The extension of RoSCTL till March 2024 is going to help all apparel and made-ups vendors, says Vishal Dhingra of Noida-based buying house Specialty Merchandising Services, and chairman of both Buying Agents Association (BAA) and PHD Chambers of Commerce (FTIC). "Apparel and made-ups vendors now get a consistent policy till 2024 wherein all taxes paid prior to exports are refunded to them. It’s a different scheme from RoDTEP. You will see a lot of investment in this sector now."
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| On 21st Oct 2021
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