Ministry of Finance, India has further revised the tariff value for edible oils w.e.f. 15th Nov., 2019  vide Notification No. 84/2019-CUSTOMS (N.T.) dated 15th Nov., 2019 as under.
Sr. No.Chapter/
/tariff items
Description of
Tariff Value
w. e. f.
15th Nov.,
Tariff Value
w. e. f.
31st  Oct.,
31st   Oct.,
  11511 10 00Crude Palm Oil613560(+)  53
21511 90 10RBD Palm Oil654582(+)  72
31511 90 90Others – Palm Oil634571(+)  63
41511 10 00Crude Palmolein658583(+)  75
51511 90 20RBD Palmolein661586(+)  75
61511 90 90Others – Palmolein660585(+) 75
71507 10 00Crude Soya bean Oil761743(+)  18

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