'AIR DBK available on goods made solely from domestic inputs'

As a matter of rule, no evidence of actual duties suffered on imported or indigenous nature of inputs used, even if the AIR has customs portion, should be insisted upon by field formations

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TNC Rajagopalan
We export goods manufactured solely from inputs procured from local sources. No imported inputs are used. Can we claim duty drawback (DBK) based on All Industry Rates (AIR)?

CBEC Circular no.24/2001-Cus dated April 20, 2001, had clarified that the AIR are based on the concept of averages, wherein the drawback rate itself as well as its customs and excise portions are based on weighted averages of consumption of imported /indigenous inputs of a representative cross-section of exporters and the average incidence for duties suffered on such inputs. These rates have no relation to the actual input consumption pattern and actual

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First Published: Sep 19 2022 | 11:24 PM IST

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