Posted On:  4 weeks ago

Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement between India-Japan

circumstances in which there is clear evidence that increased imports of an originating good have caused or are threatening to cause serious injury to the domestic industry and where delay in imposition of provisional bilateral safeguard measure would cause damage to the domestic industry which would be difficult to repair; (b) “Director General” means the Director General (Safeguard) appointed by the Central Government under sub-rule (1) of rule 3 of the Customs Tariff (Identification and Assessment of Safeguard Duty) Rules, 1997;

article author One Roof Consultant

Posted On:  1 month ago

Donald Trump sworn in as 45th US President. Read the Complete inaugural Speech

Friends, delegates and fellow Americans: I humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the United States. Together, we will lead our party back to the White House, and we will lead our country back to safety, prosperity, and peace. We will be a country of generosity and warmth. But we will also be a country of law and order.

article author One Roof Consultant

Posted On:  5 months ago

Instructions regarding implementation of Rules of Origin under Free/Preferential Trade Agreements and the verification of preferential Certificates of Origin- reg

India has signed Free/Preferential Trade Agreements / Comprehensive Economic Partnership/ Cooperation Agreement (FTA/CEPA/CECA) with a number of countries and trading blocks. 2. Rules of Origin are notified under each of the Agreements which require the importer to, inter alia, make a claim for preferential tariff at the time of importation, and submit a Certificate of Origin (COO) in the prescribed form. The Rules of Origin under the FTAs, as notified under Section 5 (1) of the Customs Tariff Act, 1975, provide for verifying the authenticity of the Certificates of Origin and also the information contained therein. The grounds provided for verification are

article author One Roof Consultant

Posted On:  7 months ago

Understanding Goods and Service tax

The taxation system in India is composed of various taxes on different activities and governed by various Tax Laws and Regulations. The taxes are levied on various types of activities such as manufacturing, trading, services, imports etc., In indirect tax structure the ultimate bearer of tax is not the person, who is paying the tax but the end users or customers who are using various products and services. The Indirect Tax Structure includes following taxes;

article author CS Deepak Pratap Singh