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CUSTOMS CIRCULAR

-COPY OF-
CUSTOMS CIRCULAR
No. 13 /2008-Cus.
Dated 29th  August, 2008

 

All Industry Rates of
Duty Drawback, 2008-09

   
  The Ministry has announced the revised All Industry Rates of Duty Drawback vide notification No. 103 /2008-Cus (NT) dated 29.08.2008. The rates of drawback have  been made effective from 01.09.2008. The notification may please be downloaded from CBEC website www.cbec.gov.in and perused for details. 
   
  2. Like in previous years, the drawback rates have been determined on the basis of  certain broad parameters including, inter alia, the prevailing prices of inputs,  standard input/output norms (SION), share of imports in the total consumption of  inputs and the applied rates of duty. The incidence of duty on HSD/Furnace Oil has been factored in the drawback calculation. The incidence of service tax paid on
   
  taxable services which are used as input services in the manufacturing or processing  of export goods has also been factored. The Commissioners may ensure that the exporters do not avail of the refund of this tax through any other mechanism while  claiming the all industry rate of drawback. 
   
  3. The Drawback Schedule includes several new items. These include coffee (raw beans), in bulk, coffee (roasted and /or decaffeinated), in bulk, tea, in bulk, tea in  consumer packs including tea bags(sachets), instant coffee, parts/components of  harness and saddlery made of leather or non leather including textiles or synthetic  materials, stainless steel jewellery, brass bushes and optical fibre cables. The
   
  Schedule may please be perused for details. 
   
  4. The drawback rates have undergone changes in line with the changes in prices of  inputs, duties etc. Thus the Drawback rates have been decreased in most cases. The  more important changes are discussed below: -
   
  i) Textiles and Textile Articles (Chapters 50-63) 
   
  (a) Silk: In the case of silk, the drawback rate for higher quality silk fabrics has been decreased from 10.8% with a drawback cap of Rs. 325/kg to 9.8% with a drawback  cap of Rs.295/kg. The rate for fabrics of noil silk has also been revised downwards.  
   
  (b) Wool: In the case of wool tops, woollen yarn and fabrics the drawback rates have  been decreased by 18% - 21% approximately. The caps have also been revised  downwards.
   
  (c) Cotton Yarn and Fabrics: The earlier drawback rate for grey cotton yarn of less  than 60 counts was 6% (grey) / 7.1% (dyed). The rate for cotton yarn of 60 counts  and more was 9.5% (grey) / 10.6% (dyed). The new rate now is 4% for cotton yarn  (grey) and 5% for cotton yarn (dyed) irrespective of the counts of the yarn. As for cotton fabrics, the new rate is 4.6% (grey) / 5.5% (dyed) with a drawback cap of  Rs.14per kg (grey) / Rs.20per kg (dyed). The new drawback rate for lungies and Real Madras Handkerchiefs is 5.5% with a cap of Rs.20/kg, the same as applicable  for dyed fabrics. In the case of denim fabrics the new rate is 5.7% with a cap of  Rs.21.5/kg as against the earlier rate of 8.5% with a cap of Rs.32/kg.
   
  (d) Man-made Filaments and Man-made Staple Fibres: In the case of synthetic / artificial filament yarn (Chapter 54), only customs component of Drawback rates has been prescribed. The drawback rate for Synthetic Filament Yarn now is 2.2% (grey) /  2.6% (dyed) and for artificial filament yarn 2.1% (grey) / 2.5% (dyed) as against  the earlier customs rate of 3% (grey) / 3.5% (dyed) for both types of filament yarn.
  In the case of woven fabrics of synthetic filament yarn, the new drawback rate is 8.4% (grey) / 9.4% (dyed). Insofar as synthetic / artificial fibres (Chapter 55) are  concerned, again only the customs component of drawback rates has been fixed. The new drawback rate is 2.4% for synthetic staple fibres and 2% for artificial staple fibres. In the case of yarn of synthetic staple fibres, the rates fixed are 10.2% (grey)  and 12.1% (dyed). In case of woven fabrics of synthetic staple fibres and/ or man-made filament yarn falling under drawback schedule tariff item 5515 the new rates  are 9.2% (grey)/10.3%(dyed). 
   
