Ministry of Commerce and Industry amends import policy conditions of radiological apparatus covered under EXIM Code 9022

Ministry of Commerce and Industry amends import policy conditions of radiological apparatus covered under EXIM Code 9022

April 23, 2018 Industry Specific 0

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (“Ministry”) has amended the import policy conditions of certain radiological apparatus which are covered under Exim Code 9022 of Chapter 90 of Indian Trade Classification (Harmonised System), 2017 [“ITC(HS)”].

The following is a list of apparatus for which the import policies has been amended:

Exim Code Item Description Policy Policy Conditions Revised Policy Conditions
9022 12 00 Computed tomography apparatus Free Imports are permitted subject to Atomic Energy Act, 1962 and Rules thereunder including prior regulatory clearance from AERB.
9022 14 10 X–ray generators and apparatus (non-portable) Free Diagnostic Medical X – Ray Equipment must conform to IS 7620 (Pt 1). Diagnostic Medical X – Ray Equipment must conform to IS 7620 (Pt 1).

 

Imports are permitted subject to Atomic Energy Act, 1962 and Rules thereunder including prior regulatory clearance from AERB.

9022 14 20 Portable X – ray machine Free Diagnostic Medical X – Ray Equipment must conform to IS 7620 (Pt 1). Diagnostic Medical X – Ray Equipment must conform to IS 7620 (Pt 1).

 

Imports are permitted subject to Atomic Energy Act, 1962 and Rules thereunder including prior regulatory clearance from AERB.

9022 30 00 X – ray Tubes Free Imports are permitted subject to Atomic Energy Act, 1962 and Rules thereunder including prior regulatory clearance from AERB.
9022 90 10 X – ray valves Free Imports are permitted subject to Atomic Energy Act, 1962 and Rules thereunder including prior regulatory clearance from AERB.
9022 90 20 Radiation generation units Free Imports are permitted subject to Atomic Energy Act, 1962 and Rules thereunder including prior regulatory clearance from AERB.
9022 90 30 Radiation beam delivery units Free Imports are permitted subject to Atomic Energy Act, 1962 and Rules thereunder including prior regulatory clearance from AERB.

In this notification, the Ministry has also informed that import of the radiation generating components listed above is subject to prior regulatory clearance from Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (“AERB”).

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Source: Ministry of Commerce and Industry

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