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Indian government requires 215 imported steel products to be registered

11 Sep 2019 16:33 reported by Lemon

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Recently, the Indian government required importers to register with the Steel Import Monitoring System (SIMS) to Import more than 200 types of steel products.

According to the new regulations, it must be mandatorily registered in the import monitoring system, including some flat materials, part of steel strands, steel rope, cable, some springs and steel spring blades, pipes and hollow profiles, parts for diesel locomotives and railways.

The Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) said that the import policy for the 215 items had been changed from "free to import" to "free to import through compulsory registration."

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