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Chamber maintains record of all important statistics received from Government, including publications such as Foreign Trade Statistics of India, copies of weekly bulletin of Industrial Licences, Import and Export Licences and other publications.
Certificate of Origin
By statutory arrangements with the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India, we issue non-preferential “Certificates of Origin” in respect of goods exported from India. These Certificates are accepted as authentic documents by the Embassies, Consulates and Trade Commissions of various countries world-wide. You may download the forms shown below and the same can be submitted at the Chamber office in Panjim or Verna.
Conducting business at GCCI allows you to do so in an appealing ambience. Our wide range of fully equipped private meeting rooms and a large Conference Halls offers the perfect combination of efficiency and convenience. Find the perfect venue for your next business meetings, programme and informal gatherings.
We endorse and attest Price Lists, Tender Documents, and Product Quality documents etc, of members required for International Trade. Processing Fee: Rs.100/- per document.
Goa IT Incubator
The Goa IT Innovation Centre, is Goa’s first IT Incubator which has been established by the Department of Industries Trade and Commerce , Government of Goa and the Goa Chamber of Commerce and Industry to hand hold and assist startup IT companies to successfuly establish their companies in Goa.
The Chamber has a in-house library containing large volumes of information received from other Indian states and foreign countries in the form of CDs, catalogues, reports, laws, gazettes, reference books and publications on various subjects of interest to business and industry.
We issue Letters of Introduction to Chambers of Commerce worldwide, to assist members visiting those countries for business and commercial matters.
More Member Services
A complimentary hard-copy of the Chamber’s Monthly Bulletins, Annual Report. A FREE-copy of Trade and Commercial directory, which the Chamber periodically publishes, Encourage participation in several important meetings, seminars, workshops of the Chamber.
From time-to-time, the Chamber releases publications as part of our services to the industry. Articles which are educative are also published in the monthly GCCI bulletin which is mailed to all members. New members get a FREE copy of the Trade and Commercial Directory .
We assist in providing Letters of Recommendation for the issuance of visa are addressed to Embassies, High Commissions, Consulates and Trade Commissions on request from our members intending to travel abroad for promotion of business. Members have to submit a formal application on official company letter-head addressed to us requesting the issuance of Letter of Visa Recommendation. A processing Fee of Rs.100/- per letter will be charged.
Goa Chamber of Commerce and Industry organises A Seminar on “BURNING ISSUES RELATED TO GST IN REAL ESTATE & HOSPITALITY SECTORS” BY CA. Rajat Talati (Mumbai) & Ca. Yash Parmar (Mumbai) on Friday 8th March 2019 Participation fees are as under with option to register for either of the programs or both as per your choice and with early bird incentive. Those interested are requested to kindly register in advance with GCCI. Phone No: 0832-2424252 / 2422635 / 9764161205 Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Seminar on “BURNING ISSUES RELATED TO GST IN REAL ESTATE & HOSPITALITY SECTORS”
Updates From the Chamber
President’s Desk – GCCI Bulletin October 2018
Dear Members, As per the World Bank’s Latest report on ‘Ease of doing business’ India is ranked 77th out of 190 countries – this is a jump of 23 places from the 100th position it occupied last year. This improvement in ranking comes on the top of another jump of 30 places in 2017. Taking the last 2 years into account, India has made a significant improvement of 53 places.
Goa IT Policy Scheme 2018
The Government of Goa has notified the Goa Information Technology Policy and Roadmap – 2018. This scheme shall be called the Land / Built up Area Rebate Scheme, 2018. It shall come into force from the date of the notification of its publication in the official Gazette and shall remain in force for a period of 5 years from the date of notification. For the purpose of this scheme, relevant definitions provided in the said policy shall apply The Objective & Scope of the Scheme is to provide Land / Built up Area Rebate to the IT Industry in the state of Goa. Eligibility of the policy says All the New and Existing Units must have their operations in Goa, The bank accounts of unit and/or its partner(s)/director(s) should be linked to Aadhaar. The unit can avail land/ built up area rebate only if the unit has operated from the said office space for a period of more than one year. For claiming the incentive, the unit should achieve the targets (both investments and employment) mentioned in the business plan. For More details, Download the IT-Policy-Schemes-2018
Goa IT Policy 2018
The era of Information Technology (IT) companies providing high quality services at competitive price points,on account of labour arbitrage, is passé. Over the last few decades, IT/ITeS industry has emerged globally as a key driver of growth and is a large industry employing millions of people across the continents. The IT landscape has significantly changed in the last few years, and this change has transformed way IT companies can stay relevant in the future. Automation and robotics have changed the human capital landscape and are exercising enormous pressure on the work force to stay relevant. Software being available as a service, is making many established business models obsolete. Beneath this disruption, and uncertainty lies a promising future brimming with immense potential – it is that potential that this policy envisages to leverage. The Government of Goa is determined to make Goa a powerhouse of technology innovation and disruption, by building a robust eco-system that makes Goa the first choice for investment in and expansion of high-end technology jobs of the future. To this effect, the Government will extend all possible support to high end technology companies to start their operations, and will serve as a partner in realising their strategic […]
Updates to various Acts, Rules & Regulations, Notifications, Infrastructure, Economic Survey, Policies & Schemes and other important financial documents put out by the Goa Government will be filed in this section from time to time as they become available.Read More
This section will provide updates on the various central government acts, rules, notifications, union budget text including (audio/video) and other pertinent documents. An excellent starting point is the Government of India directory (GOI) which provides links to various Government of India websites of interest .Read More
Goa covers an area of 3,702 sqm2 on the west coast of India and comprises two major districts – North Goa and South Goa. It is the 25th State in the Union of States of India. It was liberated from Portuguese rule in 1961. It was part of Union territory of Goa, Daman & Diu till 30 May 1987 when it was formed into a separate State.
GCCI E-WEEKLY NEWSLETTER
This section archives weekly activities taken by the chamber and news items collated from various local newspapers of interest to the members of the chamber.Notice all e-weekly archives starting from #51 of 2016 onwards will be found on our mailchimp archive list