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Explanation : The Turkish Customs Tariff 1-24 nc used to prepare the products the subject of the export process has seen the chapters, Circular on the implementation procedures and principles of inward processing measures to be applied to imported agricultural products subject to import and domestic purchases to be made within the scope of Inward Processing Regime

FIRST PART

Goal, Rest, Scope and Definitions

Goal

MATTER 1 – (1) This Circular, Used in the production of the products subject to export in the 1st-24th sections of the Turkish Customs Tariff Schedule Divided into Statistical Positions., It has been prepared to determine the implementation procedures and principles of inward processing measures to be applied to imported agricultural products and domestic purchases within the scope of Inward Processing Regime..

Rest

MATTER 2 – (1) This Circular, 27/01/2005 dated 25709 published in the Official Gazette No. 17/01/2005 dated 2005/8391 Regarding the Decision of Inward Processing Regime and this Decision annexed to the Decision of the Council of Ministers 20/12/2006 dated 26382 Exports published in the Official Gazette No.:2006/12 Prepared based on the provisions of the Inward Processing Regime Communiqué.

Scope

MATTER 3 – (1) This Circular, Used in the production of the products subject to export in the 1st-24th sections of the Turkish Customs Tariff Schedule Divided into Statistical Positions., Includes inward processing measures to be applied to imported agricultural products and domestic purchases within the scope of Inward Processing Regime.

Definitions

MATTER 4 – (1) In this Circular;

Ministry : The Ministry of Economy (General Directorate of Exports)

Decision : 17/01/2005 dated 2005/8391 Inward Processing Regime Decision annexed to the Council of Ministers Decision,

Notification : Export: 2006/12 Numbered Inward Processing Regime Communiqué,

TO YOU : Inward Processing Regime,

dII : Inward Processing Permission,

DİİB : Inward Processing Permit,

Belgian : Inward Processing Permit,

gTip : The Customs Tariff Statistics Position,

Customs Tariff Schedule : Position Statistics to split the Turkish Customs Tariff

express.

SECOND PART

General Principles and Provisions Regarding Import List Related to GDW

General Principles

MATTER 5 – (1) Under Inward Processing Regime, General provisions regarding inward processing measures to be applied to imported agricultural products and domestic purchases are as follows:.

a) Foreign trading companies, sectoral foreign trade companies, DİİB is organized for exporters, provided that at least 51% of the manufacturers and exporters belong to the manufacturer.. The manufacturers and exporters of DIB, it may be allowed to have some or some stage of production of the processed product under the certificate export commitment to the supplier industry.. But, by these companies, The production of the processed product under the certificate export commitment cannot be made to the sub-industrialist..

b) Maximum exchange rate within the scope of DIİB % 80'to you. But, In documents containing secondary processed agricultural product commitment, this ratio is maximum. % 100 can be detected as. Foreign exchange usage rate is not sought in domestic purchases and bonus imports within the scope of DIB.

c) In DIBs to be organized for the first time on behalf of any company, The document is issued based on the maximum 1/4 of the annual production amount recorded in the firm's capacity report.. Subsequent applications are; amount used in previous documents, considering the document duration and exports in open documents are taken into consideration.

Sample:

Substance name: kokolin

Annual production amount recorded in the capacity report: 1.200 your

DIIB time: 12 be

First DIB export commitment (maximum):

(total production capacity) x 1/4 = (1.200) x (1/4) = 300 your (maximum)

ç) Discounted guarantee in this Circular, tool exporter, regulations on periodical import restrictions, expertise requirement and similar issues, Registered in the special conditions section of DIB. But, Not included in the special conditions section of DIB, It is the responsibility of the companies to fulfill the requirements regarding all the procedures and principles set out in the circular..

d) United Nations with international government tenders, Red Cross etc.. Companies that have won the tenders opened by international organizations, public institutions / organizations in our country, and companies that have contracted with the Red Crescent to supply contracts for humanitarian aid abroad, or companies that have contracted with the contracting company / contractor to fulfill the contract / contract subject partially or completely., without looking for the allocation limits stipulated in this Circular and export realizations in open documents, Within the scope of DİR, DİİB can be arranged for the import of raw materials up to the amount to be used in the production of the product subject to tender / contract.. These companies, Some or a part of the production within the scope of DİB, may be allowed to have the supplier. also, Periodic import restrictions are not applied in the raw material imports covered by the said DIB., export conditions are not required for import.. Ministry may restrict the scope of products subject to tender / contract. Within the scope of the documents issued pursuant to this provision, only exports to the countries or countries subject to the tender / contract are considered to be the export commitment of DIB..

