Government of India
Ministry of Commerce & Industry
Department of Commerce
Directorate General of Foreign Trade
Udyog Bhawan, New Delhi
Trade Notice No. 6/2013
Dated 31st July, 2013
All RAs of DGFT
Members of Trade
Export Promotion Councils
Subject: Inviting Suggestions to prevent unintended benefit under Incremental Export Incentivisation Scheme
Government had announced ˜Incremental Export Incentivisation Scheme™ vide Notification No. 27 dated 28.12.2012 and Notification No. 3 dated 18.04.2013.
2. In order to prevent unintended benefit under the scheme in cases where growth in exports is more than 25 % or the total incremental growth is Rs. 10 crore or more, RAs would have to be more careful. Their scrutiny of the claim may require, inter alia,
i. Calling for evidence of manufacture / purchase of export goods i.e. excise return/sales tax returns or any other evidence.
ii. Checking exports of company from whom goods have been purchased i.e. whether such company had done export in previous 2 years and quantum of exports in current year.
i. Calling for any other evidence to justify export growth and consequent entitlement of IEIS.
4. All stakeholders are requested / encouraged to give feedback /suggestion on the above matter preferably through e-mail to email@example.com up to 18.00 hrs on 20.08.2013.
Joint Director General of Foreign Trade
Issued from F. No. 01/61/180/188/AM13/PC3
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