Archive for February, 2012

The Scale of Chinese Government Procurement Will Exceed One Trillion Yuan

Posted on February 22, 2012  by Xixi  in China Export News, Export to China   No Comments »
The Scale of Chinese Government Procurement Will Exceed One Trillion Yuan

Experts Interviewed believed that the scale of government procurement in China this year will exceed 1 trillion Yuan. With the scale of government procurement increasing annually, China should pay more attention to the role played by government procurement in supporting energy conservation, and promoting the development of small and medium-sized enterprises as a policy stimulus, so as to strengthen macro-control on the economic and social development. Meanwhile, the government also needs to strengthen efforts in the chain of custody.

The Scale of Government Procurement May Exceed 1 Trillion

To vigorously promote and expand the categories of government procurement will be an important focal point for some time in the future. The 2012 Key Work Point for Government Procurement, issued by the Ministry of made ??it clear that this year government will focus on expanding the scope and scale of government procurement.

During the last “Eleventh Five-Year “period, the scale of China’s government procurement turned out to be a trend of development and it continues to expand. the Ministry of Finance’s statistics show that the scale of government procurement has increased by 292.8 billion yuan in 2005 to 842.2 billion yuan in 2010, an average annual growth of 23.5% ; during the ” Eleventh Five-Year ” period the cumulative savings amounts to more than 4000 billion yuan of financial funds.

On the first working meeting in May last year, the party members of the Ministry of Finance, Assistant Minister Wang Baoan said that government procurement scope has moved from the traditional class procurement of goods to the procurement of engineering, service categories. Procurement of goods has moved from the general class of goods to a dedicated class extension of the rapid expansion into new service areas of public services, outsourcing, procurement of the service class from the traditional professional services, engineering procurement gradually incorporated into the management scope of government procurement. By adapting to structural adjustment of financial expenditure, procurement activities gradually cover some of expenditure items of more charitable nature and concerning people’s livelihood. The procurement of farm machinery, primary and secondary teaching materials, medical devices and pharmaceuticals, and purchases concerning housing projects, culture development at countryside and other people’s livelihood project have already became the highlights of the procurement scale.

However, Wang Baoan pointed out that, compared with the GPA participants, China’s government procurement still shows disadvantages of small scale and narrow scope. At present the limitation mainly lies in the Procurement of goods and small amount of service procurement. A great deal of purchasing funds is still separated from the regulatory of government procurement, the scale of procurement’s accounts for a fairly low share in GDP.

Su Ming, deputy director of Finance Division, told the reporters that “The scale of government procurement in China last year amounts to about 900 billion Yuan, with a growth rate of about 10% this year, the government procurement will be more than 1 trillion Yuan.” And according to Zhu Lijia, professor of the National School of Administration, the government procurement in the broad sense of the scale may be larger. As the caliber and standard of government procurement statistics are inconsistent with each other, which has not yet get a unified data, but it is estimated that China’s government procurement accounted for 10% of public spending.

 

Experts Predict There Will Be a 3% Appreciation of the RMB in 2012

Posted on February 19, 2012  by Xixi  in Yuan Appreciation   No Comments »
Experts Predict There Will Be a 3% Appreciation of the RMB in 2012

Over the recent period since the beginning of 2012, the exchange rate of the RMB against the U.S. dollar rises continuously, topped the 6.3 mark yesterday and increased 179 basis points over three trading days. In his remark addressing this issue, Zhang yimin, PhD in Finance from the China Europe International Business School, said that China carries out a Managed Floating Rate System and would intervene in markets to keep the exchange rate fluctuations under control. And there is a market mechanism decisive to the exchange rate, which is determined by market supply and demand. As there have always been changes in the market, it is very difficult for us to predict the situation by the year-end from the beginning of the year. “For the time being, the appreciation margin of RMB within this year is expected to be 3%, between 6.0-6.1, and it is impossible for the exchange rate to fell under 6.” Said Zhang.

