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1 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Workshop on new Foreign Trade Policy

2 Foreign Trade Policy & Procedures FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Director General & CEO Ajay Sahai Director General & CEO

3 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Digital Initiatives For reward schemes, facility of uploading digitally signed documents by CA / CS / CoA being developed. Uploading of documents for Chapter 4 and 5 of FTP in the next phase. Facility to upload documents in Exporter / Importer Profile. No need to submit permanent records/ documents repeatedly, once uploaded. Landing documents of export consignment as proofs for notified market can be digitally uploaded. Online inter-ministerial consultations for approval of export of SCOMET items, Norms fixation, Import Authorisations, Export Authorisation.

4 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Trade Facilitation Facility of 24x7 Customs clearance for specified imports/ imports has been made available at 17 airports and 18 sea ports across the country. Time Release Study by CBEC for measuring actual performance. 3 Mandatory documents for exports and imports. Online complaint Registration and Monitoring. Online filing for exports from EDI ports: Hard copy of application/documents dispensed with. Single Window at Customs.

5 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Importer Exporter Code(IEC) One PAN one IEC. Directors/ Partners/Proprietors PAN DIN/ DPIN PAN details of signatory. Incomplete applications to be rejected, could be re- opened in 90 days else treated as withdrawn. Profile to be updated upon change immediately else at-least once in a year.

6 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Rules of Origin Rules for determining Origin clearly defined in paragraph of HB. Manufacturer Status holders eligible for self certification for Non –Preferential ROO. Approved Exporter Scheme for Self Certification for Preferential ROO : Appendix 2F. AES to be effective when incorporated into specific agreement with partner country(ies).

7 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Miscellaneous Provisions Application fee through NEFT / Credit/Debit Cards or TR 6 : Facility of DD /Pay order withdrawn. One application for one EDI ports: clubbing of applications for multiple EDI Ports withdrawn.. Clear procedure for placing in DEL and placing it in abeyance. For any benefit to a supporting manufacturer, the names of both supporting manufacturer and merchant exporter to figure in the concerned export documents, especially in ARE-1 / ARE-3 / Shipping Bill / Bill of Export/ Airway Bill.

8 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Merchandise Exports from India Scheme(MEIS) Schemes such as FPS, MLFPS, FMS, AIIS, IEIS and VKGUY [offering separate duty credit scrips with varying conditions] have been merged into a single Scheme viz., MEIS with no conditions attached thereto. MEIS Entitlement : 2% / 3% / 5% of FOB value of notified goods exported to notified markets [based on three distinct categories framed and covered in Appendix 3B].

9 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS MEIS (Contd…) Country Groups: Category A: Traditional Markets (30) - European Union (28), USA, Canada Category B: Emerging & Focus Markets (139): Africa (55), Latin America and Mexico (45), CIS countries (12), Turkey and West Asian countries (13), ASEAN countries (10), Japan, South Korea, China, Taiwan, Category C: Other Markets (70).

10 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS MEIS (Contd…) Features: FOB value of exports in free foreign exchange or FOB value of exports given in the Shipping Bills in free foreign exchange, whichever is less, shall be considered. Supplies made from DTA units to SEZ units which were eligible for FPS benefit hitherto [in the range of 2% to 5%], have now been specifically included in the ineligible categories. Declaration of intent even for exports under Chapter-4 & 5 The ineligible categories of sectors have been expanded.

11 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS E-Commerce Exports of notified goods using E commerce upto Rs 25,000 eligible for MEIS. Can be exported in manual mode from FPO at Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai Also through courier terminal at Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai Airports Required to submit express operator landing certificate /online web tracking reports for MEIS Categories needs to be expanded with inclusion of all garments.

12 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS SEIS Threshold : USD in last FY For individuals and Proprietorship : USD in last FY Only Mode 1 and Mode 2 services eligible. Under SFIS, the benefit was to ‘Indian Service Providers’. SEIS applies to ‘Service Providers located in India’ instead of ‘Indian Service Providers’. and 5% of NFE for Notified Services. NFE defined.

13 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS SEIS (Contd…) IEC holder if manufacturer and service provider, forex earning and total expenses to be considered for Service Sector only ? Service provider to have active IEC when rendering services. Export turnover of services unit under SEZ ineligible. Scrip to be used for imports of goods (clarity on CG), service tax payment, EO default, Composition fee and fee.

