CLARIFICATION REGARDING THE RE-EXPORT OF DEFECTIVE PARTS/SPARES SHALL NOT BE MANDATORY IF THEY ARE IMPORTED EXCLUSIVELY FOR UNDERTAKING ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS, TESTING AND EVALUATION PURPOSE


Dated 05th July 2013

Government of India, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Department of Commerce, vide its Notification No. 24 (RE-2013)/2009-2014, Dated 19th June, 2013 notified the Amendment in Para 2.38 of Foreign Trade Policy, 2009-2014 as follows:

The Central Government hereby makes the following amendment in paragraph 2.38 of Foreign Trade Policy, 2009-2014:

2.         The existing sentence in Para 2.38 of Foreign Trade Policy, 2009-2014 will be followed by:

“However, re-export of such defective parts/spares by the Companies/firms and Original Equipment Manufacturers shall not be mandatory if they are imported exclusively for undertaking root cause analysis, testing and evaluation purpose.”

3.         After the amendment, Para 2.38 of Foreign Trade Policy, 2009-2014 shall be as under:

“Goods or parts, except restricted under ITC (HS) thereof, on being exported and found defective, damaged or otherwise unfit for use may be imported for repair and subsequent re-export. Such goods shall be allowed clearance without an Authorisation and in accordance with customs notification. However, re-export of such defective parts/spares by the Companies/firms and Original Equipment Manufacturers shall not be mandatory if they are imported exclusively for undertaking root cause analysis, testing and evaluation purpose.”

4.         Effect of this Public Notice:

Defective parts/spares imported exclusively for undertaking root cause analysis, testing and evaluation purpose by the Companies/firms and Original Equipment Manufacturers may not be re-exported.

SOURCE: GOVT. OF INDIA, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

 

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