According to Zhang Yimin, this year, problems pestering China’s foreign trade export become more severe. As European economy stuck in a quagmire, and under the influence of the European debt crisis, it is relatively difficult to improve their purchasing power. as U.S.’ signs of economic recovery is still uncertain, the demand for Chinese product is difficult to improve a short period of time. Zhang said this year the scope for the economic surplus is still uncertain; adding to the fact of the expected impact of RMB appreciation, as a result, days of export enterprises will be very tough.

In January of this year, the CPI is expected to make the trend of deposit reserve ratio go toward a complication. Zhang Yimin said that nowadays China deposit reserve rate level is relatively high, which is quite upset. In addition to the high rate of deposit reserves, the central bank has no good way to tackle problems. According to the estimated figures recently published by the Administration of Foreign Exchange, in 2011 China’s foreign exchange reserves increased by $ 380 billion, which means that China will release RMB the equivalent of $ 380 billion US Dollar, which is bound to lead to greater inflation pressure. Zhang Yimin predicts that it is difficult for the deposit reserve ratio to go down.

However, in January the CPI rose by 4.5 percent, scoring a record high in nearly three months. Many scholars believe that this is influenced by New Year and Spring Festival market and “carryover effect”. Zhang Yimin said that the January CPI has been released to a greater extent because our country is still facing greater inflationary pressures, from a qualitative point of view, inflationary pressures has not been eased yet.

Popular payment methods that Chinese suppliers accepted

Posted on February 18, 2012  by Xixi  in Payment Term   1 Comment »
Popular payment methods that Chinese suppliers accepted

For chinese exporters, the safe, timely, and full payment is the top priority. As it has been mentioned before, foreign trade is a document transaction. As long as all the documents have been handed to the customer, the exporter would regard the goods as being handed to the customer as well. Then, how to get the payment from the customer? Advance payment might be most preferable, but the customers are always hesitant when facing this choice, they may, at best, pay a small amount as the down payment. In most cases, there would be mainly 3 ways to send money to china suppliers:

1. Telegraphic Transfer (T.T)

Telegraphic Transfer is to fax the documents to the customer to prove the goods have already been delivered. And then the customer would make the payment directly through bank by telegraphic to the exporter’s bank account. To carry out the T.T, the exporter needs to open a USD account, and inform customer of the account information in advance. PS: the bank will charge a fee for T/T remittance.

If it is a small-amount remittance, for instance, less than $ 500 USD, regular bank transfer is not worth the fee, even the commission charge will be tens of dollars. For small amounts goods payment or payment for samples, etc. credit card, Moneybookers, Paypal and other online forms of payments. Moneybookers and Paypal are common tools for small foreign exchange payments through e-mail. By signing up for a Moneybookers or Paypal account and entering the customer’s e-mail address and the amounts of fee, you can transfer money into your Moneybookers Paypal accounts. Then you can draw payments from the domestic ATM from the Moneybookers’ account or keep the payment to the Paypal account or transfer them to your other bankaccounts.

2. Document against Payment(DP)

The exporter would hand the full set of documents to the bank and commission the bank to retrieve money from the customer. Please be noted that the only thing the bank do is to help exporters transmit documents to the customers. And if the customer refuses to pay, the documents would be sent back to the exporter without any guarantee for the payment been actually made. That is to say, even if the documents are full and complete, the exporter would bear the risks of customers’ not paying, and then they would have to sell the products at low prices or simply ship them back.

3. Letter of Credit(LC)

The letter of credit is a written document both parties entrusted the bank to make to promise payment. It is conditional and indicates the trading of goods, quantity, quality, delivery time, and the corresponding provisions of the type of documents required and production requirements. Exporters would stock up according to the letter of credit, and then complete and collect the full set of documents, and deliver to the bank within the prescribed time limit. And when Bank checked the account, the payment would be made immediately. The operating costs for T / T and T / P are fairly less. But the common defect of the both means is that the exporter has to take the risk of the customers’ sudden change of heart and refuse to receive the goods. On the other hand, although the exporters have a tight grip on the property right, sometimes they also have to ship back the goods and sell it at a lower price in the foreign destination. And sometimes customers would also ask for a cut in price, all these would lead to an ugly result, that is: the loss. And the letter of credit L/C has, in theory, would well protect the interests of both parties. As for the exporters, with the credit guarantee from the bank, they can get the payment as long as they deliver the goods in accordance with the requirement. Therefore, although the letter of credit would cost a relatively higher commission fee, it is the most commonly used means of international payment, which would step back to a secondary place only after the two parties get along well with each other and accept one another’s commercial credit.

