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Notification No. 2(RE-98)/1997-2002, Dated: 13.04.1998

Notification No. 2(RE-98)/1997-2002 (13/04/1998)

Plant and Plant portions, derivatives and extracts (including value added herbal formulations) of the cultivated varieties of the above species (excluding Sl. No. 16) will be allowed for export subject to production of a Certificate of Cultivation from the Regional Deputy Director (Wildlife), or Chief Conservator of Forests or Divisional ...

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Public Notice No. 3 (RE-98)/1997-2002, Dated: 13.04.1998

Public Notice No. 3 (RE-98)/1997-2002 (13/04/1998)

Attention is invited to the Public Notice No. 26/1997-2002, dated 14th July 1997, wherein the conditions and procedures to be followed in respect of export of sandalwood in the form of heartwood chips, mixed chips, flakes of the sandalwood classes mentioned in Annexure I to the said Public Notice, Sapwood chips/powder and sandalwood dust ...

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Procedures & Conditions to be followed for export of Sandalwood De-oiled Spent Dust

Public Notice No. 2 (RE-98)/1997-2002 (13/04/1998)

Export of Sandalwood De-oiled Spent Dust shall be permitted only through the ports of Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta and Chennai after physical verification of consignments by the concerned Regional Wildlife Warden of the Ministry of Environment & Forests....

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Clarification on the erstwhile Pass Book Scheme issued under Exim Policy, 1992-97 Regarding utilisation of credits

Policy Circular No. 24 (RE-98)/98-99 (23/07/1998)

All the Designated Authorities of Pass Book Scheme and Commissioners of Customs are, therefore, advised that they must finalise the claims and grant credits, wherever admissible, positively latest by 30. 9.1998. This issues with the approval of Director General of Foreign Trade. ...

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The DGFT (Directorate General of foreign Trade) is the agency under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of the Government of India which governs the execution of policies related to import and export in the country. Till 1991 it was known as CCI&E (Chief Controller of Imports & Exports). It plays a very significant role in developing trading relations with several other nations and therefore assists in enhancing not just economic growth but also offers impetus required by the trade industry. To promote exports and imports, DGFT has established several of its regional offices throughout the country.

Some of the important functions of DGFT can be summed up as below:

  • DGFT is entrusted with the responsibility to implement several policies on trade, for instance, the Foreign Trade Policy.
  • Directorate General of Foreign Trade is the licensing authority for licensing the importers, exporters, and import and export business.
  • DGFT could restrict, prohibit and regulate imports and exports.
  • DGFT has a significant role in issuing Public Notices, Notifications, Circulars, etc.
  • DGFT grants ten digit Importer Exporter Code (IEC) that are the primary requirement for Importing and Exporting activities
  • DGFT launches several schemes time to time about trade benefits across the country.
  • DGFT has launched the ITC (HS CODE) Schedule-1 for import goods and Schedule-2 for Export goods.

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