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Topic: “QuanYuTong” Brings Steady Growth to Sichuan’s Foreign Trade
Time:10:00 AM (Wed) June 25, 2014
Special Guests:Ni Zao, Deputy Director General and Party Leadership Group Member of Chengdu Customs District
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“QuanYuTong” Brings Steady Growth to Sichuan’s Foreign Trade
[Ni Zao]: This diagram might make things clearer:
[Wang Hua]: I'm sure that makes things a lot clearer for everyone. I imagine a lot of enterprise owners in Sichuan would like to know which customs process they should choose. Do you have any advice for them? 06/25/2014 10:21:51
[Ni Zao]: At present, aside from choosing port clearance for those importing through Shuangliu airport, import-export enterprises in Sichuan can also choose the traditional customs transfer model, cross customs district "Declaration at Hometown, Release at Port" model, the "Integration of Free Trade Zones and Ports" model, or the "Multiple Declaration Points, Multiple Release Points" Model. 06/25/2014 10:22:11
[Ni Zao]: In terms of choosing which model to use, we hope enterprises can make their own informed decisions. Based on the logistics route, costs, and customs habits, they can choose the model which suits them best. I advise them to speak to their local customs offices and related departments who will be happy to help and advise. 06/25/2014 10:22:36
[Ni Zao]: We have already summed up these processes and main points. We have also helped more companies learn about them through training and publicizing. 06/25/2014 10:23:02
[Wang Hua]: Ok. Let's get back to the "QuanYuTong". Just now you mentioned two new models as part of the "QuanYuTong". But as a systematic undertaking, I imagine there's much more to it than that. 06/25/2014 10:23:20
[Ni Zao]: There is. We've summarized the "QuanYuTong" project as "2, 3, 4". The "two" represents the two main approaches: informatization and the innovation of the customs model. 06/25/2014 10:23:48

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