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DG Valuation issues Valuation Ruling 1183/2017

DG Valuation issues Valuation Ruling 1183/2017

KARACHI: The Directorate General of Customs Valuation has revised the customs values of miscellaneous stationery items vide Valuation Ruling No 1183/2017 under Section 25A of the Customs Act, 1969.

According to the details, customs values of stationery items were earlier determined vide Valuation Ruling No.961/2016, dated 11-11-2016. The customs values of some items were revised by the Director General of Customs Valuation vide Order-in-Revision No. 275/2016, dated 20-12-2016. Many importers filed appeals under Section 194-A of the Customs Act, 1969, against the Order-in-Revision, before the Customs Appellate Tribunal, Karachi.

The tribunal set aside the Order-in-Revision vide order dated 21-01-2017, meanwhile, some importers approached this Directorate General with the request for provisional clearances under Section 81 of the Customs Act, 1969, in the light of honorable High Court of Sind, Karachi’s judgment in C.P.No.6918/2015, dated 14-11-2015, read with Supreme Court of Pakistan’s order, dated 04-08-2016. As the previous Valuation Ruling needed revision in the light of above situation, an exercise was initiated to determine the customs values of Miscellaneous Stationery Items with a view to reflect the current prices prevailing in the international market.

Stakeholders’ participation in determination of Customs Values: Meetings with stakeholders were held on 18-05-2017 and 25-05-2017. The stakeholders were requested to bring following documents to make the meeting fruitful.

Websites, names and e-mail addresses of known foreign manufacturers CIF the item in question through which the actual current value can be ascertained.  Copies of contracts made/LCs opened during the last three months showing the value of item. Copies of sales tax Invoices issued during last four months showing the difference in price xcluding duty and taxes) to substantiate that the benefit of difference in price.