New Exchange Rates released

Oct 20: the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs has determined the rate of exchange of conversion of each of the foreign currencies into Indian currency or vice versa, with effect from 21st  October, 2022 for the purpose of the said section, relating to imported and export goods.

 Sl.No. Foreign CurrencyFor Imported GoodsFor Export Goods
1.Australian Dollar53.1050.75
2.Bahraini Dinar227.35213.80
3.Canadian Dollar61.2059.25
4.Chinese Yuan11.6511.30
5.Danish Kroner11.1010.70
7.Hong Kong Dollar10.7510.40
8.Kuwaiti Dinar276.45259.70
9.New Zealand Dollar48.1545.90
10.Norwegian Kroner7.957.70
11.Pound Sterling94.6591.45
12.Qatari Riyal23.5522.15
13.Saudi Arabian Riyal22.8021.45
14.Singapore Dollar59.1557.30
15.South African Rand4.654.40
16.Swedish Kroner7.507.25
17.Swiss Franc84.1081.15
18.Turkish Lira4.604.35
19.UAE Dirham23.3521.95
20.US Dollar83.9082.20
 Sl.No. Foreign CurrencyFor Imported GoodsFor Export Goods
1.Japanese Yen56.3054.55
2.Korean Won6.005.65
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