R. Kumar, B.Com. MBA (Finance)

The Director General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) has issued a public notice no. 31 dated 21st November 2012, allowing recipient of goods also to claim refund of terminal excise duty (TED) against deemed export supplies on production of a disclaimer form  from the supplier. 

Explanation:-

Deemed Exports:-

Deemed Exports refer to those transactions in which goods supplied do not leave country, and payment for such supplies is received either in Indian rupees or in free foreign exchange.

Categories of Supply:

Following categories of supply of goods by main / subcontractors shall be regarded as “Deemed Exports”, provided goods are manufactured in India:

  1. requirement / DFIA;
  1. Supply of goods to EOU / STP / EHTP / BTP;
  1. Supply of capital goods to EPCG Authorisation holders;
  1. Supply of goods to projects financed by multilateral or bilateral Agencies / Funds as notified by Department of Economic Affairs (DEA), MoF under International Competitive Bidding (ICB) in accordance with procedures of those Agencies / Funds, where legal agreements provide for tender evaluation without including customs duty; Supply and installation of goods and equipment (single responsibility of turnkey contracts) to projects financed by multilateral or bilateral Agencies / Funds as notified by DEA, MoF under ICB, in accordance with procedures of those Agencies / Funds, which bids may have been invited and evaluated on the basis of Delivered Duty Paid (DDP) prices for goods manufactured abroad;
  1. Supply of capital goods, including in unassembled / disassembled condition as well as plants, machinery, accessories, tools, dies and such goods which are used for installation purposes till stage of commercial production, and spares to extent of 10% of FOR value to fertilizer plants;
  1. Supply of goods to any project or purpose in respect of which the MoF, by a notification, permits import of such goods at zero customs duty;
  1. Supply of goods to power projects and refineries not covered in (f) above;
  1. Supply of marine freight containers by 100% EOU (Domestic freight containers-manufacturers) provided said containers are exported out of India within 6 months or such further period as permitted by customs;
  1. Supply to projects funded by UN Agencies; and
  1. Supply of goods to nuclear power projects through competitive bidding as opposed to ICB.

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0 responses to “Deemed Export- Refund of Terminal Excise Duty (TED)”

  1. PANKAJAKSHAN P says:

    Sir we need a clarification on the following:-
    A company engaged in the business of Offshore Cosntruction activities such New Platforms, Reconstruction of Exisisting Platforms and Pipe Laying Activities.

    Presently engaged in ONGC Projects on International Competetive Bidding ( ICB ) Norms. Payments are being received in US Dollars, Euro and also in INR. The main line of business and activities are covered in the Appendix 41 of FTP.

    ARE those Companies engaged in ONGC Projects under ICB and payments received in Foreign Ccurrencies are eligbile for SIFS Scheme. Your valuable repy is highly appreciable.

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