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Specified goods when stored in warehouse within ambit of Customs Act, 1962- (Ministry of Finance ) (11 Jan 2016)

MANU/CUSN/0004/2016

Customs

The Ministry of Finance has specified goods that will attract provisions of the Customs Act, 1962 when deposited in a warehouse. The list comprises various fuels, chemicals and spirits and aviation fuel kept in tanks, alcohols stored in casks, liquid helium in containers and crude stored in caverns.

Tags : FUEL   SPIRITS   CRUDE   NITROGEN   STORAGE   CUSTOMS ACT  

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