Rice, onion, 37 export routes such as garlic and petrol; From March 8 to April 9, 72 import goods lines, including diesel, will be temporarily exempted from applying for licenses, according to the Ministry of Commerce. Published by Department of Commerce. The Ministry of Economy and Commerce shall comply with the relevant laws and regulations regarding import and export. According to policies; In order to comply with the WTO Import Licensing Procedures Agreement, the list of 1224 product lines that need to apply for export licenses has been relaxed in accordance with the WTO Import Licensing Procedures Agreement.
A list of 3931 product lines that need to apply for import licenses has been published by Notification No. 68/2020. However, in the current situation, importers and exporters need to make their business more convenient. In order to reduce the import license fee, the main import lines of goods that need to apply for a license are: Materials to support the health sector; Basic foodstuffs; In order to support the export sector, the licensing process will be temporarily relaxed for major agricultural products.
Of the goods lines that need to apply for import and export licenses, 37 export lines and 72 import lines are exempted from applying for licenses. Onion, garlic, rice, refined with raw sugar; natural rubber raw materials; 37 export goods lines such as cotton goods; Fish, meat (salmon, tuna); Wheat and flour products; Soybean products Palm oil products; Food raw materials, cement products, Gasoline Diesel products; Medical supplies Fertilizer There are 72 lines of imported goods such as industrial lubricants. The exemption from applying for licenses for these cargo lines will be temporary from March 8 to April 9.
Source: Daily Eleven