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Import Licensing Notes



(1) Import is restricted in terms of Interim PIC Procedure of Rotterdam Convention on Prior Informed Consent procedure for hazardous chemicals and pesticides.


(2) Import of rough marble blocks will be subject to condition laid down in Notification No. 37 dated 26th August, 2013.



(3) Import of Marble, Classified under Chapter 25 and 68, from Bhutan shall be subject to a combined annual quota of 10 Lakh Square Ft (5882 MT). The quota shall com into effect immediately and shall operate on a financial year basis. Monitoring and allocation of the quota shall be made by the Government of Bhutan.


(4) In additional to this condition, import of these items shall, however, be subject to all the conditions applicable on imports under ISFTA and the imports can be made through any EDI Port.



(5) Facility for Indian companies who have invested in Mining abroad.



This will be subject to conditions laid down as under:


5(A) Eligibility




  1. Mining company where such investment is made must be a 100% subsidiary o the Indian Company.

  2. Minimum investment should be Rupees 10 crores as on 31.03.2013 and is subsisting.

  3. Such investment should only be in plant and machinery. No plant and machinery on leased basis will be considered.

  4. The overseas mining company should be operational and have operating license in its own name.



(B) Quantity to be Permitted



  1. Only marble block produced from its own quarries overseas shall be allowed
    for import.

  2. The total annual import quantity will be limited to 1 lakh MT.

  3. The quantity to be allocated for import per applicant shall not exceed
    30,000 MT or the total quantity of marble mined and sold from its overseas mines
    in the previous financial year, whichever is less. (Reference to to financial
    year would be Indian financial year i.e. 1st April 2012 - 31st 2013)

  4. If the quantity imported by the eligible applicants exceeds 1 lakh MT, then
    allocation will be on a pro rata basis. Distribution of pro rata allocation will
    be on the basis of total sale of quantity produced in the previous financial
    year from its mines overseas. Quantum of sale shall be certified by an
    independent Chartered Accountant and will be accompanied will annual accounts of
    foreign mines(subsidiary of Indian Company).



(C) Filling of Application



Applications should reach DGFT(HQ) office at Udyog Bhawan, New Delhi before 5pm on 5th September 2013.



(D) Floor Price


Such imports shall be subject to a floor price of US$ 325 per Metric Tonne (MT).


(E) ITC HS Codes


Such imports shall be permissible under ITC HS Codes 25151100 and 25151210.



(F) Actual User Condition


All authorisations shall be subject to actual user condition.


(G) Monthly return


Authorisation holders shall fire monthly returns regarding imports made by
them, to the concerned Regional Authority of GDFT by the 15th of each succeeding
month in which authorisation is obtained (for example if a authorisation is
obtained on 13th September, the authorisation holder will file
monthly return by 15th of October and for each month thereafter).
This is mandatory requirement.


(H) Validity of Import authorisation


Authorisation for import of marble will have a validity of 12 months from
date of issue.








[Old] will be amended to read as follows: (Ref.


DGFT Notification No.36/2009-2014, Dated : 31st MARCH, 2010 )



(A) A number of representations have been received from the various Associations


of marble manufacturers/processors for review of the regime governing import of


marble. The matter has been considered carefully by the Government. The

following Policy provisions will henceforth be applicable for import of Rough


Marble Blocks for the financial year 2010-11. This Policy will supersede earlier


Policy /Guidelines for issue of import licences of Rough Marble Blocks.



(B) Attention is invited to EXIM Code Nos. 25151100 and 25151210 indicated in


Schedule-1 (Imports) of ITC (HS) Classifications of Export and Import Items. As


per the provisions contained therein, import of Marble and Travertine - Crude or


Roughly trimmed and merely cut, by sawing or otherwise, into blocks of a

rectangular (including square) shape is restricted and subject to import

licensing procedures.



C) The applications for import licence for import of rough marble blocks under


the above mentioned EXIM Codes will be considered in the following manner: -







I. Eligibility of the units will be decided based on the following two criteria:







(a) Units who have installed marble gangsaw machine (except 100% EOUs and units


in SEZ) on or prior to 23.10.2009. The marble gangsaw machine shall be in the


name of the applicant only. No gangsaw on “Lease Basis” shall be considered for


the purpose of allocation of import entitlement. The Units should have been in


operation for 5 years prior to 1st April of the current licensing year, 2009-10.



(b) All eligible units as per (a) above should have indigenous sales turnover of


processed marble slabs/tiles only, of Rs. 1.00 Crore (Rupees one Crore only) and


above in each of the previous five financial years (i.e. for the financial years


2004-05 to 2008-09).







