In order to avail concessionary rate of duty and taxes, the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has made it mandatory for car manufacturers to pay KIBOR+3 on late delivery of motor vehicles.
In order to implement the decision, the FBR issued SRO 837(I)/2021. The FBR said: “The concessionary customs duty for various models of new entrants under Automotive Development Policy (ADP) 2016-21 to continue for five years from date of first manufacturing certificate of respective various issued by the Engineering Development Board (EDP) or up to June 30, 2026, whichever is earlier.
“The importer-cum-assembler or Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) shall pay KIBOR+3 per cent per annum to the customer against late delivery exceeding 60 days of initial booking on the whole of the deposited amount.
Statement/details of reimbursement at KIBOR+3 per cent against deliveries beyond 60 days shall be submitted to EDB or Input-output Coefficient Organization (IOCO) bi-annually.”