About 300 million yuan of goods in Guangzhou enjoy tariff concessions

2022-09-16 0 By

Nanfang Daily news (reporter/Chen Xiao reporter/Guan Yue) recently, from Bangkok, Thailand, the cargo flight loading seto urine shrimp, live crab, pineapple, papaya, emperor banana and other nearly 9 tons of imports of “New Year goods” landed in Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport.”Thanks to the RCEP policy, this batch of imported goods is expected to enjoy a tax discount of over 20,000 yuan.”Lin Jian, chief of the third section of the audit business department of the Customs Office of Guangzhou Baiyun Airport, said that in January this year, more than 5,000 tons of goods were imported and exported between the port of Guangzhou Baiyun Airport and other RCEP member countries, involving more than 1,800 cargo flights, up 115 percent and 52 percent year-on-year respectively.In the first month when RCEP came into force, Guangzhou Customs continued to provide services to enterprises in various aspects, including rules of origin, tariff concessions, and the approved exporter system, and guided them to enjoy import and export benefits.According to statistics, in January this year, a total of 648 RCEP preferential certificates of origin were issued, worth about 210 million YUAN.The import of RCEP goods by the enterprise to Guangzhou Customs is nearly 70 million yuan.The approved exporters identified by Guangzhou Customs issued 44 independent declarations of origin for exporting RCEP countries, with the value of goods exceeding 20 million yuan.Leather, textile, agricultural products, jewelry processing and other industries have benefited.Take the leather industry as an example. Shiling Town, Huadu District, Guangzhou, the “Leather capital of China”, exports more than 400 million leather cases and bags every year.In the first month of RCEP implementation, driven by this industry, Tianhe Customs under Guangzhou Customs issued a total of 140 RCEP certificates of origin, involving goods worth about 36 million yuan, among which the number of certificates of origin for goods exported to Japan was 19 times that of the same period last year.Declaration: The copyright of this article belongs to the original author, if there is a source error or infringement of your legitimate rights and interests, you can contact us through the mailbox, we will promptly deal with.Email address: jpbl@jp.jiupainews.com