On the other hand, the letter of credit poses the highest requirement on the documents. The article of the letter of credit has a strict requirement on the standard of the documents, even the expression on the documents is detailed. The letter of credit should only be accepted as long as the whole set of documents met with the letter of credit. Any mistake, even if it is misspelled words and wrong punctuation, would theoretically be regarded as “discrepancy”. when Discrepancy occurs, the customer has the right to refuse to fulfill the letter of credit. Even if customers do not mind the discrepancies and are willing to pay, the bank will still fine for each discrepancy and the common amount of fine is $ 50 or more. Therefore, to some extend, even one mark of punctuation in the letter of credit may well worth $ 50, which poses a high demand for the precision of the documents. Besides, the letter of credit is highly professional. Anyone who is not familiar with the knowledge of foreign trade and letters of credit would find it difficult to understand the meaning of its provisions. And some unscrupulous traders take advantage of this by deliberately setting up traps in document terms or finding fault on purpose so as to come up with discrepancies, then threatening with the fait accompli of the goods having been delivered at the foreign dock, so as to lower the price of the goods. Therefore, the letter of credit sometimes can be a double-edge sword. Used nicely, it can guarantee payment and thusly the risks could be avoided and the payment could be collected without a hitch.

China’s Pharmaceutical Exports Substantially Reduced as EU Raised the Threshold for Drug Importation

Posted on February 17, 2012  by Xixi  in China Export News, Export to China   No Comments »
China’s Pharmaceutical Exports Substantially Reduced as EU Raised the Threshold for Drug Importation

On February 8, 2012, Tan Shengcai, the Director of the West Drug Division of the CHINA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF MEDICINES & HEALTH PRODUCTS IMPORTERS & EXPORTERS, said that the EU’s new directive is still in the comment period, and the directive will greatly affect the Pharmaceutical trade between China and Europe.

On June 28, 2011, the European Parliament and Council has passed the Directive 2011/62/EU and amended the Directive 2001/83/EC, which is the Community Code of the Human Medicinal Products. It has always been regarded as “The EU Basic Law of the Medical Product” and has been amended for altogether 8 times, and the standard has been constantly improved. Meanwhile, it has also raised the threshold for imported drugs.

However, this time the amendment aims at putting restrictions on all drugs sold in the EU. 2011/62/EU believes that, “within the European Union it has been found that the medicines counterfeiters are experiencing an alarming increase, which seriously threats the public health. Therefore, this phenomenon should be eliminated through affirmation of the production of medicine.”

Under the name of “crack down on counterfeit goods”, the European Union requires that all medicines exported to EU need to be issued by the regulatory authorities of the exporting country with a written statement, in order to prove their compliance with EU GMP standards.

“It is almost impossible, how could China’s pharmaceutical issue such a statement? In the past, the enterprises that meet the GMP standards in China can export to Europe their products. but now the new amendments has blocked their way of export. “said Tan Shengcai, “Therefore, unless the Company adopted the EU GMP certification, it is not even possible for them to go on the exportation. ”

Medicare Chamber of Commerce data show that from January to November 2011, China’s medicine products exports to Europe Western was $ 6,000,000,000 , accounting for 53.6 percent of total medicine exports in the same period, among which pharmaceutical raw materials accounted for 50% of the export of western medicine. A large number of small and medium enterprises are making export through bulk drugs and intermediates to make a profit in international trade.

