Customs of China

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Sub-subject: Customs of China. Import-export procedures. Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to Customs of China
  2. Import-export customs procedures in China.
  3. Shanghai customs.
  4. Guangzhou customs.
Sub-subject “Customs of China” is studied…
  1. Masters: International Business (MIB), Asia, BRICS Countries, and Pacific
  2. Course Business in China
  3. Doctorate DIB Asia

Master in International Business Chinese students

Languages of study: En or Es Aduanas Chinas Fr China Pt China

Credits of the sub-subject “Chinese customs”: 0.5 ECTS

国际金融硕士

Sample of the Sub-subject: Customs of China:
Customs of China

Sub-Subject Description: Customs of China:

The main objective of China Customs (Chinese public agency) is to supervise and manage international trade from the Customs territory of the mainland of the People's Republic of China.

Customs of China practices a centralised management structure. Principal tasks of Customs of China are:

  1. Customs control
  2. Revenue collection
  3. Fighting contraband
  4. External trade statistics
  5. Supervision and management of bond operations for processing foreign trade
  6. Audit-based monitoring and risk management
  7. Port management

Revenue collected by Customs of the People's Republic of China includes:

  1. Customs duties
  2. Import VAT
  3. Consumption tax
  4. Vessel tonnage tax.

Customs of China have played a significant position in the conception and implementation of import and export tariff schedule and preferential tax policies, CEPA (Closer Economic Partnership Arrangements with Hong Kong SAR and Macau SAR), negotiations of Free Trade Agreements, implementation of rules of origin, zero import tariff treatment for fruits originating from Taiwan Province, and other relevant policies and measures.

China Costa Rica Agreement

Chinese economy - China ports - investment in China - Beijing - Pearl River Delta


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