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Introduction
An exporter without any commercial contract is completely exposed of foreign exchange risks that arises due to the probability of an adverse change in exchange rates. Therefore, it becomes important for the exporter to gain some knowledge about the foreign exchange rates, quoting of exchange rates and various factors determining the exchange rates. In this section, we have discussed various topics related to foreign exchange rates in detail.

Export from India required special document depending upon the type of product and destination to be exported. Export Documents not only gives detail about the product and its destination port but are also used for the purpose of taxation and quality control inspection certification.

Shipping Bill / Bill of Export
Shipping Bill/ Bill of Export is the main document required by the Customs Authority for allowing shipment. A shipping bill is issued by the shipping agent and represents some kind of certificate for all parties, included ship's owner, seller, buyer and some other parties. For each one represents a kind of certificate document.

Documents Required for Post Parcel Customs Clearance

In case of Post Parcel, no Shipping Bill is required. The relevant documents are mentioned below:

  • Customs Declaration Form - It is prescribed by the Universal Postal Union (UPU) and international apex body coordinating activities of national postal administration. It is known by the code number CP2/ CP3 and to be prepared in quadruplicate, signed by the sender.

  • Despatch Note- It is filled by the exporter to specify the action to be taken by the postal department at the destination in case the address is non-traceable or the parcel is refused to be accepted.

  • Commercial Invoice - Issued by the exporter for the full realisable amount of goods as per trade term.

  • Consular Invoice - Mainly needed for the countries like Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Mauritius, New Zealand, Burma, Iraq, Ausatralia, Fiji, Cyprus, Nigeria, Ghana, Zanzibar etc. It is prepared in the prescribed format and is signed/ certified by the counsel of the importing country located in the country of export. 

  • Customs Invoice - Mainly needed for the countries like USA, Canada, etc. It is prepared on a special form being presented by the Customs authorities of the importing country. It facilitates entry of goods in the importing country at preferential tariff rate.

  • Legalised / Visaed Invoice - This shows the seller's genuineness before the appropriate consulate or chamber or commerce/ embassy.

  • Certified Invoice - It is required when the exporter needs to certify on the invoice that the goods are of a particular origin or manufactured/ packed at a particular place and in accordance with specific contract. Sight Draft and Usance Draft are available for this. Sight Draft is required when the exporter expects immediate payment and Usance Draft is required for credit delivery.

  • Packing List - It shows the details of goods contained in each parcel / shipment.

  • Certificate of Inspection – It is a type of document describing the condition of goods and confirming that they have been inspected.

  • Black List Certificate - It is required for countries which have strained political relation. It certifies that the ship or the aircraft carrying the goods has not touched those country(s).

  • Manufacturer's Certificate - It is required in addition to the Certificate of Origin for few countries to show that the goods shipped have actually been manufactured and is available.

  • Certificate of Chemical Analysis - It is required to ensure the quality and grade of certain items such as metallic ores, pigments, etc.

  • Certificate of Shipment - It signifies that a certain lot of goods have been shipped.

  • Health/ Veterinary/ Sanitary Certification - Required for export of foodstuffs, marine products, hides, livestock etc.

  • Certificate of Conditioning - It is issued by the competent office to certify compliance of humidity factor, dry weight, etc.

  • Antiquity Measurement – It is issued by Archaeological Survey of India in case of antiques.

  • Shipping Order - Issued by the Shipping (Conference) Line which intimates the exporter about the reservation of space of shipment of cargo through the specific vessel from a specified port and on a specified date.

  • Cart/ Lorry Ticket - It is prepared for admittance of the cargo through the port gate and includes the shipper's name, cart/ lorry No., marks on packages, quantity, etc.

  • Shut Out Advice - It is a statement of packages which are shut out by a ship and is prepared by the concerned shed and is sent to the exporter.

  • Short Shipment Form - It is an application to the customs authorities at port which advises short shipment of goods and required for claiming the return.

 

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What is New?

Date: 17-11-2017
Notification No. 88/2017-Customs
Seeks to increase import tariff rate of soya beans from 30% to 45%.

Date: 17-11-2017
Notification No. 87/2017-Customs
Seeks to (1) Increase the BCD on crude palm oil of edible grade from 15% to 30%; and (2) Increase the BCD on refined palm oil of edible grade from 25% to 40%. (3) Increase the BCD on crude sunflower oil from 12.5% to 25%; (4) Increase the BCD on refined sunflower oil of edible grade from 20% to 35%; (5) Increase the BCD on crude soya bean oil from 17.5% to 30%; (6) Increase the BCD on refined soya bean oil from 20% to 35%; (7) Increase the BCD on crude rapeseed oil including canola oil (Low erucic acid rapeseed oil), mustard oil and colza oil from 12.5% to 25%; (8) Increase the BCD on refined rapeseed oil including canola Oil (Low erucic acid rapeseed oil), mustard oil, and colza oil from 20% to 35%;

Date: 16-11-2017
Notification No. 110/2017 - Customs (N.T.)
Exchange Rates Notification No.110/2017-Custom(NT) dated 16.11.2017

Date: 15-11-2017
Notification No. 109/2017 - Customs (N.T.)
Tariff Notification in respect of Fixation of Tariff Value of Edible Oils, Brass Scrap, Poppy Seeds, Areca Nut, Gold and Sliver- Reg

Date: 15-11-2017
Notification No. 66/2017-Central Tax
Seeks to exempt all taxpayers from payment of tax on advances received in case of supply of goods

Date: 15-11-2017
Notification No. 65/2017-Central Tax
Seeks to exempt suppliers of services through an e-commerce platform from obtaining compulsory registration

Date: 15-11-2017
Notification No. 64/2017-Central Tax
Seeks to limit the maximum late fee payable for delayed filing of return in FORM GSTR-3B from October, 2017 onwards

Date: 15-11-2017
Notification No. 63/2017-Central Tax
Seeks to extend the due date for submission of details in FORM GST-ITC-04

Date: 15-11-2017
Notification No. 62/2017-Central Tax
Seeks to extend the time limit for furnishing the return in FORM GSTR-6 for the month of July, 2017

Date: 15-11-2017
Notification No. 61/2017-Central Tax
Seeks to extend the time limit for furnishing the return in FORM GSTR-5A for the months of July to October, 2017



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