浏览数量：1 作者:王文博 发布时间： 2020-01-08 来源：经济参考报
With the development of e-commerce and the expansion of the cross-border e-commerce comprehensive test area, the development of cross-border e-commerce has attracted much attention. The reporter learned that the Customs has recently introduced new supervision measures to optimize the supervision system in response to the problem of “difficult to return goods” from cross-border e-commerce export products, optimize the supervision system, establish efficient, safe and convenient return channels, and solve the “pain points” of export enterprises. The problem is that cross-border e-commerce products can be purchased and returned.
The customs investigation conducted by the Customs in the early stage showed that the return ratio of cross-border e-commerce export packages was about 5%, and the return ratio of some categories of goods such as clothing reached more than 10%. There is also a demand for returns from domestic e-commerce companies to export overseas warehouses for online sales of e-commerce products due to slow sales and consumer returns. Cross-border e-commerce export enterprises generally consider factors such as the value of goods, the cost of returning logistics, and the cost of inbound taxes. They often choose overseas discounts and other methods to deal with slow-moving exports of cross-border e-commerce exports, which virtually increase the company's operating costs and affect the company The drive to expand exports has restricted the development of enterprises.
The relevant person in charge of the General Administration of Customs stated that the implementation of the customs supervision of cross-border e-commerce export returns is a special "New Year gift" sent by the customs to domestic cross-border e-commerce export enterprises. The development of this business means that the customs will Cross-border e-commerce parcel export, cross-border e-commerce export in special customs supervision areas, cross-border e-commerce export overseas warehouses and other modes of cross-border e-commerce export goods to conduct returns supervision and focus on solving the "difficult to return" of cross-border e-commerce export goods .
According to the new policy, the goods that need to be returned to the country for cross-border e-commerce package exports, cross-border e-commerce exports in special customs supervision areas, and cross-border e-commerce export overseas warehouses are returned to the original export products within 1 year after being reviewed by the customs. It can be re-inbound, and the cross-border e-commerce parcel export goods can be shipped back individually or in batches. For cross-border e-commerce export goods that do not need to be returned to the domestic market and only need to be returned to the special customs supervision area, the enterprise shall go through the formalities for entering the country and entering the area in accordance with the regulations of the special customs supervision area. Maintenance, sorting and packing, labeling and waybills are organized and re-exported.