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General Administration of Customs: Announcement on matters related to the adjustment of the China-Mo

  • Author:Alvin
  • Source:HKSG-GRUP
  • Release Date:2018-11-22
General Administration of Customs: Announcement on matters related to the adjustment of the China-Mongolia cargo list

In order to further deepen the joint supervision and cooperation between the customs of China and Mongolia, facilitate trade between the two countries, and promote bilateral economic development, the customs of the two countries decided to use information technology to carry out the transmission of the data of the cargo manifests to electronic orders. The certificate serves as the documentary evidence for the relevant carrier to declare to the customs of the two countries. Since December 1, 2018, it has been piloted at the Erlian Port in China and the Zhamen Ude Port in Mongolia. On January 1, 2019, the electronic cargo inventory data was officially transmitted at the ports of China and Mongolia (see Appendix 1 for specific ports). ). The relevant matters are hereby announced as follows:

1. In order to further simplify the documents, China Customs will extract the relevant data from the electronic data of the inbound and outbound road transport vehicles and freight manifests declared by the carrier to the customs and the electronic data of the customs declaration declaration filed by the consignor or its agent to the customs. The electronic declaration data of the “Load List” (see Appendix 2 for specific data items). Among them, the "goods price" data of the "Load List" will be extracted from the price information of the export goods declaration.

2. The electronic cargo inventory data extracted by the Chinese Customs from the inbound and outbound road transport vehicles, cargo manifests and customs declaration electronic data will be transmitted to the Mongolian Customs as the Sino-Mongolian Customs joint supervision exchange data when the vehicle leaves the country.

3. The transmission requirements for some road manifest data items are adjusted as follows:

(1) The “HS Code” in “Original Manifest Data Item” is adjusted to “Required Field” of “Main Data”.

(2) “Commodity HS Code” in “Pre-Assignment Data Sheet” is adjusted to “Required Field” of “Main Data”.

4. From December 1, 2018 to April 1, 2019, the carrier still needs to declare the paper version of the "Load List" to the Customs. The electronic manifest list data is used in parallel with the paper "Load List". From April 1, 2019, the paper "Load List" will be cancelled.

5. This announcement shall come into force on December 1, 2018. The General Administration of Customs announced that No. 81 of 2009 was abolished on April 1, 2019.

Special announcement.

1. Sino-Mongolian Port Comparison Table.docx
2. China and Mongolia Customs cargo manifest data element definition .xls

General Administration of Customs
November 15, 2018