e) 7th of this Circular, 9Waste specified in the article and 10th article, usage and efficiency rates, It shows the maximum waste and usage rates and minimum productivity rates resulting from the processing of the imported raw materials within the scope of DIB.. Following the processing activity, In case of getting more processed products than foreseen on the DIB as a result of production with higher efficiency rate, it is essential that the entire product is exported.

f) Evaluation process for DİİB applications, agricultural products with the regulations of the market dynamics in this Circular and foreign trade policies, taking into consideration, Some projects will be perfected in.

Related Provisions Regarding Import List with DİİB

MATTER 6 – (1) the following items "Related Import List with DİİB" What demands for inclusion; these items are evaluated only if they are procured from the domestic market within the framework of the provisions of the postponement-abandonment system in the value added tax in article 7 of the Communiqué and / or in the framework of the provisions of the document submitted in the tenth paragraph of the article 38 of the Communiqué..

a) Live cattle, sheep, poultry and ornamental animals

b) Meat and meat products (excluding rabbit meat)

c) Alive fish (excluding tuna and larvae)

ç) Dried fruits (Except for products / varieties / types that do not have domestic production or whose domestic production does not meet the total demand), hazelnuts and pistachios

d) Fresh fruits and vegetables (Except those that do not have domestic production or those whose domestic production does not meet the total demand)

e) Olives and olive oil

f) Tomato paste

g) Canned fruits and vegetables (Except those that do not have domestic production or domestic production does not meet the total demand)

ğ) Tea

h) Apple juice and concentrate (Malic acid value %3 except apple concentrate and above), apricot juice and concentrate, grape juice and concentrate, tomato juice and concentrate, and carrot juice and concentrate

I) Beverage, spirits and vinegar

i) Close, halvah, jam, confectionery, chocolate, cake, biscuit, wafer, cycles, ice cream, ball, yoghurt, milk, cream, a, pasta, bulgur and wheat flour

j) Chickpeas and beans to be peeled

k) Bowel, With Flower Seedling 1605.40.00.00.11 Snail with GTIP. (The products in question are evaluated within the scope of SOI.)

THIRD PART

Special provisions

Items subject to special regulation within the scope of DIR

MATTER 7 – (1) The provisions regarding the goods subject to special regulation within the scope of DIR are given below.. DİİB requests related to the goods in question, Considering the provisions in this article, they are evaluated.

1) Wheat

a) General Principles

The first paragraph of the article 5 of this Circular (d) Subject to the provisions of the paragraph, Wheat flour under DIR, wheat semolina, pasta, bulgur ve aşurelik buğday ihracatı gerçekleştirilmesini müteakip, ihraç edilen eşyaya tekabül eden miktarda buğday ithalatı yapılır.

Pasta, Document requests for export of semolina and noodle, of the said products from durum wheat (durum wheat - GTIP: 1001.19.00.00.00) if it is obtained, it is evaluated. But, Exports to African countries, 1001.99.00.00.11 GTİP’li “adi buğday”ın, eşdeğer eşya olarak ithalatının yapılmaması, maximum of the export product %30 "common wheat" in proportion, provided that the usage rates of durum and common wheat are specified in the packaging of the exported goods., Document requests for pasta and noodle export produced from durum and common wheat can also be taken into consideration.. In closing the DIBs arranged within this scope, a sworn financial advisor report regarding the above mentioned conditions is sought..

In exchange for bulgur export 1001.19.00.00.00 Durum wheat with HS Codes, 1001.99.00.00.11 Common wheat with GTIP and 1001.99.00.00.13 Spa with GTIP (red) DİİB on wheat import can be arranged.

