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Notification No. 130/2016 -Customs (N.T.), dated 25th October, 2016

Notification No. 130/2016-Customs (N.T.) (25/10/2016)

Central Government Rescinds notification No. 66/1996 dated the 2nd September, 1996 vide its Notification No. 130/2016 -Customs (N.T.), dated 25th October, 2016...

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Notification No. 129/2016 -Customs (N.T.), dated 25th October, 2016

Notification No. 129/2016- Customs (N.T.) (25/10/2016)

Regarding appointment of Common Adjudicating Authority Notification No. 129/2016 -Customs (N.T.), dated 25th October, 2016...

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Notification No. 128/2016 -Customs (N.T.), dated 25th October, 2016

Notification No. 128/2016-Customs (N.T.) (25/10/2016)

Regarding appointment of Common Adjudicating Authority Notification No. 128/2016 -Customs (N.T.), dated 25th October, 2016...

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Compliance requirements prescribed for Import/Export of Aceton

It is acknowledged here that in preparing this e-book, the WCO training material as well as material from other sources including that available freely on internet have been used. Wherever possible, the source of material has been indicated in this e-book. It might be possible that for some material, we may not have specifically mentioned...

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Interrogation under Customs Act 1962 and allied Acts

Customs authorities are empowered to investigate offences under the Customs Act and allied acts and in connection with the investigation, exercise powers conferred under relevant sections of the Customs Act 1962 and such allied Acts. ...

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All about Integrity in Customs department of India

Though all efforts have been made to make this document error free, but it is possible that some errors might have crept into the document. If you notice any errors, the same may be brought to the notice to the NACEN, RTI, Kanpur on the Email addresses: rtinacenkanpur@yahoo.co.in or goyalcp@hotmail.com (Email address of ADG, NACEN, RTI, K...

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Classification, Labelling & Transport of Hazardous Goods

All precursor Chemicals for IEDs (except Urea and Calcium Ammonium Nitrate) are considered to be hazardous chemicals. In the United Nations, all work related to Hazardous Material is dealt by the Committee of Experts under the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Under the Committee of Experts, following two sub­committees have been ...

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Matrix of Legal Provisions applicable to Precursor Chemicals for IEDs

Article briefly describe important legal provisions in India relating to Hazardous Chemicals/Dangerous Goods and Precursor Chemicals/Detonator used for IEDs ...

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Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) Programme in India

Note: 1. In this E-book, attempts have been made to explain about Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) Programme in India. It is expected that it will help departmental officers in their day to day work. 2. Though all efforts have been made to make this document error free, but it is possible that some errors might […]...

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E-Book on Identification of Precursor Chemicals

In this E-book, attempts have been made to explain as to how to Identify Precursor Chemicals. It is expected that it will help departmental officers in their day-to-day work....

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Custom duty is an indirect tax which is applicable on goods which are imported into India and a few goods which are exported out of India. Globally, countries levy custom duties over import and export of goods for raising revenue and also for shielding their domestic companies from competitors from several other countries. Custom duty in India is imposed on almost universally all the goods which are imported into India. Export duties are imposed on few goods as provided under Second Schedule. These duties are not imposed on few items such as lifesaving drugs or equipment, food grains, fertilizers etc. Import duties are divided into basic duty, true countervailing duty, additional customs duty, protective duty, anti-dumping duty and education cess.

Customs duty in India is imposed according to the value of the goods or their weight, dimension and other various criteria as per the goods. Where the duties are based on goods value, then the custom duties are known as ad valorem duties, and where the duty is based on quantity or weight, the duties are known as specific duties.

Customs Act, 1962 empowers the government of India for levying customs duty, prohibiting import and export of goods, framing policies for exporting and importing and penalties, offences etc. All the matters which are related to custom duty comes under the CBEC (Central Board of Excise & Customs). The Central Board of Excise & Customs also formulates policies with respect to custom duty rate, smuggling prevention and administrative decisions that are related to customs formations.

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