 
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  (e) Carpets and Floor Coverings: The new drawback rate for hand knotted woolen carpets is 11% with a cap of Rs.616 per sqm. as against the earlier rate of 13.3%  with a cap of Rs.745 per sqm. For silk carpets, the new drawback rate is 14.5% with  a cap of Rs.2573 per sqm. as against the earlier rate of 17.5% with a cap of Rs.3105 per sqm. The drawback rate on cotton durries is fixed at 10.5% with a cap of  Rs.29/kg as against the earlier rate of 11.5% with a cap of Rs.32/kg. 
   
  (f) Ready Made Garments: In the ready made garment sector, the new drawback rate for knitted blouses/shirts/tops of cotton is 8.8% with a cap of Rs.42 per piece as  against the earlier rate of 11% with a cap of Rs.53 per piece. The new rate for  knitted blouses/shirts/tops of man-made fibre is 10.5% with a cap of Rs.44 per piece as against the earlier rate of 11.5% with a cap of Rs.48 per piece. For knitted blouses/shirts/tops of cotton and man made fibre blend, the new drawback rate is 9.8% with a cap of Rs.44 per piece as against the earlier rate of 11.2% with a cap of  Rs.50 per piece. The drawback rates on woven garments have been revised accordingly. As for ready made garments made up of silk and wool, the rate provided  is 8.8% with varying caps.
   
  (g) Made Ups: In the made up category, the new drawback rate for bed linen, table linen, toilet linen, kitchen linen and curtains of cotton is 8.2% with a cap of Rs.99 per  kg as against the earlier rate of 10.1% with a cap of Rs.122 per kg. The new  drawback rates are fixed at 9.5% on made-ups of manmade fibres and 8.8% on  made-ups of silk/wool as against earlier rates of 10.4% and 9.8%.
   
  ii) Leather and Leather Articles (Chapters 41-42 & 64)
   
  (a) The new drawback rate for finished leather is 6.3% with a cap of Rs.6.7 per sq.ft. as against the earlier rate of 7.5% with a cap of Rs.8 per sq.ft. Likewise, the new  drawback rate for leather footwear for adults is 10.5% with a cap of Rs.96 / 142 per  pair as against the earlier rate of 11.5% with a cap of Rs.105/155 per pair. In the  case of leather apparel the rate provided is 9.9% with a cap of Rs.575 per piece as  against the earlier rate of 11.4% with a cap of Rs.650 per piece. The drawback rates
  on other leather items viz. suit cases, handbags and gloves have also been revised downwards.
   
  (b) The new drawback rate for saddlery and harness made of leather is 9%. The corresponding rate for saddlery and harness made of non-leather is 8.6%. A new  entry has been incorporated to include parts/components of harness and saddlery  made of leather or non leather including textiles or synthetic materials with a rate of  8.6% with a cap of Rs.90 per pc.
   
  iii) Base Metals and Articles of Base Metals (Chapters 72-83)
   
  a) The drawback rates on semi-finished steel, flat rolled products and bars and rods of stainless steel and other alloy steels has been reduced from 2% to 1% (Customs  component).
   
  (b) In Chapter 74 (Copper and Articles thereof), the drawback rates on copper cathodes, wire bars and rods have not undergone any change. The drawback rate on  brass builder hardware and handicrafts of brass has been decreased from 18% with  a cap of Rs.135/kg to 15% with a cap of Rs.113/kg. The same is the case with  artware/handicrafts of copper where the drawback rate has been decreased from
   
  18% with a cap of Rs.180/kg to 15% with a cap of Rs. 150/kg.
   