Wheat flour, wheat and bulgur wheat exports;

> Fabrika binası kendisine ait olan firmalar için; DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD 1.500 ton buğday ithalatı öngörülmesi,

> An active facility (factory building) kiralayarak kendi adına kapasite raporu alan firmalar için;

– İlk DİİB’de azami 1.500 ton buğday ithalatı öngörülmesi,

– Daha sonraki DİİB’lerde ise firma performansı dikkate alınarak, Minimum on the basis of quantity within the scope of open DIBs % 50 ihracat gerçekleşmesi kaydıyla azami 5.000 ton buğday ithalatının öngörülmesi,

(Different: 04/06/2018) Provided that the provisions of the seventh paragraph of the 9th article of the Communiqué are reserved, no guarantee is applied.,

kaydıyla DİİB düzenlenir.

b) Efficiency Rate

Minimum amount of wheat imports in return for wheat flour export, %74 efficiency ratio is based.

c) Tool Exporter

The first paragraph of the article 5 of this Circular (d) Subject to the provisions of the paragraph, Exports with intermediary exporter other than group companies, Wheat flour export under the scope of DİB is not counted towards its commitment.

ç) Secondary Treated Product

“Bulgur / boiled wheat”, For DIB applications for "pasta / noodle / semolina" and "wheat flour" export, for secondary processed products, respectively 65 $/your, 80 $/tons and 90 $/unit price is declared on real values, not lower than tonal levels.

2) Egypt

The first paragraph of the article 5 of this Circular (d) Subject to the provisions of the paragraph, excluding the amount of corn corresponding to the exported article, Within the scope of DIR, “August 15 - 30 Cannot import corn between November ”.

Provided that corn import is not made as equivalent goods and / or corn semolina is supplied from the country., DİİB can be arranged for pasta obtained from corn grits. In closing the DIBs arranged within this scope, a sworn financial advisor report regarding the above mentioned conditions is sought..

An active facility (factory building) The applications of firms that have received a capacity report on their behalf by renting corn stems for export, are not taken into consideration.. Egyptian semolina export in the DIBs foreseen, Except for the need for revision caused by wastage and / or efficiency rate, The amount of export exceeding the export commitment is not evaluated within the scope of the document and is not subject to revision..

3) Lentil

Groats, within the scope of the DIBs for exporting processed and packaged lentils;

> Döviz kullanım oranının % 80Not exceeding (Including DIBs with secondary processed product export commitments),

> The first paragraph of the article 5 of this Circular (d) Subject to the provisions of the paragraph, "1 May - 30 No import between September ” (Imports can also be made in this period, corresponding to the rate at which the subject of export is exported.),

> (Different: 04/06/2018) Provided that the provisions of the seventh paragraph of the 9th article of the Communiqué are reserved, no guarantee is applied.

provided that lentils can be imported.

4) Oil Seeds and Vegetable Oils

To import crude sunflower oil and / or sunflower seeds within the scope of the DIBs that envisage the export of refined sunflower oil., and in return for sunflower oil exports,, the first paragraph of Article 5 of this Circular (d) Subject to the provisions of the paragraph, the amount corresponding to the exported item is allowed.

(Different: 04/06/2018) An active facility (factory building) Provided that the provisions of the seventh paragraph of the article 9 of the Communiqué are reserved within the scope of the DIBs regarding the export of sunflower oil belonging to the companies that have received a capacity report on their behalf,.

The first paragraph of the article 5 of this Circular (d) Subject to the provisions of the paragraph, Excluding the imports to be made following the completion of the export of the goods subject to the export commitment, “1 August - 31 Raw sunflower oil and sunflower seeds cannot be imported between October ”.

(Different: 04/06/2018) Maximum documents in the export of mixed oil and / or margarine % 15 crude sunflower oil can be imported. Provided that the provisions of the seventh paragraph of the 9th article of the Communiqué are reserved, a discounted guarantee is not applied in the import of the said product.. In the closure, a certified public accountant report is sought that the sunflower oil imported within the scope of the document is used within the exported products..

It is not possible to import sunflower seeds as equivalent goods within the scope of documents stipulating sunflower seed export for snack consumption.

Within the scope of documents envisaging the export of refined vegetable oil, In the production of export goods, in case of using higher quality or equivalent goods that are in a more advanced manufacturing stage than imported goods,, Crude vegetable oil imports realized within the scope of the document are counted to the DİİB commitment account, provided that the equivalent goods are subject to refinement under the document, with a sworn financial advisor report..

