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Customs to cut clearance lag for goods

By ZHONG NAN | China Daily | Updated: 2021-05-21 00:00

China plans more measures to improve port efficiency under RCEP framework

The General Administration of Customs is working on a slew of measures, including shortening the overall port clearance time for imports and exports, to further improve port efficiency under the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership framework, said a senior Customs official.

With the GAC planning ahead and making preparations for the effective implementation of RCEP provisions related to Customs, the administration has organized a comparative study on cross-border trade facilitation under the RCEP framework, and will provide professional support for decision-making to better create a market-oriented, legalized, and internationalized port business environment, said Dang Yingjie, deputy director-general of the National Office of Port Administration at the GAC.

With regard to the implementation of tariff concessions, the official said that the GAC is preparing to promulgate the RCEP Measures for the Administration of the Origin of Imported and Exported Goods and Administrative Measures for the Approved Exporters, sort out the procedures for applying preferential import and export visas under the RCEP framework, and building a supporting information system to ensure conveniences for enterprises to make proper declarations and enjoy the due benefits.

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