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RBI lifts ban on import of gold coins, medallions by banks
By ET Bureau - 18 Feb, 2015

MUMBAI: The government and the Reserve Bank of India have given banks a free hand to import gold.

In a move that could increase gold supply, nominated banks have been allowed to import gold on "consignment basis" and lend it to local jewellers. Under this system, banks source or borrow gold from international bullion banks and lend the yellow metal to domestic jewellers. The borrowing and the lending rates are fixed simultaneously. It not only enables banks to earn good margin, but also ensures supply to the domestic market.

For about 15 years till 2014, this was the customary practice of sourcing gold officially. However, this was stopped last year amid concerns that rising gold import could impact the current account deficit. But, following rampant gold smuggling due to the curbs imposed by the government to deter imports and representations by bodies like the Ficci sub-committee on jewellery, the government has now taken a relook at the policy. Banks have been borrowing gold from the international banks at 0.5% and lending it to Indian exporters at 4-6%.

Ficci has pointed out that gold metal loan facility provided by authorised bullion banks provides a natural hedge against both currency as well as the commodity price fluctuation. This helps both the banks and the borrower.

In the same notification, the RBI has also clarified that the obligation to export under the 20:80 scheme will continue to apply for unutilised gold imported before November 28, 2014. Under the scheme, aimed at curbing the import of gold, 20% of the imported gold had to be exported before buying new gold. The RBI scraped the rule in November 2014.

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RBI right in lifting ban on importing gold coins
New Delhi, Feb 19, 2015 (IANS)

The World Gold Council (WGC) Thursday said the RBI's decision to lift a ban on import of gold coins and medallions by banks and allowing them to import gold on a consignment basis was a right move.

"These are important clarifications in the right direction, following removal of 80:20 import restriction and definitely positive for the industry, restoring previous position. It is the right time to look at all aspects of gold policy with a longer term perspective, going beyond just import policy and incremental changes," said Somasundaram PR, managing director, WGC India.

"The focus of the government must be on making gold a smoothly fungible asset in hands of the millions of households," he said.

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said in a circular Feb 18: "Nominated banks are now permitted to import gold on consignment basis. All sale of gold domestically will, however, be against upfront payments. Banks are free to grant gold metal loans."

"While the import of gold coins and medallions will no longer be prohibited, pending further review, the restrictions on banks in selling gold coins and medallions are not being removed," it said.

However, the RBI has clarified in the circular: "The obligation to export under the 20:80 scheme will continue to apply in respect of unutilised gold imported before Nov 28, 2014, that is the date of abolition of the 20:80 scheme."

With this decision the RBI has taken the situation as was before July 2013 when nominated banks could import gold just by showing delivery and they did not have to show the end-use.

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