Chemical industry wants higher import duty

April 2007
Chemical Business;Apr2007, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p65
Trade Publication
The article reports on the protection sought by the Indian Chemical Council (ICC) from the government in the form of increased customs duty on most of the chemical products. It notes that most chemicals attracted the peak customs duty of 12.5 percent in 2006 according to the ICC. An alternative proposal has been developed by the ICC in case the restoration of peak rate is not possible.


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