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At a WTO Committee on Rules of Origin meeting, China presented its study of the utilization of tariff preferences by least developed countries (LDCs), and other WTO Members offered their reactions.
In response to a report to the WTO from a group of least developed countries (LDCs) on the utilization of the trade preferences offered by China, China submitted a study of its own with statistics on this issue.
At the WTO's Committee on Rules of Origin meeting on June 6, for which the minutes were recently circulated, there was a discussion of the utilization by least developed countries of China's tariff preferences.
We previously reported on the announcement [https://www.chinatrademonitor.com/chinese-customs-stops-issuing-gsp-certificates-for-exports-to-eu/] by China’s General Administration of Customs (GACC) that it will stop issuing Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) certificates to Chinese goods that are exported to EU members, the United Kingdom, Canada, Turkey, Ukraine and Liechtenstein, effective on December
On October 25, China’s General Administration of Customs issued a notice [http://www.customs.gov.cn/customs/302249/2480148/3968366/index.html] (link in Chinese) stating that, according to the Provisions for Issuing GSP Certificates of Origin, since EU members, the United Kingdom, Canada, Turkey, Ukraine and Liechtenstein no
On September 23, China’s General Administration of Customs announced [http://www.customs.gov.cn/customs/302249/2480148/3900112/2021092416141082221.pdf] (link in Chinese) that it would stop issuing the Generalized System of Preference (GSP) Certificates of Origin for exports shipped to the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), effective on October