ore the National Day, Sichuan Jiayi Co., Ltd. "accidentally" received an export tax rebate of 1,713,359.69 yuan. The chairman of the company Yuan Zhiyou calculated a time account for the reporter-the entire export tax rebate process took 23 days, which is nearly 40 days faster than before.
"Not only is it faster, but also more convenient." He said that companies can check the progress of tax refund declarations at any time through the export tax refund online inspection system of China Electronic Port. If there is a problem in the data transmission process, the company can click to resend in time.
In front of a huge electronic screen where data is constantly beating and refreshing, Mark Peng, director of the Single Window Application Department of the China Electronic Port Data Center, told reporters that by constructing and upgrading the "single window" export tax rebate declaration system, enterprises can achieve "one point access, one submission, "One feedback", paperless operation throughout the process, to achieve more data and less errands for enterprises, improve efficiency and lower costs.
Starting from the customs, taxation, treasury and other links, reducing the overall export tax rebate time is a key point for my country to stabilize foreign trade. More than that, since the beginning of this year, my country has introduced a series of practical measures in terms of tax reduction and fee reduction, tariff guarantee insurance, "credit insurance + guarantee", etc., to give charcoal and increase momentum to the vast foreign trade market.
At the same time, new forms of foreign trade represented by cross-border e-commerce and market procurement trade are booming, and they also provide a steady stream of new momentum for stabilizing foreign trade.
Customs statistics show that in the first three quarters, the import and export value through the customs cross-border e-commerce management platform was 187.39 billion yuan, an increase of 52.8%; the market procurement export value was 509.86 billion yuan, an increase of 35.5%.
The reporter noticed that in July this year, my country launched a pilot program for cross-border e-commerce business-to-business (B2B) export supervision in 10 customs. Just two months later, another 12 customs "entered the group." Industry insiders believe that the substantial expansion of the pilot program in the short term reflects the accelerating pace of China's opening up and at the same time reflects the increasing world demand for China.
In an exclusive interview with a reporter from Xinhua News Agency, the Director of the General Administration of Customs, Ni Yuefeng, said that the customs will increase support for cross-border e-commerce and comprehensively promote the supervision of cross-border e-commerce product returns, so that cross-border e-commerce products can be imported and exported. Go and retreat to promote the healthy and rapid development of new business formats.