14 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS SEIS (Contd…) The entitlement rates under SEIS (3% / 5%) are substantially lower as compared to the entitlement of 10% under SFIS scheme. Sector using SFIS in optimum manner worse affected. Others get actual benefit. The list of notified services is largely the same as in case of the SFIS scheme. However, the list of notified services and the rates of rewards will be reviewed after

15 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Status Holder Change in name : New name to be reflected at all places Criteria in USD One Star Export House:US$ 3 Million Two Star Export House :US$ 25 Million Three Star Export House :US$ 100 Million Four Star Export house :US$ 500 Million Five Star Export House :US$2000 Million

16 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Criterion Threshold to be achieved as Aggregate exports in current + Previous 2 FYs For granting status, export performance is necessary in at least two out of three years. For deemed exports, FOR value of exports in Indian Rupees shall be converted into US$ at the exchange rate notified by the CBEC, as applicable on 1st April of each FY.

17 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Double Weightage Double weightage for (i)MSME. (ii) Manufacturing units having ISO/BIS. (iii) Units located in North Eastern States including Sikkim and Jammu & Kashmir. (iv) Units located in AEZs. A shipment can get double weightage only once in any one of the above category. Double Weightage shall be available for grant of One Star Export House Status category only. Double weightage withdrawn for Focus Areas, Units having WHO –GMP; HACCP, SEICMM Level II above, Services Exports

18 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS New Facilities Two star and above Export houses shall be permitted to establish Export Warehouses. Three Star and above Export House shall be entitled to get benefit of Accredited Clients Programme (ACP) as per the guidelines of CBEC (website: ACP covers all Status Holders ? The status holders would be entitled to preferential treatment and priority in handling of their consignments by the concerned agencies.

19 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS New Facilities (Contd…) Manufacturers status holders (Three Star/Four Star/Five Star) to self-certify their manufactured goods as originating from India for preferential treatment under various trading agreements (PTA). Gradually to be extended to all Status Holders. Manufacturer Status Holders to be eligible to self-certify their goods as originating from India as per Para (d) of Hand Book of Procedures. Status holders to be entitled to export freely exportable items on free of cost basis for export promotion subject to an annual limit of Rs 10 lakh or 2% of average annual export realization during preceding three licencing years whichever is higher

20 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Advance Authorisation Scheme Imports under Advance Authorisation exempted from Transition Product Specific Safeguard Duty also. Earlier, the exemption was for Basic Custom Duty, Additional Customs Duty, Education Cess, Anti-dumping Duty and Safeguard Duty. Supplies against Para 7.02 (c ) (d) and (g) not exempted from Anti-dumping Duty and Safeguard Duty and Transition Product Specific Safeguard Duty. Advance Authorization for annual requirement only for notified in SION No Advance Authorization for annual requirement if any inputs fall in App-4J

21 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Advance Authorisation Scheme (Contd…) Eligibility for Authorisation on self declared norms reduced from 500% to 300% for Status Holders. Non Status Holder to be eligible for 300% or Rs 10 Cr whichever more. A detailed list of items (including vegetables/edible oils, Cereals, Spices etc.) issued which are in-eligible for importation on self declaration basis. Representation against the decision of norms Committee to be made within 90 days of hosting. Composition fee of Rs 5000 for delayed representation. EO extension request with a self-declaration that unutilized inputs are available.

22 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS DFIA DFIA only for products under SION. No DFIA if SION prescribes any input with AU condition. DFIA facility not available for G&J sector. Separate DFIA for each SION and each port. DFIA imports only exempted from BCD. ACD for non excisable goods? Online application to Regional Authority before starting export under DFIA.

23 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS DFIA (Contd…) Exports to be completed within 12 months from the date of online filing. Applicant to indicate file number on the export documents viz. Shipping Bill / Airway Bill/ Bill of Export / ARE-1 / ARE-3, Central Excise certified Invoice. Request for issuance of transferable Duty Free Import Authorisation 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 realisation whichever later. No transitional arrangement for DFIA ?

