Total 24 Posts

China Announces 11 Month Coal Tariff Cut

Beijing announced that it would temporarily cut tariffs for all coal imports to zero for 11 months, starting on May 1, 2022. As many coal imports already enjoy zero tariffs, it is unclear how much this policy would impact the volume of coal imports.

China Extends Tariff Exclusions on U.S. Goods

China's tariff agency recently extended its tariff exclusions on certain U.S. goods, as the term of the exclusions had been set to expire on April 16.

U.S. Reinstates Tariff Exclusions for 352 Items

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) recently issued a list of products from China that would be excluded from the Section 301 tariffs. In response, Chinese officials called for the elimination of all the Section 301 tariffs.

China Updates List of E-Commerce Imported Products Subject to Lower Taxes

On February 21, the Chinese government released an updated list of cross-border e-commerce products that are subject to lower taxes when imported under a designated value threshold.

China Plans to Adjust Some Tariffs on Imports and Exports

China's Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council recently announced a series of tariff adjustments, including voluntary tariff reductions, tariff reductions under trade agreements, and in the meantime tariff hikes for some items. According to the notice [http://www.gov.cn/zhengce/zhengceku/2021-12/15/content_5660939.htm] (link in

China to Stop GSP Certificate of Origin for Goods to EAEU

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

China Again Extends Tariff Exemptions for U.S. Goods

On September 16, China’s Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council announced on its website that China will extend tariff exemptions for 81 products imported from the United States by seven months. This is the fifth time that China has extended tariff exemptions for U.S. goods. In the
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