II. Floor Price-



It is further clarified that these licences for import of crude or roughly

trimmed marble blocks or Merely cut, by sawing or otherwise into blocks of a


rectangular (including square) shape shall be subject to a floor price of US$


275 per Metric Tonne (MT), which shall be endorsed on all licences.



III. Entitlement:











The total import of Rough Marble Blocks under EXIM Code Nos. 25151100 and

25151210 will be subject to a ceiling of 3 lakh MT for the whole of the

licensing year, 2010-11. Eligible unit will be entitled for an import licence on


the basis of average indigenous sales turnover of processed marble slabs/tiles


only, in the previous five financial years. The quantity so calculated will


however be subject to the following overall ceiling: -



(a) Unit having one marble gang saw machine will be entitled for a maximum

licence of 3,000 MT of rough marble blocks;



(b) Units having more than one marble gang saw machine will be entitled for a


maximum licence of 3000 MT of rough marble blocks for the first gang saw

machine, and 1500 MT of rough marble blocks for each of the additional marble


gang saw machines.











IV. All licences shall be subject to actual user condition.







V. In this regard, Licence holders shall file monthly returns regarding imports


made by them, to the concerned Regional Authority of DGFT.







VI. The eligible applicants may file an application (after the applications are


so invited for the said licensing year) in the form given in ‘Aayaat Niryaat


Form’ together with all relevant documents, to the concerned Regional Authority


of DGFT. The eligibility of the applicants with respect to para 2(C)I above


shall be decided principally based on verification/certificate from the

concerned State Government. RA concerned would forward the applications of

eligible applicants to DGFT, HQ for further consideration. For verification of


the eligibility and entitlement, the RA shall be guided by Policy Circular No.20


(RE-08)/2004-09 dated 16.7.2008, Policy Circular No.25 (RE-08)/2004-09 dated


8.8.2008 and Policy Circular No. 12/2009-14 dated 23.10.2009 regarding the

required documents, with appropriate timelines.






(1) Import is restricted in terms of Interim PIC Procedure of Rotterdam Convention on Prior Informed Consent procedure for hazardous chemicals and pesticides.


(2) inserted at the end of Chapter 25, will be amended to read as follows: (Ref.
DGFT Notification No.36/2009-2014, Dated : 31st MARCH, 2010 )



(A) A number of representations have been received from the various Associations
of marble manufacturers/processors for review of the regime governing import of
marble. The matter has been considered carefully by the Government. The
following Policy provisions will henceforth be applicable for import of Rough
Marble Blocks for the financial year 2010-11. This Policy will supersede earlier
Policy /Guidelines for issue of import licences of Rough Marble Blocks.

(B) Attention is invited to EXIM Code Nos. 25151100 and 25151210 indicated in
Schedule-1 (Imports) of ITC (HS) Classifications of Export and Import Items. As
per the provisions contained therein, import of Marble and Travertine - Crude or
Roughly trimmed and merely cut, by sawing or otherwise, into blocks of a
rectangular (including square) shape is restricted and subject to import
licensing procedures.

C) The applications for import licence for import of rough marble blocks under
the above mentioned EXIM Codes will be considered in the following manner: -



I. Eligibility of the units will be decided based on the following two criteria:



(a) Units who have installed marble gangsaw machine (except 100% EOUs and units
in SEZ) on or prior to 23.10.2009. The marble gangsaw machine shall be in the
name of the applicant only. No gangsaw on “Lease Basis” shall be considered for
the purpose of allocation of import entitlement. The Units should have been in
operation for 5 years prior to 1st April of the current licensing year, 2009-10.

(b) All eligible units as per (a) above should have indigenous sales turnover of
processed marble slabs/tiles only, of Rs. 1.00 Crore (Rupees one Crore only) and
above in each of the previous five financial years (i.e. for the financial years
2004-05 to 2008-09).



II. Floor Price-

It is further clarified that these licences for import of crude or roughly
trimmed marble blocks or Merely cut, by sawing or otherwise into blocks of a
rectangular (including square) shape shall be subject to a floor price of US$
275 per Metric Tonne (MT), which shall be endorsed on all licences.

