Clar­ity on e-way bill on mov­ing goods from dry to sea ports Awaited by Ex­porters

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Ex­porters are now wait­ing for clar­ity from the gov­ern­ment on the func­tion­ing of the e-way bill when goods move from dry ports to sea ports for ex­port and when they move be­tween spe­cial eco­nomic zones within the same state. For the same many ex­porters have sent let­ter to the fi­nance min­istry also. Ex­porters asked if any ex­emp­tion in cus­toms clear­ance would be given to goods when they move from in­land con­tainer de­pots to ports on the lines of such re­lief given to im­ports. Ex­porters have cited con­fu­sion on the num­ber of e-way bills needed in case an ex­porter places the or­der on a sup­plier who di­rectly dis­patches the goods to the port for ex­ports. The query is if two bills would be re­quired in such a sce­nario-—one from sup­plier to buyer and other from buyer to over­seas seller or if one e-way bill with des­ti­na­tion to the port will suf­fice.

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