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My business is importing from the overseas buyer namely ssab, sweden and metal one corporation, japan. The Bureau of the indian standard has consented to import the above material in India. as the said material is not producing in India, so the bureau of Indian standards given NOC to the aforesaid 2 parties namely ssab, sweden and metal one corporation, japan. We are importing the same material under the same grade and same chemical composition from Germany and in this case the customs authorities are seeking the NOC from the Bureau of Indian standards. When the NOC has already been given by the Bureau of Indian standards, why further NOC is required if the country of origin is differing? pleases advise.

If the companies are in different countries there is a possibility that the company may have incorporated a subsidiary in another country. For all practical purposes the subsidiary is a different legal entity and hence the permission has to be taken separately.

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