Because there are many links in the export process of goods, various problems often arise in the production of documents in foreign trade. Many experienced traders may also suffer from such problems. You may not only lose money, but more importantly, delay the timeliness of goods transportation. How to obtain the document requirements and tariff information of the exporting country has become the most concerning thing for import and export enterprises. Read this article to learn the three steps to avoid problems in the production of documents.
With the continuous escalation of the Sino-US trade war, the Customs has strengthened its supervision and inspection of exported goods recently, which has put forward higher requirements for the production of documents. How should accurately produce these foreign trade documents, such as commercial invoices, L / C letters of credit, bills of lading, FORM certificates of origin, etc.? How to avoid trade risks as much as possible from the beginning of preparation?
In response to these, we recommend a query website jointly issued by the International Association of Customs Brokers and the World Customs Organization! Free to use! The website has supported searching for 92 trade agreements of origin rules in 85 countries.
Three steps to avoid problems in the production of documents
Now, take China’s export of goods to the United States with a tariff of 7603100090 as an example:
Firstly, select China as the exporting country and the United States as the importing country.
Secondly, enter the HS code of the commodity. After entering the first 4 digits, a list will pop up automatically. This list shows the commodity tariff code of the importing country.
Thirdly, click the search button and the results are as follows.
If the desired information is not found, don’t worry! You can click the “ON” status in the red box to further load tariff preference information.
The search results of tariffs, certificate of origin regulations, document requirements, etc. are shown below.