CESTAT upholds nil Rate of BCD on Right Claim of classifying Goods into “Bakery Shortening” [Read Order]

The CESTAT upheld the nil Rate of BCD on Right Claim of classifying Goods into Bakery Shortening
BCD - CESTAT - Basic Customs Duty - Bakery Shortening - TAXSCAN

The Chennai Bench of the Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT), upheld the nil rate of basic customs duty (BCD) on right claim of classifying goods into “Bakery Shortening”. The appellants had imported goods declared as “Bakery Shortening” under Bill-of-Entry No. 882999 dated 28.09.2005 and Bill-of-Entry No. 951898 dated 25.01.2006 classifying the same…

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