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India’s “2009-2014 foreign trade policy” provided subsidy system. New subsidy policy mainly include:


On January 22 nd ,2013 the Ministry of Commerce issued a circular to carry out “Freight subsidy in the whole territory of India” and in designated areas to specify the freight transportation of raw materials and finished goods arising from subsidies. Among them, the corresponding product meets the diversity of conditions (to achieve product diversification and the development of new products, the last fiscal year on sales needs to be higher than the total turnover of 25% and substantial growth conditions (due to the additional investment and new output value is equivalent to the original industrial equipment approved with registered output value which is equivalent to the original industrial equipment approved with registered output value on more than 25 %. Among them 90% at the railway and highway transport subsidies which accounts for the largest shipping and where a single transport meets the conditions and where cargo and shipping subsidies is relatively small, from 75%- 50% range, inter provincial transportation and simple in rail transit station between transport which will be the subject to different levels of subsidies and for transport goods (raw materials or manufactured goods). During the five years period during which the new product was put into operation, the small and medium enterprises can receive another five years of the subsidiary period. Some special areas may receive additional subsidies on the basis of the specified limits. India’s land management department is responsible for the registration of subsidies and subsidies for enterprises in order to accept and audit them.