24 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS EPCG For indigenous sourcing of Capital Goods, the specific Export Obligation reduced by 25% of the EO stipulated. Provision related to EPCG Authorization on Annual Requirement and Technological Upgradation of existing EPCG Machinery has been omitted The limit on value of spares imported has now been relaxed EO to be fulfilled through goods manufactured from EPCG machine

25 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS EPCG (Contd…) Units registered with BIFR/ Rehabilitation Department of State Government, to get extension of EO for 3 years from 12 years earlier, if not specifically mentioned in the BIFR order. Export of restricted goods under the authorisation now allowed, subject to the approval from Exim Facilitation Committee Validity of the authorization is now limited to 18 month from the date of issue of such authorization Time period for seeking extension of EO period increased from 30 days to 75 days from the expiry of original EO period

26 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Conversion from EOU to EPCG In case where standalone EOU/ SEZ unit converts: Maintenance of average EO not required EO would be 6 times of the proportionate duty saved amount of the depreciated value of Capital Goods In case one unit of the firm/ company opts to de-bond from EOU to EPCG Scheme, while other units are DTA units: Average EO would be fixed by excluding the exports made by the de-bonding unit from the total exports of the firm/ company EO would be 6 times of the proportionate duty saved amount of the depreciated value of Capital Goods of the de-bonding unit

27 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS EPCG (Contd…) CE certificate also accepted for installation certificate for Excisable Unit also. Clubbing of authorization restricted only in cases where endorsed products on the authorization are same/ similar. Authorisation holder given option of suo-motto payment of duty and interest. Period for maintenance of records after redemption of authorizations has been reduced to 2 years.

28 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS EOU Scheme FTP permits an EOU, to export a prohibited item on a case to case basis, provided raw materials are imported and there is no procurement of raw material from DTA. EOU units to achieve Positive NEE cumulatively in 5 years. In genuine cases of hardship, the period of 5 years can be extended for a period of upto 1 year by BoA. Time period for validity of LoP/LoI has been revised for faster implementation with an initial validity of 2 years (as oppose to 3 years earlier)

29 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS EOU Scheme (Contd…) Applications for setting up of units under EOU, including all units in services sector, shall be approved or rejected by the Units Approval Committee within 15 days. EOUs, EHTPs, STPs have been allowed to share infrastructural facilities among themselves after getting approval from Inter-Ministerial Standing Committee. Earlier, units are permitted to transfer capital goods to other EOUs, EHTPs, STPs, SEZ units. Now if transferred capital goods rejected by the recipient, the same can be returned to the supplying unit, without payment of duty

30 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS EOU Scheme (Contd…) Inter unit transfer of goods/services have been allowed among EOUs, EHTPs, STPs, and BTPs to facilitate group of those units to source inputs centrally in order to obtain bulk discount. A simplified procedure to be provided to fast track the de-bonding / exit of the STP/ EHTP units which has not availed any duty benefit on procurement of raw material, capital goods etc. EOUs have been allowed facility to set up Warehouses near the port of export.

31 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS EOU Scheme (Contd…) Authorised employees/persons of IT related EOU/STP/EHTP/BTP have been allowed the facility to work from a place outside the unit STP / EHTP units, software EOUs have been allowed the facility to use all duty free equipment/goods for training purposes (including commercial training). EOUs having physical export turnover of Rs. 10 Cr (Rs. 15 Cr earlier) and above, have been allowed the facility of fast track clearances of import and domestic procurement of goods.

32 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Deemed Exports The categories of supplies bifurcated between manufacturer and main/sub-contractor. Manufacturer: Supply of goods against Advance Authorisation / Advance Authorisation for annual requirement / DFIA; Supply of goods to EOU / STP / EHTP / BTP; Supply of capital goods against EPCG Authorisation; Supply of marine freight containers by 100% EOU (Domestic freight containers-manufacturers) The rest of the supplies are entitled for deemed export benefit by main/sub-contractors.

33 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Deemed Exports( Contd…) Earlier, DE benefit for supply of goods to nuclear power projects awarded through ICB was not available. Such supplies are now entitled for the benefit. The benefit of deemed export earlier available to projects funded by UN agencies has been extended to supplies made to UN or International Organization for their official use also. Exemption/refund against supply to DFIA is not available since CVD is not exempted.

34 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Deemed Exports( Contd…) Removal of agency : International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Fund; Yen Credit channelised through Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) (development component only) Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) Cases on random basis to be selected and scrutinized by internal audit team, headed by Joint DGFT.

35 FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS QUALITY COMPLAINTS AND TRADE DISPUTES A New Chapter on “Quality Complaints And Trade Disputes “ Introduced. For resolving such disputes at a faster pace, a Committee on Quality Complaints and Trade Disputes (‘CQCTD’) is being constituted in 22 offices with members from EPCs/FIEO/APEDA/EICs. CQCTD proceedings will only reconciliatory in nature.Aggrieved party is free to pursue any legal recourse.

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