On July 6th, Minister Yu Guangzhou of the General Administration of Customs of China attended the 129th/130th Sessions of Customs Cooperation Council in Brussels, Belgium.
Minister Yu delivered a speech on cross-border e-commerce, in which he gave a comprehensive introduction to the highlights brought by cross-border e-commerce to China’s economy, and made four proposals based on China Customs’ experience of control over and service for cross-border e-commerce, namely innovation, inclusiveness, prudence and collaboration.
On the sidelines of the Sessions, Minister Yu met with WCO Secretary General Kunio Mikuriya. After an in-depth discussion on how China Customs and WCO could jointly work on a guidance document of Customs control on cross-border e-commerce, the two sides signed the MoU regarding the Establishment of a WCO Regional Training Centre (Shanghai and Xiamen) in China.
On the same day, Minister Yu also met with Heads of several WCO Member Customs. During the bilateral meeting with Australian Customs, China Customs and Australian Customs signed the 2017 Arrangement for Comprehensive Cooperation between GACC and DIBP.
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