Although the Health Insurance Association is still put up a protest, Tan Shengcai said helplessly: “It can be seen from the results of the last year that it would be very difficult for us to modify the instruction by reported opinions”

On April 30, 2011, the EU DIRECTIVE ON TRADITIONAL HERBAL REGISTRATION PROGRAM become due without even one Chinese Patent Drug Enterprise registered, which declares the defeat of China’s traditional medicine on the EU market. Medicare Chamber of Commerce has been, on many occasions organizations lobbying, negotiating, and urging the government to consultations, but all that did not alter the fate that Europe has closed the door to the Chinese Patent Drug Enterprise.

This time it is the turn for chemical drugs and pharmaceutical raw materials, but for businesses that have already passed the EU GMP certification. The new directive does not generate so great an impact on them.

On February 8, enterprises that have gone through the GMP Certification such as the Qianhong Bio-pharma Co.,ltd, Simcere admitted that the export business have not yet been subject to the impact of new EU regulations. According to Xiang Yumei, who is in charge of Simcere’s EU GMP project, said that “We are concerned that the amendment in June last year may increase the import and export procedures— but there would not be significant obstacles. ”

However, for a large number of SMEs, the new instruction is nothing more than a death sentence. By the end of 2010, altogether 4666 Chinese Pharmaceutical Export Enterprises had yielded over 1 million dollars in the export turnover, among which, however, few has got the EU GMP certification. A large number of enterprises are still racking their brains, worrying about the improvement expenses of China ‘s new GMP.

Clothing Quality Inspection Standard (AQL)

Posted on February 10, 2012  by Xixi  in Importing from China, Quality Control   No Comments »
Clothing Quality Inspection Standard (AQL)

1. General Overview of AQL Inspection

AQL, the abbreviation of the acceptable quality level, is a parameter rather than an inspection standard. The Inspection of goods shall be in accordance with the bulk range, the inspection level, and the AQL to determine the number of samplings and the ratio of qualified and inferior goods. The quality inspection adopts a one-time sampling program, and,

The AQL is 2.5,

The Level of Inspection: Normal

Stringency for the Inspection: Normal

And the sampling plan is shown in the Table below:

One-time sampling program for normal inspection: (AQL-2.5 and AQL-4.0)

 

 

2. Clothing Inspection Items

1). Inspection of the Size and Shape—Table of Size and Shape

(1) Key sizes and spots— collar length (plain weave), collar width (knitting), collar spread (knitting) circumference, sleeve openings (long sleeve), sleeve length (to the sleeve edge), back length (plain weave),  center measurement(knitting)/measurement of the shoulder top, pants, waist, and hip measurements, Front rise, Back rise, Zipper closure, leg opening, The inner center back length(ingle pieces / set), vertical samples, and the size of the clothing and pants.

(2).Non-critical sizes and spots — for example, the high point of shoulder, chest circumference, collar width, sleeve sheet, front rise and back rise, waist circumference , low hip , pocket position, openings.

2). Defect Checking: identify and classify the appearance, shape, dressing, and defects found in all the clothing.

See Also Annex 1 — Content of the Defects

3. Grading Standard

AQL is the total amount of the defected clothes within 100 pieces of clothes. After the sampling, if the AQL reaches the acceptance number Ac (piece), the average level of processing this batch would be regarded as satisfactory. And if the rejection number Re(piece) is reached, the average processing level would instead be rendered unsatisfactory. And the grading would be determined according to the standard as follows:

1). Normal Defects— Judging from the order specifications and quality standards, when products failed to meet the performance standard and the appearance as well as quality was affected. The normal defects at the non-critical spots can be fixed through repairing. And the garment factory repairing the defects would do a 100% recheck. And the checker can make specifications to color, size, and so on. And three normal defects can be seen as a critical one.

2). Critical defects are those that affect the shape and appearance of the clothing, which drive the consumers away from purchasing; or render the cloth uncomfortable for wearing, in which case the consumer would return the clothes. Critical defects are those damages, stains, colored strips and tears at the key spots. And even one critical defect would cause the whole batch of clothes to be determined as unqualified or unacceptable.

