According to the State Council Information Office of China (SCIO), China's imports via general trade grew by 6.5% to 5.55 trillion yuan in the first half of 2022, which showcased that an increasing number of foreign products are entering the Chinese market. As we know, China is at the forefront of the world's food and cosmetics imports. However, products are subject to stringent supervision in China and must undergo a series of inspections for customs clearance.
In this webinar, the speaker will introduce the regulatory requirements of food and cosmetic products. After that, she will focus on customs clearance, including the steps, commonplace mistakes and tips to mitigate the potential risks.