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2016 Annual Review on Chinese Cross Border E-commerce
Jan 09, 2017
1. A new tax policy and commodity list were issued in 2016 that have significantly impacted the CBEC industry 2. Requirements for CFDA registration of special food and requirements to obtain a CCEC for goods imported via the bonded import model have reduced the regulatory gap between CBEC and general trade. 3.Direct import developed greatly in 2016 due to its exemption from positive list restrictions. 4. A number of new laws and regulations are on the horizon that is likely to further impact CBEC.
Future Direction of Chinese CBEC Regulation
Dec 15, 2016
Chinese authorities are developing a unified information system to facilitate customs clearance, inspection and quarantine for products imported via CBEC channel. Significant regulatory changes are in the pipeline and when finalized will see CBEC regulatory requirements aligned with general trade requirements.
China to Extend CBEC Policy Grace Period Until the End of 2017
Nov 15, 2016
To help enterprises to adapt to the new policy, the MOC and related departments have agreed to extend grace period of CBEC policy will be extended from May 2017 to the end of 2017.
Confirmation of China Infant Formula CBEC Trade Requirements
Sep 28, 2016
The Chinese government has placed great emphasis on ensuring the safety of infant formula due to the frequent occurrence of food safety issues and poor market conditions. The “Administrative Measures for Registration of Infant and Young Children Milk Powder Formula Recipes” will be put into practice from Oct. 1, 2016 and is designed to raise the market entry threshold for infant formula, eliminate inferior brands with low product quality and increase the confidence of consumers in China’s infant formula food safety status.
Updates on China’s New CBEC Regulations
Sep 28, 2016
Crossboarder ecommerce trade will be subject to the same regulations and product standard requirements as normal trade in the near future. For food traded through CBEC this means that China’s food safety law and subordinate horizontal standards and vertical product standards must be followed.
CFDA Clarifies Crossborder Ecommerce Offline Experience Store Administrative Requirements
Sep 01, 2016
The CFDA recently clarified the license requirements of offline experience stores operated by CBEC platforms.
Overseas Infant Formula Sold Online In China Found Incompliant with National Standard
Aug 02, 2016
Since May 2016, the “Consumer Advocates”, a TV program produced by CCTV, bought 19 popular brands of foreign infant formula products (stage 1) from Chinese “Haitao” websites and CBEC platforms including Jingdong, Taobao, Tmall, Gou and Mia and sent
Trading Infant Formula through CBEC: Does it Require Chinese Language Labelling?
Jun 13, 2016
AQSIQ China clearly and publicly stressed that "Infant formula for personal use imported through postal way or parcel express (different from CBEC model) does not require printed or pasted Chinese labels.
Companies Must Act Now to Prepare for New China CBEC Rules in Spite of Grace Period
Jun 03, 2016
The Chinese government has announced the introduction of a one-year grace period for Cross-border Ecommerce (CBEC), which includes imported infant formula and dairy products. Until April 8, 2016, CBEC enjoyed a much more relaxed regulatory policy. After April 8, dairy products including infant formula required compliance with stringent regulations
China to Assess New Supervision Model during CBEC Transition Period
May 31, 2016
China will assess new supervision models for CBEC but would not forgo registration or filing requirements for products under the pre-market approval system.
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China Consults on Series of Health Food Related Documents, Involving Function Catalogue, Function Evaluation and Human Consumption Trial
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