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'MOOWR is a duty deferment scheme'

There is no customs duty exemption for inputs used in the manufacture of capital goods in a bonded warehouse, even if they are supplied to an EPCG authorisation holder

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Capital goods  | EPCG

TNC Rajagopalan 

Photo: Bloomberg
Photo: Bloomberg

Presently we import inputs under Advance Authorisation, manufacturing and supplying to our domestic customers against their invalidation letter for licence availed by them, which is deemed exports for us. We intend to convert our DTA unit to the MOOWR Scheme. Can we continue to supply manufactured from a MOOWR bonded warehouse against the customer’s Authorisation, availing the duty-free imported inputs?

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First Published: Mon, May 30 2022. 18:34 IST
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