On January 1, 1976, under the Trade Act of 1974 to promote economic growth in the developing countries a mechanism was created to provide duty-free goods to flow in the USA market from […]
International Trade Law include conventions, model laws, and rules which are acceptable worldwide. A convention is a binding instrument under international law for States and other treaty-making entities that choose to become parties […]
General Council Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) International Monetary Fund (IMF) International Trade Centre (ITC) Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) United Nations (UN) United Nations Conference on Trade and […]
GOODS A4 Copy Paper Agricultural Goods Agricultural Producers Agricultural Products Agricultural and Food Aircraft Airport Construction Alcoholic Beverages All Goods Aluminium and Steel Products Ammonium nitrate Animal Products Animals Apparel Apples Asbestos […]
Special Economic Zone – SEEPZ Special Economic Zone – Kandla Special Economic Zone – Cochin Special Economic Zone – Madras Special Economic Zone – Visakhapatnam SEZ – Falta Special Economic Zone […]
Export-with its grammatical variations and cognate expressions, means taking out of India to a place outside India. “Quality control” means any activity having for its object the determination of the quality of a commodity […]
The Customs Act, 1962 Customs Act, 1962 Chapter- I Preliminary Chapter -II Officers of Customs Chapter -III Appointment of Customs Ports, Airports, Warehousing Stations etc. Chapter -IV Prohibitions on importation and exportation […]
Imports and exports are the two important components of a foreign trade. Foreign trade is the exchange of goods and services between the two countries, across their international borders.