    Japan
  • 11. Our Top importers…….
    Pantaloon Retail (India) Limited
    Shopper’s Stop
    TATA – TrentL.
    Globus Stores Pvt Ltd
    Piramyd Retail Ltd
    Arvind Brands Ltd
    Provogue ( India) Ltd
    The Raymond Group
    Madura Garment
    Reliance retail Ltd
  • 12. Need to import……..??
    • Brand Conscious Customers.
    • 13. Growing Domestic Markets.
    • 14. Increase In Number Of Malls.
    • 15. Increased Demand In Designing Product.
    • 16. Companies Need To Focus On Product Development.
    • 17. Cheap Import Prices.
  • Top brands in the world
    Varsace , Italian
    Calvin Klein, u.k.
    Prada , Italy
    Victoria secret, u.s.
    Ralph Lauren, u.s.
    Yvea saint caurent, Paris
    Chanel , France
    Dolce gabbana, Italian
    Guccl,
  • 18. Major import in 2011
  • 19. Govt. policies……….
    • Common compliance code for creating apparel standards for the benefit of buyers.
    • 20. Training centers for developing human resources. 
    • 21. Government decision to apply the countervailing duty on imported garments on the maximum retail price (MRP) rather than on their declared value.
    • 22. The government announced that incentives under a Rs 325-crore package for leather and readymade garment exports would be available only on shipments to the US and Europe and was limited to six months from April 1.
    • Documents required by customs authorities are required to be submitted to enable them to
    • 23. (a) check the goods
    • 24. (b) decide value and classification of goods and
    • 25. (c) to ensure that the import is legally permitted.
  • The documents that are essentially required are:
    • (i) Invoice
    • 26. (ii) Packing List
    • 27. (iii) Bill of Lading / Delivery Order
    • 28. (iv) GATT declaration form duly filled in
    • 29. (v) Importers / CHAs declaration duly signed
    • 30. (vi) Import License or attested photocopy when clearance is under license
    • 31. (vii) Letter of Credit / Bank Draft wherever necessary
    • 32. (vii) Insurance memo or insurance policy
    • 33. (viii) Industrial License if required
    • 34. (ix) Certificate of country of origin, if preferential rate is claimed.
    • 35. (x) Technical literature.
    • 36. (xi) Advance License / DEPB in original, where applicable
    • 37. (xii) Split up of value of spares, components and machinery
  • Thank you
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