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Automotive wheel hub exporters given duty drawback: rates of juices revised

ISLAMABAD (March 08 2003) : The Central Board of Revenue (CBR) has given duty drawback to the exporters of all kinds of automotive wheel hub and revised the rates for juices.

Notifying the facility, the department has amended standard SRO 414 (I)/2001 and SRO 415 (I)/2001 through SRO 227 (I)/2003 and SRO 232 (I)/2003 here on Friday.

The duty drawback facility would be available to four individual companies, Tapal Tea (Pvt) Limited, Karachi, Aruj Garment Accessories Ltd, Lahore, Popular Food Industries, Ltd, Karachi and Popular Juice Industries (Pvt) Ltd, Karachi.

Under standardisation regime, the repayment of duty would be 1.96 percent of the fob value on the export of wheel hub from March 3, 2003.

From March 4, 2003, all the exporters of mango juice could claim duty drawback to the extent of Rs 0.14 per liter; mango pulp packed in aseptic bags, Rs 0.87 per kilogram; mango pulp packed in poly bags, 0.12 paisa per kilogram; apple juice, 0.04 paisa per liter; pineapple juice, 0.11 paisa per liter and mango orange mix juice 0.10 paisa per liter.

According to the SRO 228 (I)/2003, Aruj Garment could claim duty drawback on the export of 11 different types of textile items during the period March 14, 2002-March 4, 2003.

For the above-mentioned company, the repayment of duty would be Rs 1.91 per kilogram on the export of 100 percent cotton bleached fusible interlining woven with LDPE or HDPE; Rs 8.66 per kilogram on 100 percent polyester (imported) fusible interlining woven with LDPE or HDPE; Rs 3.42 per kilogram on 100 percent polyester (local) fusible interlining woven with LDPE or HDPE; Rs 5.96 per kilogram on 50 percent polyester (imported) 50 percent cotton fusible interlining woven with LDPE or HDPE; Rs 2.64 per kilogram on 50 percent polyester (local) 50 percent cotton fusible interlining woven with LDPE or HDPE; Rs 8.65 per kilogram on 100 percent polyester (imported) fusible interlining non-woven with LDPE or HDPE; Rs 3.11 per kilogram on 100 percent polyester (local) fusible interlining non-woven with LDPE or HDPE; Rs 10.06 per kilogram on 100 percent polyester (imported) non-fusible interlining non-woven; Rs 1.69 per kilogram on 100 percent polyester (local) non-fusible interlining non-woven; Rs 8.96 per kilogram on 100 percent polypropylene fusible interlining non-woven with LDPE or HDPE and duty drawback would be Rs 14.56 per kilogram on 100 percent polypropylene non-fusible interlining non-woven.

As per the SRO 234 (I)/2003, Tapal Tea (Pvt) Limited, Karachi could enjoy duty drawback on the export of seven kinds of tea.

The repayment of duty would be Rs 24.72 per kilogram on the export of leaf tea, Rs 20.95 per kilogram on dust tea, Rs 23.21 per kilogram on leaf and dust tea mixture, Rs 7.31 for 100 tea bags (tea bags of 2-gms), Rs 16.73 per kilogram on green tea plain, Rs 25.77 per kilogram on green tea flavoured and extent of repayment would be Rs 5.87 for 60 tea bags (green tea bags 1.5-gms).

The CBR has also given duty drawback to Popular Food Industries, Ltd, Karachi on the export of mango pulp packed in aseptic bags and mango pulp packed in poly bags during January 17-March 4, 2003.

The repayment of duty would be 0.87 paisa on the export of mango pulp packed in aseptic bags and 0.12 paisa per kilogram on the mango pulp packed in poly bags.

Similarly, Popular Juice Industries (Pvt) Ltd, Karachi could enjoy duty drawback on the export of apple juice, pineapple juice and mango orange mix juice during January 15-March 4, 2003.

The duty drawback would be 0.04 paisa per liter on the export of apple juice 0.11 paisa per liter on pineapple juice and 0.10 paisa per liter on mange orange mix juice.

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