III. Entitlement:





The total import of Rough Marble Blocks under EXIM Code Nos. 25151100 and
25151210 will be subject to a ceiling of 3 lakh MT for the whole of the
licensing year, 2010-11. Eligible unit will be entitled for an import licence on
the basis of average indigenous sales turnover of processed marble slabs/tiles
only, in the previous five financial years. The quantity so calculated will
however be subject to the following overall ceiling: -

(a) Unit having one marble gang saw machine will be entitled for a maximum
licence of 3,000 MT of rough marble blocks;

(b) Units having more than one marble gang saw machine will be entitled for a
maximum licence of 3000 MT of rough marble blocks for the first gang saw
machine, and 1500 MT of rough marble blocks for each of the additional marble
gang saw machines.





IV. All licences shall be subject to actual user condition.



V. In this regard, Licence holders shall file monthly returns regarding imports
made by them, to the concerned Regional Authority of DGFT.



VI. The eligible applicants may file an application (after the applications are
so invited for the said licensing year) in the form given in ‘Aayaat Niryaat
Form’ together with all relevant documents, to the concerned Regional Authority
of DGFT. The eligibility of the applicants with respect to para 2(C)I above
shall be decided principally based on verification/certificate from the
concerned State Government. RA concerned would forward the applications of
eligible applicants to DGFT, HQ for further consideration. For verification of
the eligibility and entitlement, the RA shall be guided by Policy Circular No.20
(RE-08)/2004-09 dated 16.7.2008, Policy Circular No.25 (RE-08)/2004-09 dated
8.8.2008 and Policy Circular No. 12/2009-14 dated 23.10.2009 regarding the
required documents, with appropriate timelines.







[Old -


(2) Import of marble will be subject to the conditions laid down in Policy Circular No.12 (RE-08)/2004-2009 date 27.06.2008, Policy Circular No.13 (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 30.6.2008, Policy Circular No.20 (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 16.07.2008, Policy Circular No.25 (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 08.08.2008, Policy Circular No. 28 (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 20.08.2008, Policy Circular No. 65 (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 26.02.2009, Policy Circular No. 67 (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 2.03.2009, Policy Circular No. 101 (RE-08/2004-2009) dated 13.8.2009 and Policy Circular No. 08 /2009-2014 dated 29.9.2009.(DGFT Notification No. 12/2009-2014, Dated 29th September, 2009)



(A) A number of representations have been received from the various
associations of marble manufacturers/processors for review of the regime
governing import of marble. The matter has been considered carefully by the
Government. The following Policy provisions will henceforth be applicable for
import of rough marble blocks/slabs w.e.f. 1st October, 2009. This Policy will
supercede earlier Policy/Guidelines for issue of import licences of rough marble
blocks/slabs.



(B) Attention is invited to EXIM Code Nos. 25151100, 25151210, 25151220,
25151290 indicated in Schedule-1 (imports) of ITC (HS) Classifications of Export
and Import Items. As per the provisions contained therein, import of Marble and
Travertine - Crude or Roughly trimmed, Merely cut, by sawing or otherwise, into
blocks or slabs of a rectangular (including square) shape & other Calcareous
Stone is restricted and subject to import licensing procedures.



(C) The applications for import licence under the above-mentioned Exim Codes
will be considered in the following manner: -

  1. Eligibility of the units will be decided
    based on the following two criteria:




    (a) Units who have installed marble gang saw machine (except 100% EOU units
    and units in SEZ). The units should have been in operation for 5 years prior
    to 1st April of the current licensing year.



    (b) All eligible units as per (a) above should have indigenous sales
    turnover of processed marble slabs/tiles only, of Rs.1.00 Crore (Rupees one
    Crore only) and above in each of the previous five financial years.


  2. Floor Price-



    It is further clarified that these licences shall be subject to the
    following floor price, which shall be endorsed on all licences.

    1. For crude or roughly trimmed marble – US$ 275 per
      Metric Tonne (MT);


    2. For rough marble blocks – US$ 275 per Metric Tonne
      (MT); and


    3. For rough Slabs – US$ 450 per Metric Tonne (MT)




  3. Entitlement:



    The total import of rough marble blocks under Exim Code Nos.25151100,
    25151210, 25151220, will be subject to a ceiling of 3 lakh MT for the whole
    of the licensing year. Eligible unit will be entitled for an import licence
    pro rata on the basis of average indigenous sales turnover of processed
    marble slabs/tiles only, in the previous five financial years. The quantity
    so calculated will however be subject to the following overall ceiling: -



    (a) Unit having one marble gang saw machine will be entitled for a maximum
    licence of 3,000 MT of marble blocks/slabs.



