Customs and Duties in Bhubaneswar



Customs and duties in Bhubaneswar are administered by Central Excise and Customs Administration of Orissa. The task of supervision and levy of appropriate customs and duties in Bhubaneswar also falls on the Central Excise and Customs directorate.

The customs and duties in Bhubaneswar are applicable on all relevant product categories-animate or non-animate. The customs and duties in Bhubaneswar depend on the Indian Republic's set of regulations.

A customs duty is a tariff or tax levied on the import or export of goods. Commercial goods or materials are held in the customs area until fully processed.

The customs and duties in Bhubaneswar have its own regional characteristics. A specific set of commodities are more subject to customs and duties in Bhubaneswar as it is more exported from the Bhubaneswar region. The major commodities contributing customs and duties in Bhubaneswar region are:

•  Aluminium
•  Paper
•  Refractory Products
•  Tyres
•  Aerated water
•  Synthetic Yarn
•  Steel
•  Cement
•  Sugar

The total collection of customs and duties in Bhubaneswar is Rs 1789.83 crores for the financial year 2004 to 2005. The revenue figures include the customs house at Paradeep port, which comes under the purview of the customs and duties in Bhubaneswar .

An individual coming in from another country may attain a relaxation of the following customs and duties in Bhubaneswar if he or she fulfills the following criteria:

•  200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 grams of tobacco
•  1 liter of alcoholic drink
•  250 ml perfume
•  Articles of personal use


It should be mentioned that the person must be above 17 years of age.





Last Updated on 27 July 2012



     


     

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