Search Measures, Standards and Special Requirements

Measures

A measure is a specific import or export requirement that applies to a commodity or to certain types of products. Typically a measure requires permits or licenses to be obtained from the relevant government agency prior to importing or exporting the goods. You can find out what measures are currently in force in Bangladesh using the search feature below.

Standards

Here you will find information on Bangladesh's own standards that businesses and traders operating in Bangladesh can choose to apply to the products they deal in. You can see the products to which standards apply and the relevant legal documents by searching for ‘National Standards’ below. 

Special Requirements

By using the search facilities below you will also be able to look up any generic requirements associated with specific commodities or products, such as the need to register to import certing products.

 

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NameEnforced ByTypeValidity FromValidity To
Prohibition to Certain Import GoodsBangladesh Standards And Testing InstitutionProhibition15-02-201630-06-2018
Exporter Registration CertificateChief Controller of Imports & Exports (CCI&E)Licensing Requirement01-01-197230-06-2018
Prohibition to Import of Poppy seeds & “PostadanaMinistry of CommerceProhibition15-02-201630-06-2018
Prohibition to Import of Grass & BhangMinistry of CommerceProhibition15-02-201630-06-2018
Prohibition to Import of OpiumMinistry of CommerceProhibition15-02-201630-06-2018
Prohibition to Imports of Wine Lees, Argol.Ministry of CommerceProhibition15-02-201630-06-2018
Prohibition to Import of Petroleum gas and other gaseous hydrocarbonsMinistry of CommerceProhibition15-02-201630-06-2018
Prohibition to Import of Sodium Cyclamate (semi-solid sugar)Ministry of CommerceProhibition15-02-201630-06-2018
Prohibition to Import of all items including petroleum oil residuesMinistry of CommerceProhibition15-02-201630-06-2018
Prohibition to import of Aliyl isothiocyonate (artificial mustard oil)Ministry of CommerceProhibition15-02-201630-06-2018