In a letter to the Commerce and Sector Minister Piyush Goyal, AEPC Chairman A. Sakthivel wrote: “Non-declaration of companies’ accounts as NPAs might be extended for a minimal of just one 12 months as the lack of business coupled with fastened costs will make accounts as NPAs.
“Phrase mortgage EMIs need to be postponed by just one 12 months and RBI might increase the bill realization interval by six months in check out of the liquidity worries.”
Additional, the council has questioned for extension of the International Trade Coverage 2015-twenty for a even more interval of six months looking at the disaster owing to coronavirus pandemic, and a reintroduction of the MEIS plan for clothing exporters with influence from March 7, 2019 and that it proceed outside of March 31, 2020.
The reimbursement of Rebate of State and Central Taxes and Levies (RoSCTL) might be provided as ‘Direct Income Transfer’, as in the situation of erstwhile ROSL and downside, Sakthivel explained.
He also questioned for extending the validity of all import instruments like EPCG and Export Obligations Periods (EOP) by a even more 12 months without the need of penalty.
Sakthivel also highlighted the will need for extending the packing credit rating interval for existing financial loans by six months. Fascination Equalization Scheme need to be enhanced from three for every cent to 5 for every cent for all clothing exporters and extended for a interval of two a long time up to March 31, 2022, he demanded.
“Restructuring of financial loans and existing restrictions have to not be treated as downgrading of account and there need to be no penalty on cancellations. This will assist enterprises to evolve and obtain methods to float,” he explained.
On easing out labour compliances, Sakthivel appealed the governing administration to contribute wages and salaries of the personnel for the lockdown interval and requested acceptance to allow market to defer payment of PF, ESI and electric power costs by a few months.
“We are grateful for all the guidance extended to minimise the adverse effect of the current scenario to clothing exports and we are hopeful that these steps will, to a certain extent, assist the market to defeat the present liquidity disaster,” he explained.