3. EXIM POLICY
The foreign trade of India is guided by
the Export Import policy of the govt. of
Regulated by the foreign trade
development and regulatory Act 1992.
Exim policy contain various policy
decissions with respect to import and
exports from the country
Exim policy is prepared and
announced by the central govt.
4. GENERAL OBJECTIVE OF
To establish the framework for globlization
To promote the productivity competitiveness of
To Encourage the attainment of high and
internationally accepted standards of quality
6. MARKET DIVERSIFICATION
diversification of Indian exports to other markets.
(a) 27 new countries have been included within the
ambit of Focus Market Scheme.
(b) The incentives provided under Focus Market
Scheme have been increased from 2.5% to 3%.
(c) There has been a significant increase in the
outlay under ‘Market Linked Focus Product
Scheme’ by inclusion of more markets and
7. TECHNOLOGICAL UPGRADATION
Zero duty has been introduced for certain engineering
products, electronic products, basic chemicals and
pharmaceuticals, apparel and textile, plastics,
handicrafts, chemicals and allied products and leather
and leather products.
The existing 3% EPCG Scheme has been considerably
A number of products including automobiles and other
engineering products have been included for incentives
under Focus Product, and Market Linked Focus Product
Steps to encourage Project Exports shall be taken.
8. SUPPORT TO STATUS HOLDERS
The Government recognized ‘Status Holders’
contribute approx. 60% of India’s goods exports.
additional duty credit scrip can be used for import of
capital goods by these status holders.
The status holder incentive scrip scheme is being
expanded to cover more export product groups.
9. AGRICULTURE AND VILLAGE INDUSTRY
Vishesh Krishi and Gram Udyog Yojana.
Capital goods imported under EPCG will be
Import of restricted items.
Import of inputs such as pesticides are permitted.
New towns of export excellence with a threshold
limit of Rs 150 crore shall be notified.
2% bonus benefits.
Specific funds for promoting handloom exports.
Duty free import entitlement of specified trimmings
Duty free import entitlement of hand knotted carpet
Duty free import of old pieces of hand knotted.
Duty free import.
Specific funds are earmarked.
CVD is exempted on duty free import of trimmings
Machinery and equipment are exempt from
All handicraft exports would be treated as special
2% bonus benefits under Focus Product Scheme
for Handicraft exports.
12. GEMS & JEWELLERY
Import of gold of 8k and above is allowed
Duty Free Import Entitlement of Consumables, Tools
and additional items.
13. LEATHER AND FOOTWEAR
Additional 2% bonus benefits under Focus Product
Duty free import entitlement of specified items
Machinery and equipment shall be exempted from
basic customs duty.
14. MARINE SECTOR
Duty free import of specified specialised inputs /
chemicals and flavouring oils.
Marine products are incentivized at special higher rate
Marine sector included for benefits under zero duty
15. SPORTS GOODS AND TOYS
Duty free import of specified specialised inputs
Sports goods and toys shall be treated as a Priority
Fast track clearance
Treated as special focus products
2% bonus benefits for Sports Goods & Toys.
16. GREEN PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGIES
India aims to become a hub for production and export
of green products and technologies.
special initiative will be taken to promote development
and manufacture of such products and technologies
17. INCENTIVES FOR EXPORTS FROM THE
NORTH EASTERN REGION
In order to give a fillip to exports of products from the
north-eastern States, notified products of this region
would be incentivized under Reward Schemes of
Chapter 3 of FTP.