Pilot expansion of cross-border e-commerce b2b export supervision
Time:2020-09-02 16:00:36    Viewed:

The General Administration of Customs recently announced that from September 1 ST, 12 directly affiliated customs offices in Shanghai, Fuzhou, Qingdao, Jinan, Wuhan, Changsha, Gongbei, Zhanjiang, Nanning, Chongqing, Chengdu and Xi' an will be added to carry out the export of cross-border electronic commerce enterprises to enterprises (cross-border e-commerce b2b export). The newly added enterprises in the pilot customs area can apply reform measures such as one registration, one-point docking, allowing customs clearance, giving priority to inspection, and facilitating return management.


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In order to promote the development of new cross-border e-commerce formats, the General Administration of Customs started the b2b export supervision pilot of cross-border e-commerce in 10 customs offices directly under Beijing, Hangzhou and Shenzhen on July 1. As of August 30th, the Customs has inspected and released 6.323 million b2b export goods of cross-border e-commerce, mainly consumer goods such as clothing, shoes, hats and household items.

Since the implementation of the reform, the business has run smoothly and smoothly. According to customs clearance data, the daily average business volume continues to increase, and the number of participating enterprises, the amount of declaration forms and the value of export goods continue to increase. In the next step, the General Administration of Customs will timely replicate and promote the new b2b export policy of cross-border e-commerce in the national customs according to the pilot situation, so as to help more enterprises "go global".

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