Export Tax Rebate

Posted on February 08, 2012  by Xixi  in Glossary, Knowledge   152 Comments »
Export Tax Rebate

What Is Export Tax Rebate

Export rebates (exemption), referred to as the export tax rebate, its basic meaning is the refund of export products, domestic production and circulation in the actual payment of the product tax, value added tax, business tax and special consumption tax. Export tax rebate system is an important part of national revenue. Mainly through the refund of export tax rebate exports to balance domestic taxes already paid the tax burden on domestic products, so that the cost of their products not included into the international market and foreign products to compete under the same conditions, thereby enhancing competitiveness and expand exports foreign exchange.

Goods Scope Applicable to Export Tax Rebate (Exemption)

The goods scope applicable to export tax rebate (exemption) in China primarily refer to:

1.  Goods subject to value added tax and consumption tax, including all the VAT taxable goods (excluding those tax-free agricultural products that directly purchased from the farmers, as well as 11 categories of consumer goods such as tobacco, alcohol, cosmetics, etc. the Export Tax Rebate (Exemption) shall only be carried out on the goods that have already been levied VAT and consumption tax or shall only exempt the assessment paid and the amount liable to tax. And for the Goods that have not been levied value-added tax and consumption tax , goods (including duty-free goods prescribed by the State ) are not entitled to a tax rebate, which fully embodies the principle of “ Tax Rebate shall not be granted to the goods from which the tax have not been levied.”

2. Goods that are declared at China’s customs for export. The export consists of self-support export and principal-agent exports. One of the major criteria deciding whether or not the goods belong to the categories of tax refund (exemption) is to check whether the goods are declared at China’s custom for export. For domestic sales that are not subject to the export declaration, if not otherwise stipulated, shall not be regarded as export goods and therefore shall not be refunded no matter how the export enterprise make the payment or how they manage their financial matters. For the goods that are sold domestically and charged with foreign goods, such as those that sell at the Hotels and Restaurant, they shall not be be regarded as export goods and therefore shall not be refunded.

3. Goods that must financially go through export sales. Only after this the tax of the goods could be refunded (exempted). That is to say, the principle of the Export tax refund (exemption) applies only to goods for the export trade, other than non-tradable export goods, such as donations of gifts, or domestic personal purchase that comes with the people when leaving the country (except as otherwise specified), samples, exhibits, mailings, etc. as these goods are not subject to the sales procedure they cannot be can not ne refunded (exempted).

4. Goods that have been collected and have been written-off. In accordance with existing regulations, the goods that export enterprises shall apply for a refund (exemption) must be goods that received foreign exchange and written off by the foreign exchange administrative departments. The State stipulates that those goods must fall into the above mentioned 4 categories: for manufacturing enterprises (including manufacturing enterprises with the right to operate import and export, enterprises commissioning the foreign trade enterprises to conduct export, and foreign-invested enterprises, same as below), an additional condition must be added when applying for export tax rebate (exemption ), that is, the goods that export enterprises shall apply for a refund (exemption) must be self-produced ones or regarded as self-produced ones.

How to Arrange Air Freight

Posted on February 07, 2012  by Xixi  in Air Feight, Shipping   5 Comments »
How to Arrange Air Freight

1. Consigner fill in shipping order, instruct the shipping agent to make cargo reservation.

Then send all necessary documents for exportation and custom clearance to shipping agents. Goods will be picked up with arranged vehicles or delivered by consigner to an appointed place, and be seriously checked together with documents.

2. Declare to customs

(1)Documents for declaration are generally commercial invoice, packing list, inspection certificate, goods declaration for exportation, and sometimes animal and plant quarantine certificate or certificate of origin, and verification form of export payment of exchange, export contract, etc.

(2)Airway bill will be made after customs’ checking and stamping on the declaration.

(3)To staple the accompanying documents provided by consigner to the airway bill. A manifest needs to be made if it is consolidated cargo. Put the manifest together with all house airway bills and accompanying documents into an envelope and stapled to the airway bill.

(4)Make shipping labels and place them on each cargo. If it is consolidated cargo, house airway bills labels are also necessary.

(5)Take airway bills to customs to declare and be approved.

(6)Hand in the approved and stamped airway bill together with cargos to the airline company to check. If there’s no error, the airline company will sign on the bill.

