The commerce ministry on Monday stated it has began a COVID-19 helpdesk to assist resolve problems with exporters and importers pertaining to worldwide commerce comparable to customs clearance delays and banking issues.
The Directorate Common of International Commerce (DGFT), an arm of the ministry, took this initiative to observe the standing of exports and imports, and difficulties being confronted by commerce stakeholders in view of the surge in COVID-19 circumstances.
“DGFT has accordingly operationalised a ‘COVID-19 Helpdesk’ to assist and search appropriate resolutions to points arising in respect of worldwide commerce,” the ministry stated.
It added that the helpdesk would look into points referring to import and export licensing, customs clearance delays and complexities arising thereon, import/export documentation, and banking issues.
“Helpdesk would additionally acquire and collate commerce associated points regarding different ministries/departments/ businesses of central and state governments and can coordinate to hunt their assist and supply potential decision,” it stated.
Stakeholders can submit data on the DGFT web site about their points on which assist is required.
“The standing of resolutions and suggestions could also be tracked utilizing the Standing tracker beneath the DGFT Helpdesk Companies. E mail and SMS would even be despatched as and when the standing of those tickets are up to date,” the ministry stated.
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