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ESTABLISHING SERVICES FOR EXPORT BUSINESS

1. Due to increasing share of service sector, in National Economy, over the


years, certain Exports were incorporated in the EXIM policy of 2002-2007.
2. Share of Services is around 55% of GDP.
3. The increasing Growth of Service Sector in National and World Economy
has resulted in bringing this Service Sectors under GATT.
4. Services amounting 161 tradeable Services are covered under WTO i.e.
GATS.
5. List of 161 services are categorized in 11 sectors and sub-sectors. They are :
1. Business Services:
a) Professional services
b) Computer and related services
c) R & D services
d) Real Estate services
e) Rental / Leasing services
f) Other business services
2. Communication Services
a) Postal services
b) Courier services
c) Telecommunication services
d) Audio visual services
e) Audio visual services
f) Others
3. Construction and Related Engineering Services
a)
General construction work for building
b)
General Construction work for civil engineering
c)
Installation and Assembly work
d)
Building completion and finishing work
e)
Others

4. Distribution Services
a) Commission agent services
b) Wholesale trading services
c) Retailing services
d) Franchising services
e) Others
5. Education Services
a) Primary education services
b) Secondary education services
c) Higher education services
d) Adult education services
e) Others
6. Environmental Services
a) Sewage services
b) Refuge disposal services
c) Sanitation and similar services
d) Others
1. Financial Service
a)
All Insurance related services
b)
Banking and other financial services
c)
Others
8. Health related and Social Services
a) Hospital Services
b) Other human health services
c) Social services
d) Others
9. Tourism and Travel related Services
a)
Hotel and restaurants
b)
Travel Agencies and Tour Operators
c)
Tourist Guide Services
d)
Others
10. Recreational, Cultural and Sporting Services
a) Entertainment Services
b) News agency services
c) Library, Archives, Museums and other cultural Services.
d) Sporting and other recreational services
e) Others

11. Transport Services


a) Maritime transport
b) Internal Waterway
c) Air transport
d) Space transport
e) Rail transport
f) Road transport
g) Pipe line transit
h) Services ancillary to all modes of transport.
Benefits to Services Providers:
1.

The services providers will be entitled to all the facilities


mentioned in Foreign Trade Policy.

2.

Service providers who have reached the stipulated earnings in


foreign exchange will be recognized as service Export House,
International Service Export House, International State Service , Export
House, International Super Star Service Export House.

3.

All the provisions applicable to Export of goods will apply


mutatis mutandi to Export of Services, unless otherwise specified.

4.

Service providers are required to register themselves with


federation of Indian Exporters Organization.

5.

Hardware, Exporters skill register themselves with electronic and


Software-Promotion Council

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