The area under the Special Export Zones (SEZ) has been declared ‘foreign territory’. This means that:

MCQ. The area under the Special Export Zones (SEZ) has been declared ‘foreign territory’. This means that:

(a) goods cannot be brought into the domestic tariff area

(b) SEZ goods cannot be sold in the domestic tariff area

(c) goods brought from the SEZ to the domestic tariff area are to be treated as imported’ goods

(d) SEZ goods are free of excise duty

Answer: (c) goods brought from the SEZ to the domestic tariff area are to be treated as imported’ goods

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