Lowered Import Tariff Rates

January 2008
China Chemical Reporter;1/16/2008, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the publication of the revised tariff scheme and import tariff rates for 2008 by the Ministry of Finance in China. Business experts emphasize that the modern tariff scheme and import tariff rates affect more than 600 commodities including oil, softdrinks, steel, coal and chemical products. The Ministry of Commerce and the General Customs Administration also publish the list of product directory for the prohibition of processing trade.


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