ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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SOUTH-DMK Must Decide

 freewheels after inspection and sealing of each package by the Export Inspection Agency and clearance by Customs indicates the existence of a gang well organised for reverse smuggling. The bricks, it is learnt, were packed with great care in jute and polythene bags and reached their destination without suffering any breakage ! STCs letter docs not state whether the insurance company with which the goods were insured settled the claim promptly. There have been reports that Indian insurance companies take a long time to meet claims and to arrange disbursement in foreign currencies. Consequently, foreign buyers request the Indian exporters to insure with foreign insurance companies.

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