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China: Updates and reports of customs developments

China: Updates and reports of customs developments

The KPMG member firm in China has prepared a report that describes the following customs-related developments:


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  • The General Administration of Customs released an announcement concerning the tariff classification of certain energy drinks.
  • An announcement addresses the export of dual-use goods and technologies to Iran.
  • An announcement implements UN Security Council resolutions, with respect to embargoed mineral products not allowed for export to North Korea.
  • Customs implemented temporary anti-dumping measures on importing acrylic fibres originally produced in Japan, South Korea, and Turkey.
  • Customs imposed anti-dumping taxes on the import of sack paper originally produced in the United States, the European Union, and Japan. 
  • Multiple government authorities jointly released guidance and regulatory items concerning cross-border e-commerce retail imports.
  • Customs released the schedule of tariff classification of entry articles and the schedule of dutiable value of entry articles. 
  • Customs revised the customs declaration form for import and export goods and the registration manifest of entry and exit goods.
  • Customs deepened the reform for integrated customs clearance across a special customs zone and bonded logistics centre (Type B).
  • Customs accepted the electronic form of origin certificates under the Hong Kong and Macau CEPA.


Read more in a May 2016 report [PDF 106 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in China

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