Budget 2018- Explanatory memorandum to Notifications no. 01/2018-Central Excise to 13/2018- Central Excise all Dated 2nd February 2018:-

S. NO. Notification No. Description
1. 1/2018- Central Excise dated 2nd February 2018 Seeks     to   rescind   notification   No.    10/2015-Central Excise dated 01.03.2015
2. 2/2018- Central Excise dated 2nd February 2018 Seeks     to   rescind   notification   No.    11/2015-Central Excise dated 01.03.2015
3. 3/2018- Central Excise dated 2nd February 2018 Seeks     to   rescind   notification   No.    38/2004-Central Excise dated 04.08.2004
4. 4/2018- Central Excise dated 2nd February 2018 Seeks     to   rescind   notification   No.    62/2008-Central Excise dated 24.12.2008
5. 5/2018- Central Excise dated 2nd February 2018 Seeks     to   rescind   notification   No.   21/2009-Central Excise dated 07.07.2009
6. 6/2018- Central Excise dated 2nd February 2018 Seeks     to   rescind   notification   No.   29/2002-Central Excise dated 13.05.2002
7. 7/2018- Central Excise dated 2nd February 2018 Seeks to exempt Additional Duty of Excise (Road Cess), levied under section 111 of the Finance ( No.2) Act, 1998
8. 8/2018- Central Excise dated 2nd February 2018 Seeks to exempt Additional Duty of Excise (Road Cess), levied under section 133 of the Finance Act, 1999
9. 9/2018- Central Excise dated 2nd February 2018 Seeks to amend the notification No. 11/2017 dated 30.06.2017 so as to reduce the rate of Basic Excise Duty (BED) on petrol diesel by Rs. 2/- per litre.
10. 10/2018- Central Excise dated 2nd February 2018 Seeks to exempt duties of excise on the goods falling within the Fourth Schedule to the Central Excise Act, 1944, in excess of amount calculated at the rate of 50%
11. 11/2018- Central Excise dated 2nd February 2018 Seeks to exempt the 5% ethanol blended petrol from the additional duty of excise (road and infrastructure cess) levied under clause 110 of the Finance Bill 2018.
12. 12/2018- Central Excise dated 2nd February 2018 Seeks to exempt the 10% ethanol blended petrol from the additional duty of excise (road and infrastructure cess) levied under clause 110 of the Finance Bill 2018.
13. 13/2018- Central Excise dated 2nd February 2018 Seeks to exempt high speed diesel oil blended with alkyl esters of long chain fatty acids obtained from vegetables oils, commonly known as bio-diesels, up to 20% by volume, that is, a blend, consisting 80% or more of high speed diesel oil from the additional duty of excise (road and infrastructure cess) levied under clause 110 of the Finance Bill 2018.

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