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Finance Ministry not in favour of SEZs selling in domestic market at reduced duties

As successive waves of COVID-19 make exports volatile, exporters and manufacturing firms inside Special Economic Zones (SEZs) want to sell their products in India’s domestic market. While they point to goods from India’s major trade partners coming in at reduced duties, in any case, the government is not convinced yet The Commerce Department’s proposal to allow companies in Special Economic Zones (SEZs) to sell their products in India’s vast domestic market has again seen opposition from the Revenue Department, sources say.