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Articles On Government Regulations For Foreign Trade In India

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Export Inspection Council

Export Inspection Council (EIC) of India | Importance of the Certification in export

The export inspection council is India’s official export-certification authority, formed to certify the safety and quality of products that are exported from India. Set up by the government, the EIC falls under Section 3 of the Export (Quality Control and Inspection) Act, 1963. Read More

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DGFT's Role in Export and Import

Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT)

DGFT (Directorate General of Foreign Trade) is the most important Government Body in Foreign Trade which acts as a regulator and facilitator of Export and Import in India. Read this guide to know more about its role and functions in developing India's Foreign Trade. Read More

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Export Promotion Council Of India Functions & Registration procedures

Export Promotion Council of India | Functions & Registration procedures

Export Promotion Councils and their governing body FIEO not only work ceaselessly towards promotion of Indian exports, they can also be invaluable resources for new exporters looking for guidance and assistance. Read More

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Government loan schemes for financing MSME businesses

Given the massive contribution of the MSME sector to India's economy, the Indian government has introduced several loan schemes aimed at improving access to credit. Here are some of the most well-known schemes for new and existing businesses alike. Read More

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Foreign Exchange Management (FEMA) Act Meaning, Regulation & more

Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) | All you need to know

Since it was drafted in 1999, the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has been the legislation guiding the administration of India's foreign trade and forex reserves. We take a look at the Act's salient features and key points. Read More