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  • 1. TOWNS OF EXPORT EXCELLENCE COMMODITY BOARDS EXPORT PROMOTION CAPITAL GOODS SCHEME (SEZs) EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCILS INDIAN INSTITUTE OF FOREIGN TRADE EOUs , EHTPs , (EPCG) FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATION (FIEO) SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE INCENTIVES OF THE EXPORTERS INDIAN TRADE PROMOTION ORGANISATION (ITPO) (IIFT) EXPORT CREDIT GUARANTEE CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (ECGC) STPs & BTPs EXIM BANK
  • 2. TOWNS OF EXPORT EXCELLENCE Selected towns producing goods of Rs.750 crore or more will be notified as Towns ofExport Excellence based on potential for growth in exports. For Towns of Export Excellence in Handloom, Handicraft, Agriculture and Fisheries sector, threshold limit would be Rs.150 crore.
  • 3. The incentives being given to these Towns of Export Excellence are as below: • 1. Recognized associations of units will be provided financial assistance under the Market Access Initiative [MAI] Scheme. • 2. Common Service Providers in these areas shall be entitled for Export Promotion Capital Goods [EPCG] Scheme.
  • 4. • 3. The projects received from Towns of Export Excellence shall be accorded priority by SLEPC for financial assistance under Assistance to States for Developing Export Infrastructure and Allied Activities [ASIDE] scheme
  • 5. LIST OF TOWNS OF EXPORT EXCELLENCE LIST OF TOWNS OF EXPORT EXCELLENCE S.No Town of Export Excellence State Product Category 1 Tirupur Tamil Nadu Hosiery 2 Ludhiana Punjab Woollen Knitwear 3 Panipat Haryana Woollen Blanket 4 Kanoor Kerala Handlooms 5 Karur Tamil Nadu Handlooms 6 Madurai Tamil Nadu Handlooms 7 AEKK (Aroor, Ezhupunna, Kodanthuruthu & Kuthiathodu) Kerala Seafood 8 Jodhpur Rajasthan Handicraft 9 Kekhra Uttar Pradesh Handlooms 10 Dewas Madhya Pradesh Pharmaceuticals 11 Alleppey Kerala Coir Products 12 Kollam (Quilon) Kerala Cashew Products 13 Indore Madhya Pradesh Soya Meal and Soya Products
  • 6. 14 Bhilwara Rajasthan Textiles 15 Surat Gujarat Gems and Jewellery 16 Malihabad Uttar Pradesh Horticulture Products 17 Kanpur Uttar Pradesh Leather Products 18 Ambur Tamil Nadu Leather Products 19 Jaipur Rajasthan Handicrafts 20 Srinagar Jammu & Kashmir Handicrafts 21 Anantnag Jammu & Kashmir Handicrafts 22 Barmer Rajasthan Handicrafts 23 Bhiwandi Maharashtra Textiles 24 Agra Uttar Pradesh Leather Products 25 Firozabad Uttar Pradesh Glass Artwares 26 Bhubaneshwar Orissa Marine Products 27 Agartala Tripura Bamboo Cane & Other
  • 7. Export Promotion Capital Goods (EPCG) scheme • The Export Promotion Capital Goods (EPCG) scheme was one of the several export-promotion initiatives launched by the Government in the early '90s. • The basic purpose of the scheme was to allow exporters to import machinery and equipment at affordable prices so that they can produce quality products for the export market.
  • 8. Zero Duty EPCG Scheme • Zero duty EPCG scheme was introduced in the Foreign Trade Policy 2009-14 which allows import of capital goods for preproduction, production and post production. • The scheme will be available for exporters of engineering & electronic products, basic chemicals & pharmaceuticals, apparels & textiles, plastics, handicrafts, chemicals & allied products, leather & leather products, paper & paperboard and articles thereof, ceramic products, refractories, glass & glassware, rubber & articles thereof, plywood and allied products, marine products,
  • 9. Concessional 3% Duty EPCG Scheme (a) Export obligation (EO) shall be 8 times of duty saved amount. The Export Obligation Period (EOP) shall be 8 years reckoned from Authorization issue-date. (b) EO of 6 times of duty saved and EOP of 12 years is applicable to: (i) agro units, (ii) units in cottage or tiny sector. (c) In case of EPCG Authorization with a duty saved amount of Rs. 100 crores or more, EOP shall be 12 years. (d) Second hand capital goods, without any
  • 10. Type of Authorisation Validity Period Zero duty EPCG Authorisation 9 months 3% Duty EPCG Authorisation 36 months
  • 11. EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCILS • The basic objective of Export Promotion Councils is to promote and develop the exports of the country. • Each Council is responsible for the promotion of a particular group of products, projects and services. • The main role of the EPCs is to project India's image abroad as a reliable supplier of high quality goods and services. • In particular, the EPCs shall encourage and monitor the observance of international standards and specifications
  • 12. The major functions of the EPCs are: • To provide commercially useful information and assistance to their members in developing and increasing their exports • To offer professional advice to their members in areas such as technology upgradation, quality and design improvement, standards and specifications, product development, innovation, etc.
