Export Incentives & Foreign Trade Policy

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Event Details

Export Incentives & Foreign Trade Policy - Nov 27, 2018

Introduction :

The New Foreign Trade Policy 2015-20 has considered various policy changes such as simplification and amalgamation of incentives schemes, revamping of incentives schemes for services exports, focus on reduction of transaction cost, incentives to SEZs, eliminating bottlenecks for doing business, etc. Export Incentives form the vital part of the policy. These incentives influence competitiveness of the exporters and help them explore new markets too. The new FTP aims at creating a strong support system for getting the vision of “Make in India” into the reality.
 
Objective : 
To understand procedures and benefits of Export Incentives
To familiarize with various policy changes that impact exporters and support systems

Course Content :

I) Indirect Taxation and Export Benefits:
  • Basic Concepts and definitions – Input, Capital Goods and Output

  • Understanding the Foreign Trade Policy (FTP)

  • Exports from India Schemes under Chapter 3 of FTP

  • Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS)

  • Service Exports from India Scheme (SEIS)

  • Star Export House – Status Certificate

  • Duty Exemption/Remission Scheme

  • Advance Authorisation (AA)

  • Annual Advance Authorisation (AAA)

  • Duty Free Import Authorisation (DFIA)

  • Duty Drawback Scheme

  • Zero Duty Export Promotion Capital Goods Scheme (EPCG)

  • Future of Incentives

  • Deemed Exports

  • Exports and GST


II) Export Incentives:
  • What are treated as Incentives under WTO

  • Prohibited subsidies

  • India’s Commitment

  • Current Incentives under Foreign Trade Policy

  • How incentives are treated under WTO agreements

  • Anti-subsidy and Countervailing measures- India’s stand

  • Anti- Dumping and Safeguard Measures

 
Mr. Mihir Shah is associated with international business for last 13 years. He has experience of handling export documentation, incentive and marketing work of various products. He has been a regular faculty and trainer for several EPCs, Associations and Export Import Organizations.

 Bombay Chamber, Mackinnon Mackenzie Bldg, 3rd Floor, Ballard Estate, Mumbai -400001

Revati Khare || Manager - Information & Communication Technology Committee

Tel: 22 6120 0231 (M): 91 9892029473

 Participation Fee :   

Members  Rs. 4000 + 18% GST
Non-Members  Rs. 4500 + 18% GST

3 participant 10% discount, 5 participants 15% discount

 

Bank Details for NEFT

Account No.

02422418061924

IFSC CODE

DCBL0000024

Bank Name

DCB Bank

Branch Address

Mahim (024), Mumbai

Cheque /Demand Draft should be drawn in favor of “BOMBAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY”.

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