The consignment of imported ornamental fishes shall be accompanied by an import license issued by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) based on the NOC issued by DADF alongwith pre-quarantine certificate issued by the competent authority of exporting country stating that the fish is not harmful to human health or the environment. The fee shall not exceed the amount specified in clause (1) of this section.
In case of non-compliance with the provisions of clauses (3) and (4), the DGFT may impose a fine of up to ₹10,000 or imprisonment for a period not exceeding six months, or both, as the case may be, in addition to any other penalty provided for in this Act.
How do I import live fish to South Africa?
You cannot bring fish into South Africa without the import permit. The permit is valid for a maximum of six months from the date of issue, and must be renewed annually.
Bait is not allowed to be carried on board any vessel or aircraft, or on any aircraft or vessel that is registered in the name of any person other than the person who holds the permit, unless it is accompanied by a valid certificate of inspection issued by the Department.
If you are caught with bait, you may be fined up to $10,000 and/or imprisoned for up 6 months.
Can you bring a live fish on a plane?
Live fish in water and a clear transparent container are allowed after inspection by the Department of Environmental Protection. Inspections are conducted by DEP staff on a regular basis to ensure compliance with the Clean Water Act. Inspections may be conducted at any time of the year, but are most often conducted during the spring and summer months.
Is fish export profitable?
Starting a fish and fish products exporting business is a profitable business idea in India. India is one of the major exporters of fish and fish products around the world. One of the most viable import and export business ideas for Indian entrepreneurs is fish export.
Does India import fish?
India’s imports consist primarily of fishmeal. Bangladesh is the only product India has imported. Almost all of the fresh and frozen fish imported in 1998 came from India. India is the world’s largest importer of rice, followed by China, the United States, Japan, and South Korea. India is also the second largest rice exporter after China.
It is estimated that India’s rice exports to China will increase from $1.5 billion in 1998 to $2.2 billion by the end of this decade. Rice imports from China are expected to reach $3.3 billion this year and $4.1 billion next year. This is a significant increase over the previous year, when rice imports were estimated to be $0.8 billion.
However, rice prices in China have risen sharply in recent years, which has led to an increase in the demand for rice in India, as well as in other Asian countries, such as Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam and the Philippines.