  • 13. • To organise participation in trade fairs, exhibitions and buyer-seller meets in India and abroad. • To promote interaction between the exporting community and the Government both at the Central and State levels. • To organise visits of delegations of its members abroad to explore overseas market opportunities.
  • 14. Non-profit, Autonomous and Professional Bodies • The EPCs are non-profit organisations registered under the Companies Act or the Societies Registration Act . • The EPCs shall be autonomous and regulate their own affairs. • The Central Government frames uniform bylaws for the constitution and/or for the transaction of business for EPCs, they shall adopt the same with such modifications as Central Government may approve
  • 15. COMMODITY BOARDS (CBs) • CBs have been established by the GOI for many commodities with high export potential. • These boards are supplementary to EPCs and function on the same line. • All the CBs , expert central silk board are registered authority and issue Registeration-Cum-Membership (RCMC) to exports.
  • 16. NINE COMMODITY BOARDS • • • • • • • • • Tea Board. Coffee Board. Tobacco Board. Rubber Board. Coir Board. Central Silk Board. Spices Board. All India Handicrafts Board. All India handloom Board.
  • 17. FUNCTIONS PERFORMED BY CBs • Production , Promotion and Export of certain commodities. • Introducing new ways of cultivation. • Supplying trade information and statistics to the exporters. • Participating in trade fairs and exhibition. • Providing financial assistance for trade delegation aboard.
  • 18. The Federation of Indian Export Organisations • The Federation of Indian Export Organisations represents the Indian entrepreneurs's spirit of enterprise in the global market. set up in October, 1965, the Federation, known popularly as "FIEO". • Export Houses, Trading Houses, Star Trading Houses and Super Star Trading Houses and Consultancy exporting firms, contributes 72 % of the total exports of India. FIEO represents directly or indirectly, over 100,000 exporters across India. • Exports by FIEO members comprise a wide spectrum of products including Gems & Jewellery, Textiles , Engineering Goods , Handicrafts , Drugs and Pharmaceuticals , a wide range of Consultancy Services covering Infrastructure , etc.. • Agro-based Industries, Small Scale Industries etc.
  • 19. How FIEO has Developed : Today the Federation is proud of the fact that its members accounts for an estimated exports of US$ 24.3 billion out of the total India's export of US$ 33.0 billion. It shows for itself an achievement which notes that approximately 73.6 % of the total exports from India emanate from FIEO members. It was in the year 1965 that this Federation came into being with the support of Ministry of Commerce. Government of India and private trade and Industry. It has now graduated to a level of organisation providing global link to exporters and working as a 'nerve centre' of Indian exports.
  • 20. What FIEO does • Wider exchange of views between allied industies in public as well as the private sectors. • Apprising all concerned bodies of Status of exports. • Monitoring the effects of Government policies on Exports - Imports. • Interacting with the Government on behalf of the exporting community. • Basically, the Federation fulfills the above needs
  • 21. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF FOREIGN TRADE • IIFT was setup in 1964 , at new Delhi and Kolkata as a primary institution , for providing specialised training in export marketing. • The institutue has been given the status of “ DEEMED UNIVERSITY” by the University Grants Commission. • IIFT is essentially an academic , research and training organisation in
  • 22. FUNCTIONS OF IIFT • Collecting and supplying information about overseas markets to exporters. • Arranging for seminars , workshops , exhibitions, etc. in export market area such as export pricing , innovation , etc. • Sending trade representatives in oversea markets for studying them. • Its “ FOREIGN TRADE LIBRARY “ is considered as best in ASIA , it is a trade directory.
  • 23. EOUs , EHTPs ,STPs & BTPs • EOUs – EXPORT ORIENTED UNIT SCHEME. • EHTPS – ELETCRONIC HARDWARE TECHNOLOGY PARK SCHEME. • STPs – SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY PARK SCHEME. • BTPs – BIO-TECHNOLOGY PARK
  • 24. • These unit may export all kinds of goods and services expect prohibited items. • State Trading Regime (system) shall not apply to EOU manufacturing units. • Gems and Jewellery EOUs may source gold , silver , platinum through nominated agencies. • Only projects having a minimum investment of Rs. 1 crore and above in plant and machinery shall be considered for setting up of EOU. • Units engaged in professional services acivities are also covered by the EOU scheme.
