More than 10 measures to enhance cross-border trade

       The General Administration of Customs and the relevant departments of the port management recently issued 18 measures to improve the level of cross-border trade facilitation in China (the trial), and proposed 18 targeted measures to further optimize the port business environment and improve the level of cross-border trade facilitation in China. In terms of optimizing the customs clearance process, it mainly adopts the cancellation of the bill of lading for the bill of lading, speeds up the implementation of the “series” and “parallel” of the customs declaration, increases the promotion of the guarantee system, deepens the construction of the “single window” of international trade, and promotes five joint inter-departmental joint inspections. Measures.

       In terms of simplifying the procedures for documentary procedures, the company mainly adopts the electronic transfer of shipping container cargo equipment delivery orders and port picking operations, promotes electronic logistics of port logistics information, simplifies the application of automatic import licenses, and improves the paperless format standards and applications of accompanying documents. The electronic entrusting agent replaced the paper customs declaration and inspection entrustment agreement, simplified the import exemption from the CCC certification certification workflow, and simplified the seven procedures for the import certificate of origin.

       In terms of lowering port charges, it mainly adopts measures to reduce the port inspection and inspection service charges, to punish unreasonable charges for port management service enterprises, and to continue to implement the pilot work of lifting foreign trade enterprises (excluding untrustworthy enterprises) for hoisting and shifting storage costs without exemption from inspection.

       In establishing and improving the management mechanism, it mainly adopts three measures: establishing an open system for the time limit assessment of customs clearance, establishing a public notice system for port fees, and establishing a feedback mechanism for complaints and complaints at customs.

       It is understood that the relevant departments of port management have promoted the efficiency of customs clearance at the port of import and export in recent years. However, there is still a big gap in the trade power, and the level of trade facilitation needs to continue to improve. The measures introduced this time aim to further reduce the time and cost of foreign trade import and export by optimizing the customs clearance process, simplifying the procedures for documents, reducing port charges, and establishing a sound management mechanism.