Customs Authorities Work to Aid Foreign Trade Impacted by Corona Virus

Douaneautoriteiten proberen de impact van het Coronavirus te minimaliseren

Kelsey Schenk - Marketing Officer
Kelsey Schenk
Marketing Officer

De chinese douane heeft beloofd extra maatregelen te treffen om er voor te zorgen dat het coronavirus zich niet verder verspreid en dat tegelijkertijd de handel met het buitenland soepel loopt.

Efforts will be made to further simplify customs clearance procedures, reduce inspection and quarantine fees and optimize the port business environment.

It will give more support to the expansion of imports, facilitate exports, and promote reciprocal market opening up, said the GAC.

Local customs authorities should solve difficulties facing enterprises and strive to minimize the impact of the epidemic on the foreign trade sector.

In addition, the GAC said it will continue to toughen the crackdown on wildlife trafficking.

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De douane in India werkt ook hard aan maatregelen om de impact van het coronavirus voor bedrijven te minimaliseren.

To facilitate faster clearance of consignments to and from China, a 24×7 Customs clearance facility will be available at all sea ports and airports till May. The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) has written to all Chief Commissioners (Customs and Central Tax) asking them to workout the arrangement and deploy sufficient number of officers on 24×7 basis at sea ports, air cargo stations, inland container depot, container freight station, etc, falling in their jurisdiction.

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