  • 25. Special Economic Zones (sez) • The Special Economic Zones Act, 2005, was passed by Parliament in May, 2005 which received Presidential assent on the 23rd of June, 2005. • Around 800 suggestions were received on the draft rules. • SEZs have been established in several countries, including China, India, Jordan, Poland, Kazakhstan, Philippines and Russia.
  • 26. Where are SEZs located in India? • At present there are eight functional SEZs located at Santa Cruz (Maharashtra) , Cochin (Kerala) , Kandla and Surat (Gujarat) , Chennai (Tamil Nadu) , Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh) , Falta (West Bengal) and Noida (Uttar Pradesh) in India. Further an SEZ in Indore (Madhya Pradesh) is now ready for operation. • In addition 18 approvals have been given for setting up of SEZs at Positra (Gujarat) , Navi Mumbai and Kopata (Maharashtra) , Nanguneri (Tamil Nadu) , Kulpi and Salt Lake (West Bengal) , Paradeep and Gopalpur (Orissa) , Bhadohi , Kanpur , Moradabad and Greater Noida (UP) , Vishakhapatnam and Kakinada (Andhra Pradesh) , Vallarpadam/Puthuvypeen (Kerala) , Hassan (Karnataka) , Jaipur and Jodhpur ( Rajasthan) on the basis of proposals received from the state governments.
  • 27. The main objectives of the SEZ Act are: (a) generation of additional economic activity (b) promotion of exports of goods and services; (c) promotion of investment from domestic and foreign sources; (d) creation of employment opportunities; (e) development of infrastructure facilities
  • 28. India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) • India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) was incorporated by merger of Trade Development Authority (TDA), a Registered Society under the administrative control of the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, with Trade Fair Authority of India (TFAI) with effect from 1 January 1992. • India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO), headquartered at Pragati Maidan, is the nodal agency of the Government of India under aegis of Ministry of Commerce and Industry (India) for promoting country's external trade. • ITPO is a Schedule-B Miniratna Central Public Sector Enterprise (CPSE) with 100 percent shareholding of Government of India.
  • 29. Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) • ITPO renewed its Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ministry of Commerce & Industry for the year 2013-14 on 20 March 2013. The major highlight of the MoU are: • Projected surplus of ₹ 100 Crore by ITPO during FY 2013 14. • Investment proposal to be submitted for the redevelopment of Pragati Maidan into a modern and state-of-the-art integrated Exhibition-cum-Convention Centre, to the Union Cabinet for approval. • Other Targets: 850 man-days of training to its both senior and other employees during FY 2013-14 and reduction of electricity & water consumption by 5 percent and 10 percent respectively.
  • 30. The Main Activities & Services of ITPO are: • Participating in overseas trade fairs and exhibitions. • Arranging product displays for visiting overseas buyers. • Organising seminars/conferences/workshops on trade-related subjects. • Encouraging small and medium scale units in export promotion efforts.
  • 31. Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India Limited (ECGC) • The Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India Limited (ECGC) is a company wholly owned by the Government of India based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. • Government of India had initially set up Export Risks Insurance Corporation (ERIC) in July 1957. • It was transformed into Export Credit and Guarantee Corporation Limited (ECGC) in 1964 and to Export Credit Guarantee
  • 32.  ECGC is the fifth largest credit insurer of the world in terms of coverage of national exports.  The present paid-up capital of the company is Rs.900 crores and authorized capital Rs.1000 crores.
  • 33. How does ECGC help exporters? • Offers insurance protection to exporters against payment risks • Provides guidance in export-related activities • Makes available information on different countries with it's own credit ratings • Makes it easy to obtain export finance from banks/financial institutions • Assists exporters in recovering bad debts • Provides information on credit-worthiness of
  • 34. Export-Import (EXIM) Bank • The Export-Import (EXIM) Bank of India is the principal financial institution in India for coordinating the working of institutions engaged in financing export and import trade. • It was established on January 1, 1982 for the purpose of financing, facilitating and promoting foreign trade of India. • The authorised capital of the EXIM Bank is Rs. 200 crore and paid up capital is Rs. 100 crore.
  • 35. The main functions of the EXIM Bank are as follows: • (i) Financing of exports and imports of goods and services, not only of India but also of the third world countries; • (ii) Financing of exports and imports of machinery and equipment on lease basis; • (iii) Financing of joint ventures in foreign countries;
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