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17 Oct 2017
HSN Code List

What is HSN Code in India? Search HSN Code List of India Online

Searching for HSN Code meaning? It stands for Harmonized System Nomenclature which is used to classify the product in Import Export Business. Simply, it is a multipurpose international product nomenclature developed by WCO (world customs organisation) with the purpose of categorising goods from all over the world in a logical manner. It is a six digit uniform code that classifies more than 5000 commodities and accepts worldwide.

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13 Oct 2017
Alcoholic Beverages Imports

Alcoholic Beverages Imports into India – Infographic

Alcoholic beverage is one of the most traded products in India. It has emerged as a popular drink and plays an important social role in many cultures. India has recorded import value of USD 70714553 from alcoholic beverage and United Kingdom is the largest alcoholic drink import partner of India.

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12 Oct 2017
HS Code Infographic

What Do You Understand by HS Code? – Infographic

The HS code is used to classify the product in import export business. The HS code comprises 8 digit and 98 chapters are listed in HS code. The countries mainly used HS code up to 8-digit while in few countries it is used up to 10-digit level. Learn how to classify your products for customs. Here, we take an example to understand HS code up to 8-digit level. The question arises ‘how will you search the HS code online to tariff item level’. You will have to go through the chapter, heading, sub heading and to next digit level.

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10 Oct 2017
Jio Mobile Phone

Jio Mobile Phone Imports in India - Jul-Aug 2017 Market Report

From the past few years, telecom industry in India has been growing so rapidly that Indian companies are seeking mergers and acquisitions to beat the tough competition. Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited or Jio is one such example. With unlimited data usage and free calling plans, there is a steady rise in the popularity of Jio phone in India. According to media reports, the company may have trained its guns on large telecommunication businesses with its unlimited usage offers.

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