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An Exclusive Interpretation of China’s Cross-border E-commerce Policy

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    • An Exclusive Interpretation of China’s Cross-border E-commerce Policy
      中国跨境电商政策研究报告

    • Author: ChemLinked
    • Update date: 2018-08-27
    • Publish date: 2018-08-27
    • Language: English
    • Format: Electronic Edition (Adobe PDF)
    • Pages: 46
    • Price: $599  (Free for premium members)

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    Introduction

    As the first systematic report on cross-border e-commerce policies in China, this report comprehensively sorted out China's cross-border e-commerce policies from 2013 to 2017, conducted a detailed interpretation of the cross-border e-commerce policies on import and export trades, and put forward eleven major policy recommendations for the future development of cross-border e-commerce industry.

    Contents

    1. Summary

    1.1 Background

    1.2 Research methods

    2. Terms and Definitions

    3. Policy Environment

    3.1 Cross-border e-commerce policies by the State Council

    3.2 Cross-border e-commerce policies by General Administration of Customs

    3.3 Cross-border e-commerce policies by other departments

    3.4 Cross-border e-commerce policies by pilot cities

    4. An interpretation of import policies for cross-border e-commerce industry

    4.1 GACC Announcement No.56, 2014 (on Cross-Border E-Commerce Trade Supervision for Inbound and Outbound Goods and Objects)

    4.2 Notice of General Administration of Customs on Issues Concerning Import Model of Pilot Online Shopping Bonded Area for Cross-border Trade E-Commerce

    4.3 AQSIQ Notice on Public Consultation of Detailed Supervision and Administration Regulations on Import Food Safety of CBEC under Online Shopping Bonded Model

    4.4 Announcement of AQSIQ on Issuing the Works Norms for Management of CBEC Business Entities and Commodities Filing

    4.5 Notice of MOF on Tax Policy on Cross-border E-Commerce Retail Imports

    4.6 List of Cross-border E-Commerce Retail Imports of Ministry of Finance

    4.7 MOFCOM spokesman comments on extending the supervision transition period of CBEC retail imports

    4.8 Ministry of Commerce: increase the number of cross-border e-commerce pilot cities to 15; commodities imported through CBEC shall be supervised as personal items temporarily

    4.9 The State Council: extending the supervision transition period for CBEC by one year

    4.10 AQSIQ Announcement on Enforcement Date of Formula Registration of Imported Infant Formula Milk Powder Products

    4.11 MOFCOM: 5 new cities will be set up in 2018 to apply for CBEC transition policies

    4.12 State Council executive meeting: increase 22 new CBEC comprehensive pilot sites

    5. Recommendations for Cross-border E-Commerce Development Policies