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The Tariff Commission was established in September 1997. Bureau of Industrial Costs & Prices (BICP) was merged with the Commission in April 1999, to provide in-house support. The present Tariff Commission is the result of the refinement and amalgamation of the functions of its predecessor organizations namely, Tariff Board, Tariff Commission (old), Bureau of Industrial Costs & Prices.

Tariff Commission having a multi dimensional structure of experts who are technical experts, cost & financial analysts, statisticians and economists, provides study based inputs for informed decision making by Government. These studies are based on ground realities obtained through questionnaires and visits to the study units and analysis of data both, secondary and primary, collected from the units.

The expertise of the Commission in normation is used in the studies as a tool for enabling informed decision making and analysing the data/information from inter-alia competitiveness perspective of the studied Product/Sector/Industry/Organisation.

The Tariff Commission inter-alia takes up studies on recommending tariff for redressing the Inverted Duty Structure of various products consequent to implementation of several FTAs with a view to enhance the competitiveness of the particular industry. The emphasis of the Tariff Commission studies is enhancing the competitiveness of the domestic manufacturers focusing on areas delineated in the National Manufacturing Policy

Tariff Commission endeavours to deliver study reports with in a definite time frame in a phased manner so that the findings are real time and relevant for arriving at policy decisions and not rendered redundant with the passage of time. This is ensured by phasing the studies and making them State specific and/or sector/unit/product specific

Tariff Commission as per its mandate does not charge its clients. The expenditure on the studies is met through the budget provided by the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion and as such the clients do not have to provide for the expenditure incurred on the studies.

The Reports of the Tariff Commission are confidential between the Commission and Client Ministries/Departments.

The Commission is headed by a Chairman in the rank of Secretary to the Government of India and assisted by a Member Secretary in the rank of Additional Secretary to the Government of India.

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