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Extending the Single Window Interface for Facilitation of Trade (SWIFT) to Exports

Dated 4th January, 2017 | Copy of | Customs Circular No.1/2017 |  F.No.450/101/2016-Cus-IVGovernment of IndiaMinistry of FinanceDepartment of Revenue(Central Board of Excise and Customs)New Delhi To,All Chief Commissioners of Customs/Customs (Preventive),All Chief Commissioners of Customs and Central Excise,All Principal/Commissioners of Customs/Customs (Preventive),All Principal/Commissioners of Customs and Central Excise. Extending the Single Window Interface for Facilitation of Trade (SWIFT) to Exports - reg. Kind reference is invited to Board’s Circulars No.03/2016 dated 03.02.2016 and No.09/2015 dated 31.03.2015 regarding the Indian Customs Single Window (SWIFT). This project envisages that the importers and exporters would electronically lodge their Customs clearance documents at a single point only with the Customs. The required permission, if any, from other regulatory agencies would be obtained online without the importer/exporter having to separately ...

Customs extends SWIFT to test online export of wildlife cargo

The Dollar Business Bureau With the successful implementation of SWIFT for imports and exports, the Government has asked CBEC to test run the online release from Partner Government Agencies (PGAs) for exports from January 5, 2017. The pilot project is to be tested at Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai Air cargo complexes during the handling of wildlife items that are listed under Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).  Since these items require special handling and the concerned officers at the above-mentioned air cargo complexes have to inspect and certify by endorsing on relevant CITES permits. Though handling and shipping of endangered flora and fauna are restricted to pass through seven earmarked ports, the CBEC has for its ...

Indian Swift races past 50 lakh sales globally

Source: PTI Suzuki Motor Corporation (SMC) on Monday said its compact hatchback Swift has crossed 50 lakh cumulative sales mark globally out of which India accounted for 54 per cent. The company sold 54 per cent of the 50 lakh units in India, 17 per cent in Europe, 10 per cent in Japan and 19 per cent in other parts of the globe. "The Swift is truly a world strategic car, having been produced in countries including Japan, Hungary, India, China, Pakistan and Thailand, and favoured and widely accepted globally from emerging market such as India, to developed market such as Japan and Europe," SMC said in a statement. Since its launch in 2004, the Swift has brought innovative changes to Suzuki's car-making, earning ...

SAARC countries must develop socially inclusive trade practices

The Dollar Business Bureau Trade among SAARC nations is way below the desired figures and currency turbulence caused in the region reinforces the need for developing regional synergy to keep the economies stable, Bangladeshi central bank chief said. Addressing a meeting on ‘SAARC Financial Integration: Progress and Prospects’ in Mumbai on Tuesday, Atiur Rahman, Governor of Bangladesh Bank, asked the SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) members to develop “socially inclusive, sustainable and environment-friendly trade practices” so as to ensure “financial integration” in the region. The meeting was part of the two-day banking conference FIBAC 2015 organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and Indian Banks' Association (IBA). About the bilateral trade between India and ...