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Question ID : 36889


My client want to export some goods to Nepal ,whether this will come under zero rated supply or igst will charge .

Posted by Ajay Pandey on Dec 12, 2018

Filed Under GST

Answer ID : 76064

Exports to Nepal will be considered as zero-rated supply. Please note that as per definition of export of goods, there is no condition linked to repatriation of forex unlike definition of export of services. You may please refer to para 2(f) of circular 5/5/2017-GST dt. 11 Aug, 2017 in this regard. Also please refer para 2(k) of circular 8/8/2017-GST dt. 4 Oct, 2017. Export of goods to Nepal will be zero-rated. And LUT or payment (with refund) method may be followed.

Posted by CA. JATIN CHRISTOPHER A on Dec 13, 2018
Answer ID : 76071

Yes, Export to Nepal will be considered zero rated supply and all the benefit of zero rated supply will be availbale.

Posted by CA. SATISH CHAND GARG on Dec 14, 2018
Answer ID : 76076

Hi, You can apply for LUT Bond and avoid paying IGST on Export of Goods.

Posted by Sagar D Koshiya on Dec 18, 2018
Answer ID : 76106

It will be termed as Zero rated, now two option available with you: 1. Export with charging igst 2. Export without IGST on submitting LUT

Posted by CA JEET REWRI on Dec 27, 2018