    (b) Units having more than one marble gang saw machine will be entitled for
    a maximum licence of 3000 MT of marble blocks/slabs for the first gang saw
    machine, and 1500 MT of marble blocks/slabs for each of the additional
    marble gang saw machines.




  4. All licences shall be subject to actual
    user condition.





  5. In this regard Licence holders shall file monthly
    returns regarding imports made by them to the concerned Regional Licensing
    Authority.




  6. The eligible applicants may file an application
    (after the applications are so invited for the said licensing year) in the
    form given in ‘Aayaat Niryaat Form’ together with all relevant documents, to
    the concerned Regional Authority of DGFT. The eligibility of the applicants
    with respect to para 2(I) above shall be decided based on
    verification/certificate from the concerned State Government. RA concerned
    would forward the applications of eligible applicants to DGFT, HQ for
    further consideration. For verification of the eligibility and entitlement
    the RA shall be guided by Policy Circular No.20 (RE-08)/2004-09 dated
    16.7.2008 and Policy Circular No  ]


 

[Old - (2) Import of Marble, classified under Chapter 25 and 68, from Bhutan shall be subject to a combined annual quota of 3,14,000 sq ft. The quota shall come into effect from the date of issue of this Notification and operate on financial year basis. Since the total import of marble from Bhutan during this financial year has already exceeded more than 6 lakh sq. ft., therefore, no import of marble shall be allowed during this financial year i.e. upto 31st March, 2009. Monitoring and allocation of the quota shall be made by the Government of Bhutan. (This Note is new Inserted by DGFT NOTIFICATION No. 93 (RE-2007)/2004-09 Dated : 02.03.2009) ) ]


[Old -2. Import of marble will be subject to the conditions laid down in Policy Circular No.12 (RE-08)/2004-2009 date 27.06.2008, Policy Circular No.13 (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 30.6.2008, Policy Circular No.20(RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 16.07.2008, Policy Circular No.25 (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 08.08.2008 and Policy Circular No. 28 (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 20.08.2008, Policy Circular No 65 (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 26.02.2009 and Policy Circular No. 67 (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 02.03.2009. (amended by DGFT NOTIFICATION No 35/2008, Dated : 20-08-2008) ]


Import Policy licensing note 2 and 3 amended by DGFT Notification 17(RE)/26.07.2007; Import Policy No 2 amended by DGFT Notification No 35 dated 20-08-2008 and DGFT Notification No 90 dated 02-03-2009./p>

Import of marble will be subject to the conditions laid down in Policy Circular No.12 (RE-08) /2004-2009 date 27.06.2008, Policy Circular No.13 (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 30.6.2008,  Policy Circular No.20(RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 16.07.2008, Policy Circular No.25  (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 08.08.2008, Policy Circular No. 28 (RE-2008)/2004-09  dated 20.08.2008, Policy Circular No. 65 (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 26.02.09, Policy  Circular No. 67 (RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 2.03.09 and Policy Circular No. 101 (RE-08/ 2004-2009) dated 13.8.2009. (This note insrted by DGFT NOTIFICATION No 121/2009, Dated : 13-08-2009)


[Old- 2. Import of marble will be subject to the conditions laid down in Policy Circular No.12 (RE-08)/2004-2009 dated 27.06. 2008. Ref. :  DGFT Notification No. 17(RE-2008)/2004-09 dated 27-06-2008. ]

[Old -(2) “Import of marble will be subject to the conditions laid down in Policy Circular No. 01 (RE-07)/2004-2009 dated 26.07. 2007."
] (Old - (2) Import of marble will be subject to the conditions laid down in Policy Circular 24(RE-05)/2004-2009 dated 30.08.2005. [Inserted by 23-(RE)/31.08.2005] )

(3) “Import of dolomite and limestone of a size higher than one cubic feet, classified under any Exim Code of this Chapter shall be restricted.” (This Note is new Inserted by DGFT NOTIFICATION No. 17 (RE-2007)/2004-09 Dated : 26.07.2007)

(4)  Import Marble, classified under Chapter 25 and 68, from Bhutan shall be subject to a combined annual quota of  3,14,000 Sq. Ft.  The quota shall come into from the date of issue this notification and operate on financial year basis.  since the total import of marble from Bhutan during this financial year has already exceeded more than 6 Lac Sq. Ft., therefore, no import of marble shall be allowed during  this financial year i.e. upto 31st March 2009.  Monitoring and allocation of quota shall be made by the Government of Bhutan.(This Note is new Inserted by DGFT NOTIFICATION No. 93 (RE-2007)/2004-09 Dated : 02.03.2009)



 

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