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India: Key Customs, Tax Challenges In Auto Parts Trade

This audio interview features Krishna Barad, partner, Customs & International Trade, Indirect Tax with BDO India.

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GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview “India: Key Customs and Tax Challenges of Importing and Exporting Automotive Parts” features Krishna Barad, partner with the Indirect Tax practice of BDO India, with a special focus on customs and international trade. He has more than 27 years of experience in customs, foreign trade policy, international trade, shipping and logistics related matters.

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In the 19-minute audio interview, Barad discusses these questions:

  • Can you provide a short overview of Indian Automotive Industry (such as provide key highlights, as well as what initiatives taken by Government to help the auto industry?)
  • Can you provide insights into Indian Customs Procedures & Challenges in Automotive Sector?
  • Can you discuss Digitalization in customs – Ease of Doing Business Initiatives by Government of India, as well as any Regulatory requirements & changes by Government?
  • Regarding Electric Vehicles and India’s readiness for it – can you provide insights into Customs Compliances & Duty concessions etc.

About Krishna Barad:

Partner, Customs & International Trade, Indirect Tax, BDO India

Krishna is a Partner with the Indirect Tax practice, with a special focus on Customs & International Trade. He has over 27 years of experience in Customs, Foreign Trade Policy, International Trade, Shipping & Logistics related matters. 

Prior to joining BDO in India, he was associated with a larger accounting firm for 2 years and also worked with large Indian and multinational corporations.  

He has undertaken Customs, Foreign Trade Policy & international trade, indirect tax advisory and compliance services across various industry verticals, including aviation, wind, oil & gas, automobile, engineering, locomotive, healthcare, steel, chemical, infrastructure, IT/ITeS, pharmaceuticals, and auto ancillary sector.

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Krishna has advised and assisted clients in setting up operations in India. He has also handled SEZ and EOU/STPI related advisory, compliance and implementation related matters on various clients. 

He has extensively handled the implementation of IT tool EO-Soft for EOU Compliance, Robotics Process Automation (RPA), Global Trade Management Tool – Amber Road, HS Classification automation, Post Entry Audit etc.  He has also been actively involved in advising clients on litigations and representations before the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Director General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) and other appellate tribunal authorities.

He has significantly contributed to Indian business and professional magazines and has been a speaker for Customs & International trade topics at several local, national & international forums.

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GlobalAutoIndustry.com is the leading global business intelligence source for the automotive industry, connecting the worldwide automotive OEM and supplier industry with the resources to effectively do business globally. Through the web site, www.GlobalAutoIndustry.com, automotive executives can find insight, solutions and strategies focused on doing business in the world’s top automotive markets. The Company offers weekly Audio Interviews and eJournal newsletters addressing important international business and operational challenges for industry professionals.  The Audio Interviews are available to over 1,000,000 automotive industry professionals worldwide, including syndicated through WardsAuto, aftermarketNews, ETAuto (The Economic Times of India), TU Automotive, MEXICONOW, BORDERNOW, HORSEPOWER, and soon China Automotive Review.

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