Foreign Trade Policy 2014- Highlights

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Seminar on Foreign Trade Policy 2014 - Highlights

NATIONAL SEMINAR

Seminar on Foreign Trade Policy 2014 - Highlights

Introduction: Promotion of export has been a major thrust area of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry for the last three decades. Apart from this. Many other Central / State Ministries have also been involved in the promotion of India’s exports. Many Export Promotion Councils, Public Sector undertakings, Chambers of Commerce, Industries’ Associations and Services Organizations are also contributing towards the promotion of Indian exports. In order to compete successfully in International Trade, it is very important for an organization to understand the objectives of Exim policy. The short term objective of the policy is to arrest and reverse the declining trend of exports and to set a policy objective of achieving an annual export growth of 15% with an annual export target of US$ 200 billion by March 2014. Through this Foreign Trade Policy the country should be able to come back on the high export growth path of around 25% per annum. By 2014, the government of India expects to double India’s exports of goods and services. The long term policy objective for the Government is to double India’s share in global trade by 2020. The programme has been designed to discuss about Exim Policy and incentives for clear transactions in an organization. Objectives: Objective is to lay emphasis on the points of Foreign Trade Policy according to each sector. The facilities and incentives given to Indian exporters and relevance of each document and procedure to submit to take advantage of the allowances in the schemes of EXIM POLICY. Target Participants: Those who are working of Export-import business & trading houses, trade facilitation and service agencies, trade promotion organizations, export-import consulting, financial institutions, central and state government departments, chambers of commerce, academicians and researchers may find the seminar useful. Coverage: High lights of Foreign Trade Policy 2009 - 2014 Marketing Development Assistance (MDA) Market Access Initiative (MAI) Duty Drawback on Goods Exported Technology Trade Promotion Free Trade Zones etc. and 100% Export Oriented Units Customs DutiesIncentives Licenses Programme Director

Fee (per participant)

Ms. Srilalitha

Industry: `2,500/Academia: `1,500/Research Scholar/Sudent: `500/(Non-Resident)

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Date

Venue

11 April, 2014

GSIB Visakhapatnam

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