5) Fishes, Crustaceans and Molluscs

Crustaceans and molluscs in the 3rd chapter of the Customs Tariff Schedule for export as processed. (snail, lobster, shrimp, mussels etc.) DİİB applications foreseen imports can be evaluated.

In exchange of frozen fish exports,, DİİB applications for frozen fish and fillet fish imports can be evaluated in exchange for canned fish exports..

Sardines used as fodder for growing tuna fish, uskumru, call, tırsi, coupling etc.. fish (fresh, chilled or frozen) DİİB applications foreseen imports within the scope of DIR can be evaluated.

6) Products within the Scope of Aquaculture and Animal Feed

Within the scope of DIR, DİİB applications which require hatching eggs or feed raw material imports in exchange for chick and / or live poultry exports can be evaluated..

Cereals in feed used in egg and poultry meat production (Egypt, wheat, barley etc.) 65% of the rate, oilseeds and their derivatives (soybean, Soy sauce, sunflower meal, canola meal etc.) provided that its rate does not exceed 35%, Document requests for egg and poultry meat export can be evaluated. Maximum usage rates of grains and oilseeds and their derivatives, provided that they fall within these rates. 5 and it is shown in Table 6.

Minimum of live chick %75 efficient broiler meat and offal are obtained. The ratio of offal to total export commitment cannot exceed 5% in quantity.

Document requests for the export of animal feeds, 65% of the grain content in feed content, oilseed and its derivatives are evaluated on condition that the ratio does not exceed 35%..

Demands on vegetable oil imports within the scope of the DIBs envisaging the export of animal feeds, Communiqué 7’nci maddesindeki katma değer vergisinde tecil-terkin sistemi hükümleri çerçevesinde “yurt içi alım” özel şartı kapsamında değerlendirmeye alınabilir.

No wheat import is made as equivalent goods within the scope of the documents foreseen imports of feed raw materials. also, Within the framework of DİR, the wheat to be imported as feed raw material, TS 2974 It should have low quality bread wheat quality within the framework of the standard..

7) Blueberries, Blackberry and Raspberry

Within the scope of DİR, “July 1 - 30 Blueberries between September ”, blackberry and raspberry can not be imported. But, Imports can also be made in this period, in the amount corresponding to the rate at which the subject of export is exported..

8) Hard Shelled Fruits, Nuts and Dried Fruits

Nuts, Within the scope of the DIBs, which envisage the import of dried fruits and nuts, the transaction is made within the framework of the following provisions..

> Maximum on product basis 800 tons of import.

> (Different: 04/06/2018) Without prejudice to the provisions of the seventh paragraph of Article 9 of the Communiqué, No discount is applied during import..

> Product processed within the scope of DIIB (sugar products, baklava etc.) bünyesinde ihraç edilmek kaydıyla ithal edilecek kabuklu badem ve kabuklu ceviz için yukarıda belirtilen hükümler uygulanmaz.

> İşlem görmüş ürün olarak ihraç edilen yer fıstığının üretiminde kullanılan işlenmemiş yer fıstığının azami %50’sinin ithalatı yapılabilir.

> DİR kapsamında kabuklu ceviz ve kabuklu bademin eşdeğer eşya olarak ithalatı yapılamaz.

> Yerli üretimi olmayan ya da yerli üretimi toplam talebi karşılamayan kuru meyvelerin ihracatını öngören belge müracaatları, evaluated on project basis. In the DIBs to be organized within this scope, According to the demand of the company, a special condition can be added that no equivalent goods will be used..

> İhracat taahhüt listesinde ikincil işlem görmüş ürün bulunan DİİB’ler de dahil olmak üzere, foreign currency usage rate % 80Cannot exceed.

9) Rice

Within the scope of the DIBs, which require the export of polished or polished rice in exchange for paddy or cargo rice imports, the transaction is completed within the framework of the following provisions..

> The first paragraph of the article 5 of this Circular (d) bendi hükümleri saklı kalmak kaydıyla DİR kapsamında pirinç ihracatının gerçekleştirilmesini müteakip, ihraç edilen eşyaya tekabül eden miktarda çeltik veya kargo pirinç ithalatı yapılır.

> İhracat taahhüt listesinde ikincil işlem görmüş ürün bulunan DİİB’ler de dahil olmak üzere, foreign currency usage rate % 80Cannot exceed.

