CESTAT Reduces Excessive Redemption fine Imposed for Confiscation of Goods on ground of 100% Examination of Imported Goods [Read Order]

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The Chennai bench of the Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT) reduced the excessive redemption fine and penalty imposed for confiscation of goods on the ground of 100% examination of imported goods.  Kamachi Steels Ltd, the appellant assessee imported goods viz. steel scrap and the Pre-shipment Inspection Certificate submitted was issued by the Branch…

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