Deloitte Customs Seminar
Two important developments in management of Customs operations, the impact of National Clearance Reform and Customs reorganisation on your Customs matters
2017 has proved to be an eventful year for China Customs. China Customs launched a series of reforms in 2017 via the introduction of a series of new regulations. The Customs Risk Management Centre and Import Taxes Collection Centre have been officially enforced from July 1st, indicating the significant change of the existing clearance supervision system. In addition, the General Administration of Customs (“GAC”) has rolled out the pilot processing trade supervision model of single-unit-treatment-for-enterprise. The pilot model is aimed to facilitate document set-up, simplify cancellation cycle and method, optimize the declaration method of goods delivery list and encourage enterprises to strengthen self-regulation and self-inspection. What do these collective changes mean for MNEs? Come and listen to our award winning team on how to improve clearance and reduce logistic costs.
At the same time, GAC has strengthened the guidance on self-disclosure by enterprises and launched a nationwide “self-inspection and disclosure” program targeted at non-trade payment. Many companies have already received a request for self- disclosure or formal audit and there will be more requests to come. In handling such audit or investigation, most enterprises are facing a lot pressure and under a tight schedule. Finding a strategic way to deal with self-inspection and respond to Customs audits will be important in closing the request with no payment.
We would like to invite you to join the forthcoming seminar in Shanghai. Deloitte’s team of national Customs advisors, who had worked in Customs House for more than 15 years from Shanghai, Beijing, Tianjin, Suzhou, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Chongqing, and from the key divisions such as Customs Valuation Center, Tariff Division, Audit Division, Customs Clearance Division, will provide in-depth insights on the following hot issues using case studies and share the local practices. In addition, we will arrange the Customs advisors for one-to-one talk with you during the second session. Looking forward to your coming！
Morning session: Seminar
Changes and the impact
- Key updates that might affect the Business
- Customs Clearance Integration Reform
- Latest regulations about processing trade and supervision areas
- Draft policy on Customs export control
- Impact to enterprises
Trends of self-inspection and Customs audits on non-trade payment and how to respond
- Customs’ requirements of self-inspection on non-trade payment (mainly royalty payment)
- Development of Customs audits on non-trade payment
- How to respond to self-inspection and Customs audits
Case sharing on local Customs’ practices of self-inspection and Customs audits on non-trade payment
- Roundtable discussion – local Customs’ practices
- Roundtable discussion – case sharing
Afternoon session: One-to-one talk (30 mins/group)*
*We will contact you in person to understand your needs and arrange the most suitable Customs advisor to you for one-to-one talk.
Date: September 22nd, 2017 (Friday)
- Seminar: 9:30 – 12:00
- One-to-one talk (30 mins/group): 13:00 – 16:00
Venue: 6F, Building 7, 500 Zhengli Road, Shanghai
Language: Chinese Mandarin
- Seminar: RMB 200 per person
- Seminar and one-to-one talk: RMB 500 per person*
* The above fee includes seminar in the morning, a lunch box and 30 minutes of one-to-one talk in the afternoon.
We look forward to welcoming you to this informative seminar. To confirm your attendance, please fill out the registration form as attached and send it back to us ASAP. Number of participants is limited to two for each company and early registration is recommended as space is limited. An official confirmation letter will be sent to attendees before the date and time of each session. Please feel free to contact us for any enquiry.
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