10) Tobacco and Tobacco Products (Different: 04/06/2018)

Within the scope of the DIBs, which envisage the export of tobacco and tobacco products, transactions are made within the framework of the following provisions..

> DİR kapsamında tütün mamulü olarak ihraç edilmek üzere tütün (except oriental type tobacco) imports, 4733 No. “Tobacco, Without prejudice to the provisions set out in the Law on the Regulation of Tobacco Products and Alcohol Market..

> In accordance with the Law, food, Tarım ve Hayvancılık Bakanlığı (GTHB)’ndan izin alan yaprak tütün işleme tesisleri tarafından ise, sadece işlendikten sonra ihraç edilmek amacıyla yine GTHB tarafından izin verilecek tütün çeşitlerinin ithalatı yapılabilir.

> DİİB kapsamında tütün mamulleri üretiminde fire dikkate alınmaz.

> Dust produced by physical and chemical effects during the processing of leaf tobacco in tobacco processing plants, rotten, The total amount of moisture and dry matter loss cannot exceed 10%. Those with economic value from these products are recorded as secondary processed products on DIB.. Others, GTHB’den izin almak kaydıyla ilgili mevzuata göre imha edilir.

> Tütün mamulleri üretim sürecinde ortaya çıkan “tütün döküntüleri ve tozları” ve benzeri ürünler “ikincil işlem görmüş ürün” olarak DİİB üzerine kaydedilir. The amount of secondary processed product in cigarette production, The amount of tobacco imports within the scope of DIB % 5,5Cannot exceed.

> Yaprak tütün ihracatında “eşdeğer eşya” kullanılamaz. If it is foreseen to use “equivalent goods” in tobacco products, this issue is stated as “special condition” on DIB..

> İhracı taahhüt edilen tütün mamullerinin mamulat çeşidi bazında beyanı zorunludur.

> Aracı ihracatçı ile yapılan ihracatlar DİİB taahhüdüne sayılmaz.

> DİİB’lerin kapatılmasında GTHB tarafından düzenlenen ekspertiz raporları esas alınır.

11) Whey Powder, Milk and Dairy Products

DİR kapsamında süt tozu ithalatı karşılığında peyniraltı suyu tozu ihracatı öngören DİİB üzerine ekpsertiz şartının ilave edilmesi zorunludur.

Süt ve süt mamulleri ihracatı öngören DİİB başvurularında Gıda, Tarım ve Hayvancılık Bakanlığının uygunluk yazısı aranabilir.

12) Toy

Of toys exported in coated products (surprise egg, top vb. shapes) the type and number must be stated on the customs declaration.. Although there is a special requirement on the document, customs declarations, where the number of toys are not recorded, are taken into consideration in the context of other raw materials registered exclusively in the document during the closing phase..

13) Candy

(Different: 04/06/2018) Within the scope of DIIB 1701.99.10.00.11 In case the imports of crystal sugar with GTIP are foreseen before export of the finished product., Provided that the provisions of the seventh paragraph of Article 9 of the Communiqué are reserved, %20 rate of guarantee is applied.

In closing the DIBs, Şeker Kurumunca düzenlenen uygunluk yazısı aranır.

In DIIB applications, maximum in relation to the sugar used within the export product %3 waste rate is based.

(2) Products that cannot be imported as equivalent goods are indicated in Table 1..

Table 1:

Imported product Export Product
Adi Buğday Pasta
Egypt Pasta
Feeding Wheat Forage, Egg, Poultry Meat
Sunflower Seed Processed Sunflower Seed for Cookies
Shelled Walnut Internal and / or Processed Walnut
Shelled Almonds Internal and / or Processed Almonds
Sesame Processed Sesame or Tahini
Black Seed Black cumin oil
Spices Processed Spices
Pea Processed Peas
Kapari Processed Capers
Anchovy Processed Anchovies
Butter Finished Products

PART FOUR

DİİB Times

MATTER 8 – (1) Gümrük Tarife Cetvelinin 1-24’üncü fasıllarında yer alan muhtelif tarım ürünlerinin ihracatına yönelik olarak düzenlenecek DİİB’lerin süreleri Tablo 2’de belirtilmektedir. For the agricultural products that do not include the substance name in this table, the time to submit the DIB for applications, 12 is concluded by evaluating on a project basis provided that it does not exceed the month. For the DİİB applications for the export of goods with different document periods, the DİIB period of the goods with a short document period is taken as basis..

