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A Comprehensive Guide to China Cross Border E-Commerce Regulatory Reforms

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    • A Comprehensive Guide to China Cross Border E-Commerce Regulatory Reforms
      中国跨境电商法规改革分析

    • Author: Echo Cao (ChemLinked)
    • Update date: 2016-06-01
    • Publish date: 2016-06-01
    • Language: English
    • Format: Electronic Edition (Adobe PDF)
    • Pages: 6
    • Price: $99  $49 (Free for premium members)

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    Introduction

    China has made legislative reform on commodities traded through cross-border e-commerce taking effect from April 8, 2016, which will greatly influence overseas businesses of different food sectors operating within this space. This report aims to analyze the new tax system for CBEC products and what can be imported through this channel. 

    Contents

    Growth of CBEC Fueled by Loose Regulatory Environment

    Regulatory U-TURN for CBEC Commodities

    One Year Grace Period

    Limits for Personal Purchasing of CBEC Commodities

    New Tax System for CBEC Commodities from 8 Apr 2016

    Food Products that can be imported through CBEC

    • Infant formula (listed in the first batch of positive list)
    • Other dairy products (listed in the first batch of positive list)
    • Other dairy products (listed in the second batch of positive list )
    • Health food (listed in the second batch of positive list)
    • Fresh food (listed in the second batch of positive list)

    A New Supervision Model for CBEC?