Custom Office’s Reponses to Foreign Travellors’ Questions Concerning Importing Automobiles to China Part 2

Posted on December 08, 2013  by Xixi  in China Customs, Importing from China   No Comments »
Custom Office’s Reponses to Foreign Travellors’ Questions Concerning Importing Automobiles to China Part 2

1. Tariff concerning questions on imported motor vehicles of permanent personnel and settled foreigners. Answer: According to national regulations, ports including Shanghai Port, Tianjin New Port, Dalian New Port and Guangzhou Huangpu Port are provided with import services of finished automobile. For detailed taxation information, please contact the customhouse of the handling port. In consideration […]

Due diligence in China: What to See When Visiting Chinese Factories Part 1

Posted on October 09, 2013  by Xixi  in Safe trading, Sourcing Knowledge   No Comments »
Due diligence in China: What to See When Visiting Chinese Factories Part 1

Seeing is believing. So when you choose or verify Chinese supplier, the most authentic way is to visit the supplier onsite, either by yourself or hiring a third party service. So what to see and what to check during the visit? 1) Meet with the owner A person has character, there are all kinds of […]

China Customs Intellectual Property Protection Status in 2012

Posted on May 13, 2013  by Xixi  in China Customs   No Comments »
China Customs Intellectual Property Protection Status in 2012

In order to crack down on the infringement of Intellectual property rights in import and export and maintain fair competition and economic order, in 2012, China Customs earnestly fulfilled the functions of supervision and administration of entry and exit in accordance with relevant laws and policies, actively carried out the enforcement of intellectual property rights […]

Custom Office’s Reponses to Foreign Travellors’ Questions Concerning Importing Automobiles to China Part 1

Posted on April 25, 2013  by Xixi  in China Customs   No Comments »
Custom Office’s Reponses to Foreign Travellors’ Questions Concerning Importing Automobiles to China Part 1

How can Staff of Foreign-funded Enterprises apply for importing vehicles for personal use ? In accordance with Measures of the Customs of the People’s Republic of China for the Supervision of the Entry and Exit of Articles for Personal Use of Long-term Non-resident Travelers (Order No. 194 of the General Administration of Customs), permanent personnel […]

China Custom Q&A: Vehicles Imported for Permanent Personnel’s Personal Use

Posted on April 13, 2013  by Xixi  in China Customs   No Comments »
China Custom Q&A: Vehicles Imported for Permanent Personnel's Personal Use

1. Permanent Representative (permanent institutions) to apply for imported cars must provide the following documents: 1) Record card of the permanent institutions in the People’s Republic of China 2) The application form of entry and exit of articles for personal use in quadruplicate (Organization Seals and Signature of the applicant); 3) Identification Documents: 1 resident […]

China Customs Q&A: Currently who can import automobile from abroad for personal use?

Posted on April 08, 2013  by Xixi  in China Customs, Importing from China   No Comments »
China Customs Q&A: Currently who can import automobile from abroad for personal use?

At present, only four types of person can import automobile from abroad for personal use. Travelers who have obtained proof of residence or the approval documents issued by the competent authorities of the Government of the People’s Republic of China , ( including Chinese non-resident visitors ) ; The resident staff among the non-resident travelers […]

China’s Sugar Imports and Exports in 2012

Posted on April 07, 2013  by Xixi  in General News, Importing from China   No Comments »
China’s Sugar Imports and Exports in 2012

2012 Sugar Imports Increased by 28.4% In 2012, China imported a total of 3,747,000 tons of sugar, a year-on-year growth of 28.4%; imports turnover amounted to $ 2.24 billion, a year-on-year growth of 15.5%. Sugar imports accounted for 192.7 percent of the total import tariff quotas, up by 42.6 percent.  Among them, in December, China’s […]

China’s Ship Export Experienced a Slump in 2012

Posted on March 30, 2013  by Xixi  in General News, Headline, Importing from China   No Comments »
China’s Ship Export Experienced a Slump in 2012

In 2012, China’s ship exports amount to 36.127 billion U.S. dollars, down by 13.4%, and the export volume was 2,748,300 ships, a year-on-year decrease of 3.9%. And the average export price reached $ 13,100 / vessel, a year-on-year decline of 9.9%. Calculated by the turnovers of exports, Hong Kong, Singapore and Panama were the top […]

The 2012 CNC Machine Tool Imports Declined in Volume Yet Increased in Value

Posted on March 28, 2013  by Xixi  in Headline, Importing from China   No Comments »
The 2012 CNC Machine Tool Imports Declined in Volume Yet Increased in Value

From January to December 2012, China’s CNC machine tool imports amounted to $ 4.56 billion, a year – on – year decrease of 11.6%; import volume reached 15,600 units, down by 29.8%; the average import price amounted to $ 292,900 / units, a year – on – year growth of 26.0%. In December, China’s CNC […]

The Export of Chinese Medical Instruments Is at a Low Run

Posted on January 08, 2013  by Xixi  in General News, Importing from China   No Comments »
The Export of Chinese Medical Instruments Is at a Low Run

In the first half of the year 2012, the export growth of Chinese medical instruments is at a low run which is caused by the following factors combined together: the international market demand is not much; the world economic growth is lack of motivation; it is difficult for the recovery of the two largest economies […]