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Export-Import Data

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Export-Import Data

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We are an export-import data and market intelligence service provider. Our major services include the Export import data bank of more than 80 countries.

We help exporters and importers to do better trade, business, and maximize their turnover and revenue. If you are interested in a global exim data country wise then also you are on the right website.

We have been serving 100% genuine, reliable, precise, and updated import and export data of your competitor in different countries via mail, along with HS Code and Name of Buyers and Sellers (Year-wise).

You can also search for ITC HS Code India either with a product name or HS Code on our website, along with sample export-import data India and other countries.

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What is export/import data?

Importing means buying foreign goods and services for being consumed in the local government or a local company in that country.

Exporting means goods and services that are produced in one country are purchased by another neighbor/outside country. It is produced domestically and sold to someone in a foreign country. And the products and services are categorized on the basis of the HS Code.

Exim data consist of product quantity and importer/exporter name along with their HS code and much other relevant information in detail (country wise, year-wise, company wise, etc).

Custom Duty

Customs duty is a tax imposed by the customs department of the local government body on the import of goods as well as the export of goods. Customs duty is a tax paid by the Importer at the time of releasing the goods from customs. Importer files bill of entry document to release the goods/item(s).

Customs duties depend on products that vary from country to country and it is variable in nature. It keeps on changing according to the government’s Exim policy or foreign trade policy.

We, at Eximdata.in, hereby state that we do not provide Indian custom data by any mode. We would also like to add that we have no involvements with any Indian Govt. organisation/body or any Govt. official in any official or non-official terms for data access, collection, distribution or sales and purchase.

At the same time we have tie-ups with strictly private and non-government bodies in various parts of the globe for accruing Exim data, all the trade practices have been running in a commercial and legal way with our partners for sale, purchase, exchange, and share. 

Foreign trade policy

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Foreign trade policy

New Foreign Trade Policy of India was announced on 01st April 2015 for the period of 2015-2020, by Govt Of India, Ministry of Commerce and Industry. The Foreign Trade Policy or Export-Import Policy (EXIM Policy) is updated every year on the 31st of March. All the necessary modifications, improvements are done with the aim of developing export potential, improving export performance, encouraging foreign trade.

The foreign trade policy of India was going to expire by this financial ending, but due to present worldwide corona pandemic, The Indian govt has extended its foreign trade policy till March 2021.

What is the meaning of trade policy?

What is the foreign trade policy?

Policies implemented by the local govt body of a domestic economy or country to discourage imports from, and encourage exports to, the foreign sector/economy/ nations/ country. Tariffs and import quotas are designed to discourage imports. And export subsidies are designed to encourage exports. 

What is the main objective of trade policy?

The overall goal of those foreign trade policies is to make or increase a country’s balance of trade surplus, that is, to extend net exports and to become a competitive participant in world trade. Its main objective is to discourage import and encourage export, attract more foreign investment to the country while creating more jobs, control supplies, and promote productivity growth.

What are the instruments of trade policy?

The three commonest instruments of foreign trade policies are tariffs, import quotas, and export subsidies.

Tariffs

The first of three foreign trade policies designed to limit imports and promote exports is tariffs on imports.
Tariffs are simply taxes placed on imports. They work like all other taxes. A tariff is added to the worth of the imported good. The resulting price of the import is thus higher, which tends to decrease the number purchased. And if fewer imports are purchased, then more domestic production is available to be sold within the country thus it encourages local manufacturing.

Import Quotas

The second of three foreign trade policies designed to limit imports and promote exports is quotas on imports. Generally, a quota is just a quantity restriction placed on an honest, service, or activity. For instance, employers often face hiring quotas for various demographic groups, and sales representatives often have quotas for sales activities.
Import quotas are then merely legal restrictions on the quantities of imports that are imposed by the domestic government. Import quotas are often established as an easy aggregate, presumably satisfied on a first-come-first-serve basis. Once the entire is reached, then no more imports of the actual good are allowed. Alternatively, the entire quota is often divided among foreign producers, perhaps pro-rated supported past imports.

Export Subsidies

The third point of common foreign trade policies is export subsidies. Generally, a subsidy may be a payment made by the govt sector, either to a business or consumer, with no expectations of receiving any product in exchange. That is, subsidies are merely gifts. they’re also commonly thought of as negative taxes. Whereas taxes are payments or charges flowing from businesses and consumers to the government. Subsidies are payments flowing from government to businesses and consumers, just the reverse of taxes.
Subsidies are usually paid to encourage or promote export and shows self dependency.

An export subsidy is then a subsidy paid to domestic producers to encourage exports of production to the foreign sector. This export subsidization effectively increases the general revenue received by the domestic firms when exporting and thus helps in the growth of local manufacturing and production.

Export subsidies are usually justified as a way of helping domestic producers compete with lower-cost imports. While imports may need lower costs thanks to comparative advantage, they also could be subsidized by foreign governments.

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