According to WTO statistics, in 2012 India’s simple average tariff amounted to 13, 7 % of which the simple average tariff rate for agricultural simple average tariff for agricultural products is 33,and 5%.Non-farm products amounted to 10,4%.In contrast to previous years it has improved .There is a difference between the tariff and most favored nation tariff rate in India. India’s simple tariff restrictions amounted to 48, 6 % the average tariff of the agricultural products is 113,1% and the simple average tariff is 113,1% and the simple average tariff of on-agricultural products is 34,5%. India, in addition to the basic tariff on the import of goods imposes additional tariffs special taxes and education surcharge etc. All imported goods shall be subject to additional duties except for wine spirits or other alcoholic beverages. Special additional tax of 40% ad valorem tax applies to all goods exempted in accordance with the notice of the customs .The education surcharge is 3% of the total import duty and the total additional tariff of the customs duty ．
2.The main import management system
On April 13the, 2013, India’s Commerce ministry issued notice 1 and notice 2 .2009-2014 years of trade policy and chapters 4 and 5 of which were modified, the provisions of anti-dumping duties .safeguard duty, countervailing duties shall be exemptedfrom not being applied to obtain transfer tax-free import license of goods and delete the original production data import implementation of 3% of the tariff concessions ,unified completion of zero proportioned of finished product exports On June 11 2013 the ministry of commerce and industry of India issued notice 18 which states that animal products imported to India must be accompanied by the exporter ,the relevant government departments or health certificate issued by the authorized inspection and quarantine institutions .Animals sex age and feeding information shall be written in the correspondence file. In addition health permits issued by government agencies such as the ministry of animal husbandry fishery and dairy industry should also be obtained respectively by the Indian animal husbandry department.
India implements the registration system of foreign trade of which the import products are divided into four categories permitted restricted, franchised and general .India restricts the operation of the products and license management.