GJEPC Delhi office holds Exporters Meet

The Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council’s New Delhi regional office held an Exporters Meet at Amritsar to bring together industry professionals to discuss the current situation in India’s jewellery industry. 

The GJEPC’s Delhi office met to discuss the jewellery industry last week - GJEPC- Facebook

On September 4, around 50 member-exporters of the GJEPC’s Delhi division got together to discuss the industry, the GJEPC reported on its website. The aim of the meeting was to identify key challenges faced by jewellery exporters and to find a way forward. 

The GJEPC’s Northern Regional Chairman Ashok Seth led the meeting. Key issues in the industry that have been resolved were identified as restarting the Replenishment Scheme and the non-payment of IGST on goods that have been re-imported after being in an exhibition. Seth also outlined the organisation’s current schemes including the Swasthya Ratna and Swasthya Kosh schemes, the Parichay Card, and the setting up of a Common Facility Centre in East Delhi.

The GJEPC’s national policy director K K Duggal also spoke at the meeting and gave a presentation on the current status of the jewellery industry. Duggal spoke on various government schemes for the sector and ways forward. The GJEPC represents jewellery exporters across India and works with the central government to lobby for traders’ needs.

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