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AEPC to issue EPC to eligible exporters
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Mar '08
Applications are invited from eligible exporters, for issuance of Export Performance Certificate (EPC) for the purpose of importing eligible items as per the description of the goods given in the subject for use in manufacture of textile garments for exports under Customs Notification No. 21/2002 dated 1.3.2002 as amended from time to time and last amended by Custom Notification No. 21/2008. Dated- 1.3.2008.

As per the notification the import of lining and inter-lining materials including knitted lining and interlining shall be restricted to 2% of the FOB Value of the garments exported and value realized during 2007-08, within overall Export Performance Certificate issued at 3% of the FOB value of the garments exported and realised during 2007-08.

The details to be furnished in the application (Annexure-I) should pertain to the FOB value realised in (foreign currency equivalent to Indian Rupees) on exports of readymade garments during the preceding financial year 2007-08 i.e. between 1st April'2007 and 31st March'2008.

Upon receipt of applications from the eligible exporters, the Council will issue the Export Performance Certificate to them.

At the time of import, the exporter will apply to the concerned Regional Office of AEPC/ATDC in the format as at Annexure-II along with the original Export Performance Certificate. The Regional Office of the Council, upon receipt of the said application will issue the Import Certificate for being produced before the Customs at the time of import clearance of consignments.

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