Table 2: DİİB Times (be)

chapters Substance name Time
01 Chick and live poultry 8
02 – 16 Bovine and poultry meat and products derived from them 8
03 Fresh obtained by juvenile fish farming, cooled, frozen, dried, smoked, salted and pickled fish, fish fillets 24
Fresh, dried from chilled or frozen fish, smoked, tuzlanmış, pickled fish and fish fillets 12
04 Eggs (including processed eggs) 8
Whey powder, milk and dairy products 6
07 Legumes 6
Processed dried vegetables 6
Packaging materials and packaging processes for fruit and vegetables 6
08 Fresh and dried fruit mixes and cocktails 6
Processed dried fruits 6
09 Processed spices 8
10 Polished or burnished brass 6
11 Wheat flour and corn flour 6
Wheat flour and corn flour [International government tenders (Except Iraq), international establishment tenders, for international humanitarian aid supply contracts with public institutions and organizations in our country and contracts with Libya's importing state company NASCO] (Maximum) 12
starches 6
semolina, pelletler, boiled wheat and other processed cereal grains 6
Malt 8
07; 08;12;20 Nuts and nuts 6
15 Margarinler 8
Raw or refined vegetable oils 6
1604 Canned seafood 12
17; 20 Starch based sugars (glucose, fructose, etc.) 8
Cikletler 10
Close, cezerye, cotton candy, confectionery, soft and hard candies, halvah, tahini and other sugary products 10
18 Cocoa powder and cocoa butter 6
Chocolate, cocoline and other cocoa products in this section 12
19 baklava, kadayıfı, findings, pasta, phyllo dough, pasty 6
Children's food, biscuit, cake, wafer, pastry and other bakery products and other products of this chapter 12
jams, marmalades and fruit purees 6
20 Fruit jellies 6
Canned vegetables and fruits, pickles, swings, juices 12
21 Powder jelly and powder drinks 6
Cikletler 10
Coffee, dry and wet yeasts, baking powders, sauces and preparations, ice cream and other processed foods included in this chapter 8
22 Some 8
Waters, carbonated drinks and other products of this chapter 6
23 Compound feeds 6
24 Cigarettes and other tobacco products 8

PART FIVE

Fire, Use, Efficiency and Secondary Treated Product Ratios

Fire and Usage Rates

MATTER 9 – (1) At the stage of preparing DIB, not exceeding the waste and usage rates specified in this Circular or not being below the efficiency rates (If it exceeds / falls below or is not specified, The rates in the Circular are taken as basis.) provided that the capacity report (Document received from the relevant institution for production activities without capacity reports) included and / or declared by the company (Provided that it is approved by the expert report) fire, use, efficiency and secondary processed product ratios.

(2) The waste / usage and efficiency rates stated in this Circular show the maximum and minimum rates, respectively., the fact that the said ratios are based on the stage of preparing the DIB does not eliminate the responsibility of the company..

Table 3: Fire Ratios

OPERATION Maximum Fire Rate (%)
Preparation of wheat to get processed product 3
Refined soy oil from crude soybean oil 4
Refined corn oil from crude corn oil 8
Refined vegetable oils from other crude vegetable oils 6
Re-refining processed oils 1
Processed sesame or tahini from raw sesame 25

Table 4: Feed Usage

Substance name Maximum Feed Amount (Kg)
Live Chicken (1 Kg)* 1,9
Live Turkey (1 Kg)** 2,6
Live Cattle (1 Kg)*** 7,24
Yarka Chicken (1 Piece) 7,5
Tuna fish (1 Kg)**** 17
Seabass (1 Kg) 2,0
Sea Bream Fish (1 Kg) 2,5
Sivriburun Karagöz Fish (1 Kg) 2,0
Trout (1 Kg ) 1,5
Table Eggs (1 Piece) 0,175
Hatching Eggs (non-breeder - layman) (1 Piece) 0,227
Hatching Eggs (non-breeder - broiler) (1 Piece) 0,360
Hatching Eggs (breeder - broiler) (1 Piece) 0,439

* Minimum of live chick %75 chicken meat and offal are obtained with efficiency ratio.
** Minimum of live turkey %78 turkey meat and offal are obtained with efficiency ratio.
*** From live cattle % 55 boned meat is obtained with efficiency ratio.
**** Fish can be predicted as feed raw material.

