According to the “Administrative Measures for the Certificate of Origin of the People’s Republic of China on the Generalized Preference System”, the General Administration of Customs has decided that starting from December 1, 2021,
For goods exported to EU member states, the United Kingdom, Canada, Turkey, Ukraine and Liechtenstein and other countries that no longer grant China’s GSP tariff preferential treatment, the customs will no longer issue GSP certificates of origin.
If the shipper of goods exported to the above-mentioned countries needs a certificate of origin, it can apply for a non-preferential certificate of origin.
In recent years, with the steady development of China’s economy and the gradual improvement of its status in international trade, more and more countries and regions have announced their “graduation” to China’s GSP.
According to a report from the Eurasian Economic Commission, starting from October 12, 2021, the Eurasian Economic Union will abolish the Generalized System of Preferences for goods exported to China, and goods exported to the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union will no longer enjoy the GSP tariff preferences.
Since the same day, the customs will no longer issue GSP certificates of origin for goods exported to Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan.
In the past, according to the Generalized System of Preferences program of the Eurasian Economic Commission, the alliance granted preferential tariffs to China’s exports of meat and meat products, fish, vegetables, fruits, some raw materials and primary processed products.
Goods in the list of exports to the Union are exempted from import duties of 25% on the basis of their tariff rates.
Post time: Nov-03-2021