“EXPORT PROCEDURE AND DOCUMENTATION”
KOHIMA, NOVEMBER 08, 2006
The Seminar was conducted by the Eximius Centre, Exim Bank in association with the Government of Nagaland and United Bank of India (UBI) at Kohima on November 08, 2006. The objective of the programme was to develop the knowledge and skill of existing and potential entrepreneurs in proper compliance with the procedure and documentation for exports, and thereby to enhance the prospect of their export efforts. 60 participants representing small, medium and large enterprises from both private and public sectors attended the Seminar. FACULTY 1. Mr. Z. Khuma, Jt. Director General of Foreign Trade (DGFT), Kolkata; 2. Mr. K.P. John Kutty, Deputy General Manager, Reserve Bank of India (RBI); 3. Mr. P.P. Singh, Senior Manager, UBI; 4. Mr. P.P. Taneja, Asst. Commissioner of Customs, Dimapur; 5. Mr. N.C. Das, Manager, Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India Ltd; and 6. Mr. Sunil Kumar, OSD, CAPEXIL. TOPICS COVERED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Foreign Trade Policy; Foreign Exchange Regulations; Introduction to exports procedures; Customs formalities; Export Factoring & Forfaiting; Export Credit Risk Insurance.
Eximius Centre, Export-Import Bank of India
Seminar on “Export Procedure and Documentation” GIST OF MAJOR TOPICS
1. Foreign Trade Policy
India’s Foreign Trade Policy (FTP) originally introduced to regulate and control trade, particularly imports, in order to preserve the country’s foreign exchange, is now designed to serve as a trade promotion mechanism. The objective of FTP is to accelerate India’s global merchandise trade- to double our percentage share in 5 years- and to act as an effective instrument of economic growth. The process of liberalisation of FTP started in April 1992, and become an ongoing process towards removal of restrictions and achieving simplification. As an export promotion tool, FTP provides for various