Pl. Check India`s website for India`s isfta tariff concessions and other customs information: www.indiantradeportal.in/index.jsp Sri Lanka-India trade relations marked a historic milestone with the signing of the India-Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement (ISFTA) on 28 December 1998 as the 01st bilateral free trade agreement between Sri Lanka. ISFTA entered into force on 1 March 2000. ISFTA is now in full implementation, as both sides have completed their commitments under the Customs Liberalization Programme (TLP), as explained below. Contact us if you have trouble logging in. If you have access to magazine content through a university, library, or employer, log in here to access free tools such as favorites, notifications, or access to personal subscriptions You may be logged in at the same time by any of the methods mentioned below. Access to the contents of social magazines varies according to the title. If you have access to a journal through a company or association, see the following instructions IsFTA Sri Lankan products of origin exported to India are currently exempt from customs duties, with the exception of the following categories of rules of origin (ROOS) for export products that are not wholly obtained or imported into Sri Lanka (with imported inputs) Products of Indian origin exported to Sri Lanka under ISFTA, are currently exempt from customs duties. with the exception of the 1,180 TL products contained in Sri Lankan NB under ISFTA. Some social journals require you to create a personal profile and then activate your account if you have access to a magazine through an association or association, please go to your social newspaper, select an article to view and follow the instructions in this field.
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