Indian Customs Data

Basic facts about India The trade between China and India started in 1951. The bilateral trade is growing faster and faster, with the trade volume increasing by more than 30% per year on average. India is now China's largest trading partner in South Asia. India's import trade is the largest source of imports of China, the main imports of goods from China are textiles, electronic products, machinery and equipment, furniture, metal products, optical instruments, ceramics, plastic products. In the market of similar goods imported by India, China still has a clear advantage, although it faces competition from developed countries such as the United States and Japan. The Indian customs data of the foreign trade state is the original customs data obtained directly from the local customs, the import and export data information is large and complete, providing online inquiries. India Data Description Indian customs data are derived from every maritime transaction between India and all trading companies worldwide and contain import and export data. India data for the Foreign Trade State began to be updated in 2004 and has been continuously updated to date, providing 510 million original bill of lading data, 235,688 buyers and 179,612 suppliers. Indian customs data are updated once a month. (Latest update date, visible data update table) import data export data 1. The bill of lading contains the HS code information of the 8-digit commodity used for customs clearance in India. 2. Detailed description of the goods is provided in English. 3. Different from the customs data of other countries, the import and export data of India records the detailed enterprise information of local companies in India, such as contact information, company information, bank information, etc., which is rich in information. 4. Due to the restrictions of local customs policies in India, the import data is only the information of purchasers, and no specific supplier information is provided; Export data carry information about both companies. 5. The import data includes the unit price, the total amount of the transaction and the corresponding tax rate. 6. For each export transaction, the actual price of the transaction between the two parties is recorded, including the price information of rupee unit price, us dollar unit price and FOB amount. 7. The bill of lading shows the country of origin of each order, as well as detailed port of destination, unloading port, port code and other port information.

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