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Exportimportdocumentationandstepsforsuccessful 110906103348-phpapp01

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    Exportimportdocumentationandstepsforsuccessful 110906103348-phpapp01 Exportimportdocumentationandstepsforsuccessful 110906103348-phpapp01 Presentation Transcript

    • - Akshay Samant
    • Export / Import – Terms /DefinitionsExporter means a person who exports or intends toexport and holds an importer – exporter code numberunless otherwise specifically exemptedCategories of ExportersManufacturer Exporter – Manufacturing activityMerchant exporter – trading activityAEZ – Agricultural export zone notified by DGFT
    • BTP – biotechnology parkEHTP – electronic hardware technology parkEOU – export oriented unitService provider – supply of service from India to anyother country.SEZ – special economic zone notified by ministry ofcommerce and industry.
    • Status holder – exporter recognized as export house /trading house by DGFTSTP – software technology parkImporter – a person who imports or intends to importand holds an importer – exporter code number unlessotherwise specifically exempted.
    • Actual user Either industrial or non industrialCapital goods – plant, machinery, equipment oraccessories required for manufacture & productionDrawback Rebate on duty chargeable on any imported material orexercisable material used in the manufacture of goods whichhas been exported
    • Exercisable goods Goods produced or manufactured in India and subject to aduty of excise under the central excise actExport obligation The obligation to export the product or products covered bythe authorization or permission in terms of quality value ofboth, as may be prescribed or specified by the competentauthority.Infrastructural facilities Industrial, commercial and social infrastructure or any otherfacility for the development of the special economic zone asnotified.
    • Third party exports Export made by exporter or manufacturer on behalf ofanother exporter, in such case shipping bills shall indicatethe name of both the exporter / manufacturer and exporters.
    • Export informationVarious publications of chambers of commerceExport promotion councilsBanks & other institutions engaged in internationaltradePrivate publications / project reports available oncertain fees.
    • Export commodity / productselectionManufacturing capacity / manufacture exportAvailability of the manufactured goods – merchantexporterDemand on importing countryPolicy, regulation in exporter / importer countriesTotal profitability taking into account incentivesavailableImport replenishment available if any.
    • Quota fixation if any in both the countriesKnowledge & experience of similar exporter invarious countries
    • Obtaining particulars of foreignbuyersTrade representatives of foreign govt. In IndiaIndian trade representatives abroadExport promotion councils & commodity boards,govt. & semi govt. agenciesInternational trade directoriesYellow pagesParticipating / visiting in international trade fairs &exhibitions in India & abroad
    • Reading materialsNewspapers, trade bulletins, magazines, journalspublished by various agencies.Advertising in Indian as well as foreign newspaper,magazines & journal.Relatives, friends & other contacts in foreigncountries.