It is an Export of Goods to a destination outside of the Implementing States, where the overseas customer is responsible for arranging the collection of the Goods from the supplier in the State and who exports the Goods himself, or has appointed an agent to do so on his behalf.
This supply is subject to the "Zero rates.”
The main difference between direct and indirect export of goods is that of the person responsible for carrying on the transportation of goods, i.e., if the supplier is responsible, the supply shall be treated as direct exports
whereas, if the customer is responsible for carrying on transportation, it shall be treated as indirect exports.
The following conditions shall meet:
The following documents are required:
All the above documents should identify the:
The exporting entity shall have its name mentioned in the commercial evidence to prove that the transaction is “Indirect export” transaction of the concerned entity. If the entity’s name is not mentioned on any of the documents mentioned above, then it cannot be treated as “indirect exports.”
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