ISLAMABAD (December 29 2002) : The Central Board of Revenue (CBR) has given duty drawback facility on the export of 200 different types of pottery tableware and ceramics sanitary-ware from December 24, 2002.
The CBR has included two new schedules in the standard SRO. 415(I)/2001 through SRO. 954(I)/2002 and SRO. 955(I)/2002 issued on Saturday.
The extent of repayment would be 4.21 percent of the fob value on the export of pottery tableware of all sizes, and 7 percent of the fob value on the export of ceramics sanitary-ware.
According to these notifications, the repayment of custom duty would only be available to the manufacturers-cum-exporters of pottery tableware and ceramics sanitary-ware.
Meanwhile, the CBR has issued another SRO. 957(I)/2002 notifying duty drawback on the export of high impact polyester, general purpose polyester and expandable polyester by Pak Petrochemical Industries (Pvt) Ltd, Karachi.
The repayment would be Rs 2.29 per kilogram on the export of general-purpose polyester, Rs 2.20 per kilogram for high impact polyester and Rs 2.05 per kilogram on the export of expandable polyester.
According to SRO. 958(I)/2002, the duty drawback facility would also be available to the Unilever Pakistan Limited, Karachi.
The repayment would be available on the export of Sunsilk shampoo, all variants and colours, including packing material of shampoo sachet.