(7)Details such as flight number, airway bill number, name of goods, and number of packages, gross weight and consignee should be informed to overseas freight forwarder when it is consolidated cargo.

3.The connection of export transportation between foreign shipping company at the port and inland company:

(1)Inland company should inform the port company the name of goods, number of packages, gross weight and time requirements, and make house airway bills, which together with other documents should be delivered or accompanied with cargos to the port companies.

(2)Inland company delivers cargo in required time and place to the port.

(3)The company at the port should appoint an exclusive person to receive the cargo.

(4)Company at the port is in charge of booking shipping space and informing inland company the flight number, bill number or master bill number. Inland company should record the flight and bill number on house airway bills and give them to consigner to carry out the settlement of exchange.

 

Certificate of Fumigation

Posted on February 06, 2012  by Xixi  in Documentation, Knowledge   9 Comments »
Certificate of Fumigation

Definition of the Certificate of Fumigation

Certificate of Fumigation is to certify the export cereals, oilseeds, pulses, hides and other goods, as well as the wood packaging and vegetable stuffing have been fumigated.

Ways of Fumigation

Disinfection methods: fumigation with methyl bromide -MB, Heat Treatment-HT; (by using chemical agents < such as methyl bromide> to fumigate wood packaging, although the long-horned beetle, the dissemination medium of pine wood nematode, could be killed, the pine wood nematode itself could not be completed rid of. While Heat Treatment could kill long-horned beetle and the pine wood nematode both at the same time.

Fumigation is to kill the insects in the woods with chemical agent, while the heat treatment is to do so through high temperature and humidity. Besides, the heat treatment can also reduce the moisture content of wood, which fumigation is not capable of. Therefore, many world-renowned international companies (MOTO) has clearly stated that fumigation is not allowed.

Why Fumigation Is Necessary

In international trade, in order to protect the domestic resources, countries will implement compulsory quarantine procedures on all the imported products. And the fumigation of the wood packaging is a mandatory measure taken to prevent the pests from damaging the forest resources of the importing country. Therefore, exports of goods containing wood packaging must be fumigated before the shipment. therefore, it is an effective way of Disinfection.

Products Need Fumigation

Refers to the materials generally used in packaging, bedding, support, and reinforcement of goods. Such as wooden boxes, crates, pallets, pad positions, casks, chocks, linings, axes, pegs and so on. All the logs must be fumigated and stamped with the Mark of IPPC.

Sample of the Certificate of Fumigation

2012 Graded Licence-Issuing List of Commodities Subject to Export Licence

Posted on February 05, 2012  by Xixi  in Policies   No Comments »
2012 Graded Licence-Issuing List of Commodities Subject to Export Licence

 In accordance with the Measures for the Administration of Licenses for the Export of Goods (Ministry of Commerce No. 11 of 2008) and the 2012 Catalogue for Goods Subject to the Administration of Export Licenses( Ministry of Commerce , General Administration of Customs Announcement No. 98 of 2011 ), the 2012 Catalogue for Graded License Issuance of Goods Subject to the Administration of Export Licenses is now issued and relevant questions are notified as follows:

First, there are altogether 49 kinds of goods under the administration of the export license. The export licenses shall be issued by Quota License Bureau of the Ministry of Commerce (hereinafter referred to as the License Bureau), Special Commissioner’s Offices of the Ministry of Commerce (hereinafter referred to as Special Commissioner’s Offices) as well as local commerce department issuing agency authorized by the Ministry of Commerce.

1.  License Bureau is responsible for issuing export license for the following 6 goods: corn, wheat, cotton, coal, crude oil, and product oil.

2. Special Commissioner’s Offices are responsible for issuing export license for the following 26 goods: Rice, corn flour, wheat flour, rice flour, lumber, cattle, live hog, chicken, coke , rare earth, antimony and antimony products , tungsten and tungsten products, zinc ore, tin and tin products, silver, indium and indium products , molybdenum and phosphorus ore; rush and rush products, carborundum, talc lump( powder) , magnesite, bauxite, licorice and licorice products; platinum (exported through processing trade ) ,natural sand (including standard sand) .

