(a) in accordance with the usual business practices in the exporting party`s domestic market; and amending Communication 46/2011-Zoll of 01.06.2011 to allow for more substantial tariff concessions for certain products when editorial changes are made from ASEAN under the India-ASEAN free trade agreement w.e.f.f., and as a result of changes to the 2017 system. Note.- Main Communication No. 46/2011-zoll of June 1, 2011 was published in the India Gazette, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3, subsection i, Number 423 (E), dated June 1, 2011 and last amended by Dienot No. 58/2015- Cus of December 30, 2015, published in the Official Journal of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3, Subsection i, Empty Number G.S.R. 1017 (E), December 30, 2015. 3. The parties are free to use the method of calculating the AIFTA content, whether it is the direct or indirect method, and the contents of the AIFTA by the importing party are verified on the basis of the method used by the exporting party. The table above is replaced by the table above, namely: (ii) the products have not been marketed or consumed; and (i) The importing party submits in writing its intention to conduct the verification visit simultaneously through the competent authority to India, which signed the Asean Free Trade Agreement with Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam in 2009. The Central Council on Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) notified on 21 August – customs rules (management of rules of origin under trade agreements), 2020 or CAROTAR, 2020 – which require detailed information from importers to benefit from concessional tariff benefits under trade agreements such as free trade agreements. CAROTAR 2020 will be applied from 21 September 2020.

5.DESCRIPTION OF THE GOODS: The description of the goods must be sufficiently detailed for the goods to be identified by the customs officers who examine them. The manufacturer`s name must also be indicated. G.S.R. 1203 (E).- In exercising the powers conferred by Section 1 of Section 25 of the Customs Act of 1962 (52 of 1962), the central government, in exercising the power that this is necessary in the public interest, adopts the following new amendments in the Indian government`s communication to the Ministry of Finance (Ministry of Finance), no.46/2011-Zoll, published on June 1, 2011 in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3, Sub-section (i), empty G.S.R. 423 (E), June 1, 2011, i.e.:-a) measures to preserve products in good condition during transport and storage (such as drying, freezing, brine storage, ventilation, dispersal, cooling, salting , sulphur dioxide or other water solutions, removal of damaged parts and similar operations); v) the issuing authority receiving the notification may delay the planned verification visit and notify the importing party of this intention within 15 days of receiving the notification.