new Delhi. The government has taken a major step to help domestic television producer companies and support television production in the country. The central government has banned almost all types of color television imports. Directorate General of Foreign Trade has issued a notification in this regard. The DGFT has said in its notification that the color policy of color television has been changed. It has now been moved from free to restricted category.
According to the notification issued by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade, 36 centimeters, screens, 36-54 centimeters screens, 54 to 68 centimeters screens, 68-74 centimeters, 74-87 centimeters, 87 to 105 centimeters and all above 105 centimeters Color television imports are banned. In addition, imports of televisions with a liquid crystal display with screens smaller than 63 cm have also been banned.
In fact, a large amount of electronics goods are imported into the country and television imports have a significant share in them. Domestic television companies have suffered heavily due to cheap television imports from abroad and many domestic television brands have disappeared from the market in the last few years. But now the government has banned the import of color television from abroad to boost domestic television production.
This move of the government will not only increase domestic television production but will also save foreign exchange expenses for imports from abroad and will encourage Make in India. This step of the government will also force foreign companies to create television in the country, which will also create employment opportunities.
This post was published on July 30, 2020 10:50 pm
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