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CBIC issues SOP for e-commerce exports of jewellery through courier mode

CBIC had extensive consultations with key stakeholders, including trade members, industry members, online merchants, authorised couriers, and customs field formations in order to finalise the SOP.

Jewellery displayed at one of the Joyalukkas stores at South Extension in New Delhi. Photograph: Rajeev Bhatt

The Ministry of Finance recently announced that the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) has established a standard operating procedure (SOP) for e-commerce exports of jewellery through courier mode.

On June 30, the CBIC published a revised regulatory framework for the export of jewellery via e-commerce. The SOP outlines the handling, movement and procedural aspects for any such exports, associated with the electronic declarations, using International Courier Terminals, according to a statement released by the Ministry of Finance.

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