3.  The local issuing agency are responsible for issuing export license for the following 17 kinds of goods the : chilled beef, frozen beef, chilled pork, chilled chicken, frozen chicken, ozone-depleting substances, paraffin wax, zinc and zinc-based alloys , metal parts and products, motor vehicles (including complete sets of parts) and its chassis , motorcycles (including all-terrain vehicle) and its engine and frame , molybdenum products, citric acid, penicillin industrial salt , vitamin C, and sulfuric acid disodium .

Second, the License Bureau is responsible for issuing export licenses for central enterprise located in Beijing

Third, to maintain the normal order of operation, some export goods are designated to certain issuing agency for export license and to entry out through designated ports. To export such goods, enterprises shall apply to the designated issuing agency for export licenses and make export declaration at the specified port. The issuing agency shall issue an export license in accordance with the specified port .

1.  Huangpu Customs, the Beihai Customs and Tianjin Customs are the Customs ports for the Antimony and Antimony products.

2. for Products under the category of magnesite that are mixtures containing over 70% magnesium oxide by weight (HS code : 3824909200 ) , the export license shall be issued by the Special Commissioner office and are no longer with designated customs ports. The export license for other products under the category of magnesite are issued by the Special Commissioner’s Office in Dalian , and Dalian ( Dayao , Yingkou , Bayuquan , Dandong , Dadong Port ) , Qingdao ( Laizhou Customs ) , Tianjin (East Harbour , Newport ) , Changchun ( Tumen ) , Manchuria are designated as the Customs ports.

3. Tianjin Customs, Shanghai Customs, Dalian Customs are the designated Customs ports for licorice. And the Tianjin Customs, Shanghai Customs are the designated Customs ports for licorice products.

4. The designated Customs Ports for rare earth are Tianjin Customs, Shanghai Customs, Qingdao Customs, Huangpu Customs, Hohhot Customs, Nanchang Customs, Ningbo Customs, Nanjing Customs and Xiamen Customs.

5. the export licenses for export live cattle, hogs, and chicken to Hong Kong shall be issued by Guangzhou and Shenzhen Special Commissioner Office.

6. the issuing of re-export license for saw timber produced with imported log: Heilongjiang Provincial Department of Commerce is responsible for issuing export licenses for businesses within the province and the designated customs ports are Dalian Customs and Suifenhe Customs; Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Department of Commerce is responsible for issuing the export licenses for businesses within the Autonomous Region and the designated customs ports are Manchuria, Erlianhaote, Dalian, Tianjin and Qingdao Customs; Xinjiang Uygur autonomous Region Department of Commerce is responsible for issuing the export licenses for businesses within the Autonomous Region and the designated customs ports are Alashankou , Tianjin and Shanghai Customs. Fujian Provincial foreign Trade Department is responsible for issuing export licenses for businesses within the province and the designated customs ports are Fuzhou , Xiamen, Putian and Zhangzhou customs .

7. Special Commissioner’s Office in Guangzhou and Hainan Province are responsible for issuing within their respective province the export license for natural sand to Hong Kong and Macau. Fuzhou Special Commissioner’s Office is responsible for issuing the export license for natural sand to Taiwan and the Customs port are designated to the customs of the province where the enterprises are located. And the Fuzhou Special Commissioner’s Office is responsible for signing and issuing of the export license for natural sand to Taiwan.

Fourth, In accordance with the 2001 Administration of Export Pilot of Saw Timber Produced with Imported Log (Forestry [2001] Issuing No. 560 ) jointly issued by the State Administration of Forestry , the former Ministry of Foreign Trade , and General Administration of Customs, enterprises qualified for the re-export license for saw timber produced with imported log shall apply for the licenses from the issuing agencies listed in the Article 3 Paragraph 5 of the notice in accordance with the Export Certificate of Saw Timber Produced with Imported Log, and the issuing agencies shall indicate “Saw Timber Produced with Imported Log” in the reference column.

Fifth, the export license for the ozone-depleting substances shall conform to the rule of “each license for each batch” mechanism.

