Delhi HC: Mere Consumption of Alcohol Daily Doesn’t Make Person Alcoholic  ||  Bom. HC: Epilepsy Not a Ground to Seek Divorce  ||  Pat. HC: Imperative on Trial Court to Ascertain Age of Victim Upon Challenge by Accused  ||  SC: Student Can’t Participate in 2022 NEET Counselling Based on 2019 Results  ||  Kar. HC: Continuing in Service After Expiry of Probation Period Doesn't Imply Automatic Confirmation  ||  JKL HC: Offences Under PoC Act can be Invoked Against Person Discharging Public Duty  ||  SC: Automatic Vacation of Stay After Six Months Requires Re-Consideration  ||  SC: Disclosure Made to Settlement Commission Needn't be Something that Wasn’t Discovered by AO  ||  Tel. HC Stay GO Which Regularized Notarized Documents of Non-Agricultural Urban Land Sales  ||  Cal. HC: There Must be a Balance Between Religious Freedom U/A 30 and Overwhelming Public Interest    

Amendments under Interest Equalisation Scheme in respect of UIN- (Ministry of Commerce and Industry) (20 Apr 2023)



1.Attention of Trade and Industry is drawn towards Trade Notice no. 38/2021-22 dated 20.04.2023, wherein the eligible Interest Equalisation beneficiaries w.e.f 01.04.2022 were required to submit an Acknowledgement consisting of a Unique Identification Number (UIN) to the concerned bank to avail the interest subvention under this scheme.

2. All the exporters seeking benefits under the Interest Equalisation Scheme w.e.f 01.05.2023 are required to submit an Acknowledgement consisting of UIN which would be associated with a particular bank only for a ONE-TIME disbursement. The beneficiaries of this scheme are directed to submit a new UIN for each disbursement to the concerned bank. This also applies where the credit is rolled over, and a new UIN shall be generated by the exporter for each roll over.

3. This issues with the approval of the Competent Authority.


Share :        

Disclaimer | Copyright 2023 - All Rights Reserved