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Finally, India Grants Import of Refurbished Electronics

Via a notification on May 7, Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) has allowed the import of refurbished electronic goods. The notification states that the import of such goods will remain subject to clearance from the DGFT and the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). Earlier plans of the government suggested the ban of refurbished electronic goods and until the new import policy on May 7, 2019 was released.

Refurbished Electronics

MeitY has also been strict saying any refurbished or second-hand electronic goods without valid registration with BIS shall be re-exported by the importer failing customs to deform the goods and dispose them as scrap.
Additionally, the notification also amends the section on ‘Second-hand Capital Goods’ under the Foreign Trade Policy.

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