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DGFT allows export of all alcohol-based hand sanitizersOn May 6, the government had lifted ban on the export of non-alcoholic sanitizers that was in place since March 24 but prohibited exports of alcohol-based sanitizers to boost its availability in the domestic market amid corona virus pandemic According to estimates, India had exported sanitizers worth USD 485 million in 2018-19PPE Import and Export RegulationsFederal Customs Authority has imposed a ban on the export of certain consumable items such as face masks (surgical face masks and N95), hand gloves, gowns, and sanitizers Also a list of anti-viral drugs, as well as drugs containing active ingredients have been banned for export until further notice (refer to Appendix 2)



Govt allows exports of soaps, cleaning preparations, not On March 24, India had prohibited the exports of hand sanitisers, soaps, washing and cleaning preparations, disinfectants and medicaments It had also banned the export of ventilators, artificial respiratory apparatus, oxygen therapy apparatus, and any other breathing appliance due to the coronavirus scare in the countryContact Supplier
Govt allows exports of soaps, cleaning preparations, not On March 24, India had prohibited the exports of hand sanitisers, soaps, washing and cleaning preparations, disinfectants and medicaments It had also banned the export of ventilators, artificial respiratory apparatus, oxygen therapy apparatus, and any other breathing appliance due to the coronavirus scare in the countryContact Supplier
Government bans export of alcohol - The Times of IndiaIndia Business News: The government on Wednesday banned exports of alcohol-based hand sanitizers to boost its availability in the domestic market amid coronavirus pandemicContact Supplier
India lifted its ban on the export of hydroxychloroquine India is one of the world's largest pharmaceuticals producers, and had earlier announced partial export ban on drugs including paracetamol, which it has also now partially liftedContact Supplier
Centre lifts export ban on all ventilators after more than On August 1, the group of ministers on COVID-19 had considered and agreed to the proposal of the Ministry of Health to allow the export of made-in-India ventilators The Centre on Tuesday lifted the export ban on all ventilators to push the outbound shipments of the product, more than four months after it had imposed a curb amid risingContact Supplier
India lifted its ban on the export of hydroxychloroquine India is one of the world's largest pharmaceuticals producers, and had earlier announced partial export ban on drugs including paracetamol, which it has also now partially liftedContact Supplier
Govt allows exports of soaps, cleaning preparations, not On March 24, India had prohibited the exports of hand sanitisers, soaps, washing and cleaning preparations, disinfectants and medicaments It had also banned the export of ventilators, artificial respiratory apparatus, oxygen therapy apparatus, and any other breathing appliance due to the coronavirus scare in the countryContact Supplier
Centre lifts export ban on all ventilators after more than On August 1, the group of ministers on COVID-19 had considered and agreed to the proposal of the Ministry of Health to allow the export of made-in-India ventilators The Centre on Tuesday lifted the export ban on all ventilators to push the outbound shipments of the product, more than four months after it had imposed a curb amid risingContact Supplier
Govt allows exports of soaps, cleaning preparations, not On March 24, India had prohibited the exports of hand sanitisers, soaps, washing and cleaning preparations, disinfectants and medicaments It had also banned the export of ventilators, artificial respiratory apparatus, oxygen therapy apparatus, and any other breathing appliance due to the coronavirus scare in the countryContact Supplier
Made-in-India ventilators: Export banned in March but Made-in-India ventilators: Export banned in March but lifted in July On March 24, 2020, Union govt banned the export of all types of ventilators owing to a massive shortage in India Why has the export ban been lifted in July if domestic demand has not yet been met?Contact Supplier
Made-in-India ventilators: Export banned in March but Made-in-India ventilators: Export banned in March but lifted in July On March 24, 2020, Union govt banned the export of all types of ventilators owing to a massive shortage in India Why has the export ban been lifted in July if domestic demand has not yet been met?Contact Supplier
Govt allows hand sanitizer exports but not the coronavirus Even as various companies such as Tata Chemicals and NIVEA India have come forward to make hand sanitizers, the government does not want to take a risk by allowing the companies to export the productContact Supplier
Centre lifts export ban on all ventilators after more than On August 1, the group of ministers on COVID-19 had considered and agreed to the proposal of the Ministry of Health to allow the export of made-in-India ventilators The Centre on Tuesday lifted the export ban on all ventilators to push the outbound shipments of the product, more than four months after it had imposed a curb amid risingContact Supplier
Govt allows hand sanitizer exports but not the coronavirus Even as various companies such as Tata Chemicals and NIVEA India have come forward to make hand sanitizers, the government does not want to take a risk by allowing the companies to export the productContact Supplier
India bans export of protective masks, clothing amid India bans export of protective masks, clothing amid coronavirus outbreak 1 Min Read A Muslim wearing a mask prays for the victims of coronavirus at a mosque in Ahmedabad, India, January 31, 2020Contact Supplier
Government bans export of alcohol - The Times of IndiaIndia Business News: The government on Wednesday banned exports of alcohol-based hand sanitizers to boost its availability in the domestic market amid coronavirus pandemicContact Supplier
Government bans export of alcohol - The Times of IndiaIndia Business News: The government on Wednesday banned exports of alcohol-based hand sanitizers to boost its availability in the domestic market amid coronavirus pandemicContact Supplier
Centre lifts export ban on all ventilators after more than On August 1, the group of ministers on COVID-19 had considered and agreed to the proposal of the Ministry of Health to allow the export of made-in-India ventilators The Centre on Tuesday lifted the export ban on all ventilators to push the outbound shipments of the product, more than four months after it had imposed a curb amid risingContact Supplier
DGFT allows export of all alcohol-based hand sanitizersOn May 6, the government had lifted ban on the export of non-alcoholic sanitizers that was in place since March 24 but prohibited exports of alcohol-based sanitizers to boost its availability in the domestic market amid corona virus pandemic According to estimates, India had exported sanitizers worth USD 485 million in 2018-19Contact Supplier
Government bans export of alcohol - The Times of IndiaIndia Business News: The government on Wednesday banned exports of alcohol-based hand sanitizers to boost its availability in the domestic market amid coronavirus pandemicContact Supplier
Made-in-India ventilators: Export banned in March but Made-in-India ventilators: Export banned in March but lifted in July On March 24, 2020, Union govt banned the export of all types of ventilators owing to a massive shortage in India Why has the export ban been lifted in July if domestic demand has not yet been met?Contact Supplier
DGFT allows export of all alcohol-based hand sanitizersOn May 6, the government had lifted ban on the export of non-alcoholic sanitizers that was in place since March 24 but prohibited exports of alcohol-based sanitizers to boost its availability in the domestic market amid corona virus pandemic According to estimates, India had exported sanitizers worth USD 485 million in 2018-19Contact Supplier
Made-in-India ventilators: Export banned in March but Made-in-India ventilators: Export banned in March but lifted in July On March 24, 2020, Union govt banned the export of all types of ventilators owing to a massive shortage in India Why has the export ban been lifted in July if domestic demand has not yet been met?Contact Supplier
Govt allows hand sanitizer exports but not the coronavirus Even as various companies such as Tata Chemicals and NIVEA India have come forward to make hand sanitizers, the government does not want to take a risk by allowing the companies to export the productContact Supplier
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