Sixth, when issuing the export licenses, the issuing agencies shall strictly conform to the Measures for the Administration of Licenses for the Export of Goods, the 2012 Catalogue for Goods Subject to the Administration of Export Licenses and Work Specification of the Issuing of the Export Licenses( Issuing No.398[2008]) published by the Ministry of the Commerce.

The Catalog shall come into force Since January 1, 2012, and the 2011 Catalogue for Graded License Issuance of Goods Subject to the Administration of Export Licenses shall be abrogated on the same date.

Top 50 Wholesale Markets in China

Posted on February 03, 2012  by Xixi  in China Wholesale, Export to China   478 Comments »
Top 50 Wholesale Markets in China

Many foreign buyers directly make purchase from China’s top wholesale market. In the meantime, many foreign sellers have begun to realize that these wholesale markets can help them to make sales directly to Chinese distributors.

China ‘s TOP 50 Wholesale Market ( In the order of turnover)

1. Zhejiang Yiwu China Commodity City

2. Zhejiang China Light & Textile Industrial City

3 Wu Ai Commodity Market, Shenyang, Liaoning Province

4. Xiliu Clothing Wholesale Market, Haicheng, Liaoning Province

5 Linyi Wholesale City, Linyi, Shandong Province

6 Hanzhengjie Commodity Market, Wu Han, Hubei Provice

7. He Hua Chi Wholesale Market, Chengdu, Sichuan Province

8. Nansantiao Commodity Market, Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province

9. Naochuan Clothing Market, Shangdong Province

10. China Oriental Silk Market, Wusi, Jiangsu Province

11. Shijiazhuang Xinhua Trade Center, Hebei Province

12 Xiaoshan Commercial City, Zhejiang Province

13. Changshu Merchandise Mall, Jiangsu Province

14 Huangyan Luqiao Commodity Market, Zhejiang Province

15. Jimo Clothing Wholesale Market, Shandong Province

16. Chongqing Chaotianmen Comprehensive Market

17. Cixi Zhouxiang Food Wholesale Market, Ningbo, Zhejiang Province

18. Shenyang, China Furniture City, Liaoning Province

19. Caiyun City, Yantai Development Zone, Shandong Province

20. Harbin Underground Commodity Market, Heilongjiang Province

21. Datang Textile Market , Zhuji, Zhejiang Province

22. Huanbei Commodity Market, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province

23. Guangfu Road Market, Changchun, Jilin Province

24. Hangzhou Silk Market, Zhejiang Province

25. Zhoucun Textile World. Zibo, Shandong Province

26. Huzhou Silk City, Zhejiang Province

27. Evergreen Clothing Market, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province

28. Jiangyin Food City, Jiangsu Province

29. Zhili Light & Textile & Embroidery Industry, Zhejiang Province

30. Honghe Sweater Market, Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province

31. Hangzhou Light Textile Market, Zhejiang Province

32. Jiangyin Textile Market, Jiangsu Province

33. Qiaoxi Qingnian Street Market, Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province

34. Yongjia Bridge Button Market, Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province

35. Taicang Light Textile Market, Jiangsu Province

36. Tongxiang Puyuan Wool Market, Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province

37. Guanlin Commercial Plaza, Luoyang, Henan Province

38. Harbin Toulong Street Market, Heilongjiang Province

39. Eastern Wholesale Market, Lanzhou, Gansu Province

40. Qiaonan Industrial Goods Market, Changde, Hunan Province

41. China Shoes City, Shenyang, Liaoning Province

42. Guanghui Wholesale Market, Lanzhou, Gansu Province

43. Daxiangguo Temple Market, Kaifeng, Henan Province

44. Liusha Cloth &Fabric Market, Puning, Guangdong Province

45. Dongyuegong Market, Xingning, Guangdong Province

46. Guangzhou Baima Clothing Wholesale Market

47. Dongxing Market, Shenyang, Liaoning Province

48 Jiashan Mall, Zhejiang Province

49. Harbin Nanji Food Wholesale Market, Heilongjiang Province

50. Baigou Commodity Market, Hebei Province

 

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