October 19, 2010 by Post Team
DGFT, The DGFT, which provides a set of guidelines and a framework for importers and exporters who want to trade in India, has announced two new notifications on 30. 09. 2010 and a circular on 07/09/2010. A notification on the ban on export of edible oils and the other is in relation to amendments No.58/2009-14 notification dated 17.08.2010 (the export of cotton.) The new circular on the export of sugar – the reintroduction of the system of export orders release of the World Economic Forum 01/01/2009 for export under the authorization of OGL / Advance Base “ton ton” reg. These notices are available on InfodriveIndia.com.
Ban on exports of edible oils is an important step in the sense that the people of India who can not afford to edible oils due to high prices will be able to buy. Since inflation is in place, the poor have been hit hard as they can not benefit them. DGFT India, a government organization in India, is responsible for the formulation of such EXIM and early Indians and Indian importers of the country. Access to information about politics is very necessary for operators to run their business. DGFT Delhi is in IP Bhawan, New Delhi and all notices may also be obtained on our website is updated regularly. DGFT Delhi is the Zonal Office (North) under the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India, with nine regional offices under his jurisdiction. This policy information is also available.
These notifications and circulars help marketers to keep up with the latest restrictions or extrications of goods or services. Whatever happens in India’s trade policy, India Infodrive updates on its website. The dealers do not have to log on the website of DGFT India now. You can see the new notifications and circulars on the website Infrodrive of India and therefore act accordingly.
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