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The analysis of 8 nouns commonly used in import and export customs declaration, hurry to see!

  1.Customs clearance: refers to the import and export or transshipment of goods into and out of a country's customs, should be in accordance with the laws, regulations and provisions of the procedures。

  2.Customs clearance: The act of completing or temporarily completing customs control procedures。

  3.Release: refers to the regulatory behavior of signing the release of goods and means of transport that have been prepared after examination, inspection and tax supervision。

  4.Inspection (inspection): Direct and practical verification and inspection of the contents declared by the owner of the cargo according to the audited documents。Except for those who have special provisions to allow exemption from examination, the means of transport of inbound and outbound goods should be inspected by the customs, which plays an important role in combating smuggling violations and collecting taxes。Statistics provide practical supervision basis。

  5.Single commodity consistency: When handling import and export customs procedures, check that the import and export commodity documents declared by the cargo owner are consistent with the actual import and export commodities, which is commonly called single commodity consistency。

The analysis of 8 nouns commonly used in import and export customs declaration, hurry to see!

  6.Import and export license: It is the national import and export trade administration declaration certificate, which is examined and issued by the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations and Trade and the economic and trade Commission and the Special Commissioner's Office of the relevant provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities authorized by the Ministry。Since 1992, import and export licenses have been marked in both English and Chinese。The commodity name, code and unit of measurement shall adopt the commodity classification and code coordination system。

  7.Customs declaration period: refers to the time limit for customs declaration by the consignee or his agent after the goods are shipped to the port。

  8.Commodity: refers to other commodities except commodities of Category I and II as stipulated by the State。Class I imported commodities: refers to the important imported commodities that are uniformly managed by the state and related to the national economy and people's livelihood through order agency, including grain, steel, etc。Secondary imports: refers to the bulk imports designated by the state in the international market where the supply is relatively concentrated, the price is sensitive, the domestic shortage, and the price difference between domestic and foreign is large, including wool。

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