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What is the rate of countervailing duty in India?

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What is the rate of countervailing duty in India?
posted Aug 19, 2017 by Rupali Thakur

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Countervailing duty (CVD) is an additional import duty imposed on imported products (by the importing country) when such products enjoy benefits like export subsidies and tax concessions in the country of their origin (ie., where it is produced and exported). CVD is thus an import tax by the importing country on imported products. It is an attempt to ensure fair and market oriented pricing of imported products and thereby protecting domestic industries and firms. The most popular example for CVD is the imposition of additional duty by an importing country when the product has given export subsidy by the exporter/producer country.

answer Aug 21, 2017 by Prajwal C.m.
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