  (c) In the case of stainless steel cutlery falling under Chapter 82, the drawback rate has been decreased to 12.5% in line with duty drawback on stainless steel utensils.  The drawback rate on brass hardware items and other similar items under chapter 83 has also been decreased to 15% on par with brass handicrafts.
   
  iv) Machinery and Equipment (Chapters 84 and 85)
   
  In the case of machinery items falling within Chapter 84, by and large, the earlier drawback rates have been marginally reduced. In the case of electrical machinery and equipment under Chapter 85, the rates have been revised downwards  marginally.
   
  v) Bicycle & Bicycle Parts (Chapter 87) and Sports Goods (Chapter 95) 
   
  The drawback rates on bicycles and bicycle parts have been revised downwards. The new rates are 12% for bicycles and 12%-13.5% on parts thereof. The drawback rates on sports goods have also been revised downwards by 12.5% to 20%. The drawback rate on the residual heading for sports goods has been decreased from 4%  to 3.6%. The drawback rate on toys has also been decreased to 5.4% from the earlier rate of 6%. 
   
 
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  vi) Writing Instruments (Chapter 96) 
   
  The earlier drawback rate on ball point pen was 8.5% with a cap of Rs.225 per 100  pcs. The drawback rate on this item has been revised downwards to 7.1% with a cap of Rs.188 per 100 pcs. The drawback rate on felt tipped pens has also been  decreased from 13.3% with a cap of Rs.275 per 100 pcs to 11.1% with a cap of  Rs.230 per 100 pcs. Further, on high value fountain pens (Rs.500 & above) the  drawback has been provided @ 2.7% as against the earlier rate of 3%. 
   
  vii) Miscellaneous
   
  (a) The new rates of duty drawback on MEG is 1.6% as against the earlier rate of 3%, on DEG 1.9% as against the earlier rate of 3% and on TEG 1.4% as against the  earlier rate of 2.5%. The new rate of drawback on linear alkaline benzene (LAB) is  0.7% as against the earlier rate of 3%. The drawback rate on PTA has been kept at  1.8% as against the earlier rate of 1.9%.
   
  (b) In case of polymers (such as HDPE, LDPE, Poly Propylene) also drawback rates have been decreased.
   
  (c) For all kinds of zinc oxide the new drawback rate is 1% (customs) as against the earlier rates of 6.3% /3.5% / 1% . In the case of perfumed agarbattis, the drawback  rate has been decreased from 12% with a cap of Rs.33/kg to 10.5% with a cap of  Rs.29/kg.
   
  viii) Items on which drawback rates have been increased
   
  The drawback rates have been increased from 7.6% to 9% and 6.5% to 7.6% on flax yarn and flax fabric, respectively. Similarly in the case of coffee, tea, wooden  artware and optical fibres the drawback rates have been increased.
   
  5. It is clarified that where All Industry Rate of Duty Drawback is prescribed as ‘Nil’, the exporters are eligible for claiming brand rate of drawback under Rule 6 or 7 of  the Customs, Central Excise Duties and Service Tax Drawback Rules, 1995 subject to  the conditions mentioned therein.
   
  6. The notification and the new Drawback Schedule may be gone through carefully to note the changes made therein. Though all care has been taken in formulating /  publishing the rates, the possibility of inadvertent errors / omissions cannot be ruled  out. It is requested that any error / omission noticed during the implementation of  the rates may be brought to the notice of the Board immediately for suitable  corrective action. 
   
  7. A suitable Public Notice for information of the Trade and Standing Order for guidance of the staff may be issued. Difficulties faced, if any in implementation of  the changes may be brought to the notice of the Board at once.
   
  Kindly acknowledge receipt of this Circular.
   
 
Sd/-
(Najib Shah)
Joint Secretary to Govt. of India
   
  Issued by:
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
New Delhi
     
 
     
 
     
   
 
     
 
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