Table 5: Raw Material Content in Feed Content to be Considered in Poultry Meat Export Foreseeing DIBs

Substance name Maximum Rate %
Egypt, wheat, barley* 65
Soybeans and pulp ** 35
Sunflower and canola meal ** 6
Corn Gluten Meal 3
Vegetable oil*** 5

* The total ratio of grain products in feed cannot exceed 65%.
** The total ratio of oilseeds and their derivatives in feed cannot exceed 35%.
***Registered in the document with the domestic purchase condition.

Table 6: Raw Material Content in Feed Content to be Considered in EGUs for Eggs Exports

Substance name Maximum Rate %
Egypt* 65
Barley* 25
Wheat* 50
Soy sauce ** 35
Soybean ** 25
Sunflower seed meal ** 20
Vegetable oil*** 3
Corn Gluten Meal 6
Razmol - Images 20
Wheat Fracture 15

* The total ratio of grain products in feed cannot exceed 65%.
** The total ratio of oilseeds and their derivatives in feed cannot exceed 35%.
***Registered in the document with the domestic purchase condition.

Table 7: Use of Milk Powder and Butter for Cheese Production

Name of the product
(1 Kg)
Maximum amount of milk powder
(Kg)
Maximum Butter Amount
(Kg)
Melting Cheese 0,64 0,42
Feta cheese 0,48 0,22
Cheddar cheese 0,96 0,43
Knitted cheese 0,96 0,43
Tulum cheese 0,96 0,43

Efficiency and Secondary Treated Product Ratios

MATTER 10- (1) The minimum original processed product that is predicted to emerge as a result of processing various agricultural products (productivity) and maximum secondary processed product rates are given in Table 8.. But, It is not the responsibility of the company to take the rates specified in Table 8 as the basis for the preparation of the SIB..

Table 8: Efficiency and Secondary Treated Product Ratios

Imported product İhracat Taahhüdü /
Asgari Verimlilik Oranı (%)
Secondary Treated Product /
Maximum Rate (%)
Wheat A / 74 kepek / 26
Sunflower seeds Crude sunflower oil / 41 Ask / 59
Soybean Raw soybean oil / 18 Ask / 82
Paddy* Polished or burnished brass / 50 Glume / 20
kepek / 10
Broken Rice / 15
Other Grains / 5
Cargo rice Polished or burnished brass / 87,5 kepek / 12,5
Lentil Lentils / 80 kepek / 20
Shelled walnuts Walnut / 40 Shell / 60
Shelled walnut of chile origin Walnut / 48 Shell / 52
Shelled almonds Inner almond / 44 Shell / 56

* In case no broken rice is obtained in the production stage, minimum efficiency rate %65 as applied.

PART SIX

Various Provisions

Repealed Provisions

MATTER 11 – Export:2011/1 No. “Inward Processing Regime Circular on Agricultural Products has been repealed.

TEMPORARY TOPIC 1 – (1) The DIBs subject to this Circular, issued before the date of this Circular, (Including documents whose commitment accounts have been closed but whose sanctions are not collected) Arrangements related to issues that are regulated in this Circular in closure procedures but are not included in the special conditions of the DIB or partly, provided that the imported goods are used within the scope of the document, with the sworn financial advisor report of the exported processed product., may not be taken into account.

TEMPORARY TOPIC 2 – (1) In DIBs held before the date of this Circular and the commitment account has not been closed yet, the provisions of this Circular apply.

Authority

MATTER 12 – (1) Bu Genelge kapsamında ortaya çıkabilecek özel ve zorunlu durumları inceleyip sonuçlandırmaya ve uygulamada ortaya çıkacak ihtilafları idari yoldan çözümlemeye Ekonomi Bakanlığı (General Directorate of Exports) is authorized.

(2) Export:2006/12 Regarding the implementation of the Communiqué on Inward Processing Regime, Exports on matters not regulated in this Circular:2008/1 No. Inward Processing Regime Circular is based on.

Force

MATTER 13 – (1) This Circular takes effect on the date of approval.

Executive

MATTER 14 – (1) Bu Genelge hükümlerini Ekonomi Bakanlığı (General Directorate of Exports) executes.

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