Please note that this session will be held in Chinese without translation
Shanghai Customs has been leading the charge on Customs reforms and will introduce its latest reform project to AmCham Shanghai members on Tuesday, July 26th, 2:30-4:00pm at the AmCham Shanghai Conference Room.
On June 1, Shanghai Customs launched a new pilot project which will simplify and unify Customs clearance management procedures nationally. The project is called Quanguo tongguan Yitihua (Nationwide Integration of Clearance) and will have enormous benefits for importers and exporters. The goal of the reform is to standardize Customs clearance procedures nationally to allow companies to use one Custom office to clear all shipments, regardless of their destination. The program will also simplify tax collection procedures. If there are specific topics or questions that you want the Customs to cover and answer on this topic, please email Elyssa Gao upon RSVP.
This event is organized by the Chamber's Trade Facilitation Taskforce (TFT) a group that engages Shanghai Customs and CIQ regularly on key issues related to import and export business. For more information on how to join the TFT please contact Elyssa.email@example.com
14:30 Arrival and Networking
14:45 Policy Briefing by Deputy Director of the General Office, Shanghai Customs
16:00 Event Ends
This is an off-the-record event and will be held in Chinese. Please RSVP in advance as seats are limited. If you have any questions about this event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Customs is responsible for the surveillance and control over all the imports and exports. In accordance with the Customs Law of the People’s Republic of China and other relevant rules and regulations, Customs administration is responsible for: Exercising control over all the means of transport, goods, luggage, postal items and other articles entering or leaving the territory; Collecting Customs duties and other taxes and fees; Preventing and combating smuggling; Compiling Customs statistics; Dealing with other Customs affairs.
Special thanks to the 2016 Sponsors of AmCham Shanghai's Trade Facilitation Task Force,
Amber Road and PricewaterhouseCoopers