What Is Deemed Export [Complete Guide]
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Hello, friends welcome to another fresh article on “Indiancustoms.info”, Here in this article I explain everything about Deemed export.
A deemed export is totally different than normal export, many peoples think that deemed export and normal export are the same.
But deemed export is totally different than normal export. Which I explained in this article.
After reading this article you will understand what is deemed export and the difference between export & deemed export.
What Is Deemed Export?
Deemed Export refers to those transactions in which the goods supplied do not leave the country and payment for such supplies is received either in Indian rupees or in free foreign exchange.
For example, Dealer “A” (located in Gujarat) sells goods to Dealer “B” which is an EOU (located in Rajasthan). B in turn sells the goods to customer “C” (located in Germany).
The supply by A to B is treated as deemed an export and the supply by B to C is treated as an export.
According to the provisions of chapter 6 of the foreign trade policy goods sold to EOU consider a deemed export instead of a domestic sell.
Only goods sold to EOU are covered under deemed export, services sold to EOU are not considered as deemed export and goods must be manufactured in India.
Bellow mentioned all supplies are also considered as deemed export.
- Supply of goods by a registered person against advance authorization.
- Supply of capital goods by a registered person against Export promotion capital goods authorization.
- Supply of goods by a registered person to an export-oriented unit.
- Supply of gold by a bank or public sector undertaking specified in the notification 050/2017- customs, dated 30th June 2017 (as amended) against advance authorization.
A deemed export is not Zero-rated supplies by default, unlike regular exports.
Hence all supplies notified as a supply for deemed export will be subject to levy of taxes i.e. such supplies can be made on payment of tax and cannot be supplied under a bond/LUT.
However, the refund of tax paid on the supply regarded as deemed export is admissible to either the supplier or the recipient.
I hope now you understand what is deemed export and diffrence between deemed export & normal export.If anyone has any suggestions or queries please comment in the comment box.