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Questions and Answers of the Export

1.How to declare export cargo?

A: 1.Exporters can apply for Customs clearance procedures through internet; the Customs website provides services for applying clearance procedures through computer online processing.

2.Exporters can apply Customs declaration on-line or off-line either by self or by entrusted Customs brokers.

 

2.What are the documents required for export declaration? 

A: It’s necessary for the declarant to fill out declaration form and submit invoice, packing list, letter of authorization, export permit or other required documents according to relevant regulations.

 

3.What are the relevant regulations for the exportation of cargo

A:1.Legal corporations, associations or individuals who are not frequent exporters and not register with the Bureau of Foreign Trade should apply to the BOFT for export permits when FOB price of the export goods is equal to US$20,000 or above.

2.The exportation should be processed in accordance with the regulations of the CCC “Commodity Classification of the Republic of China”, compiled by the BOFT.

(1)The exportation of goods which are in the

list of CCC should be made according to the

regulations of CCC.

(2)The exportation of wild fauna and flora,

harmful industrial waste and scrap, recorded

optical disks, strategic high-tech goods, etc ;

should be made according to other relevant

regulations.

 

4.What are the modes of export cargo clearance

A: As soon as the automatic on-line export declaration is applied, the Customs Computer Expert System will determine these declarations into 3 modes of clearances:

1.C1: cargos released without the review of written documents or physical examination;

2.C2: only the review of written documents is required prior to the release of cargoes;

3.C3: both the review of written documents and physical examination are required prior to the release of cargoes.

 

5.How to applications of amend export declaration?

A:1.Mistakes in export declaration are allowed to be amended by the application of the consignor of goods submitting the relevant documents required.

2.Under these circumstances, the applications of amendments are not allowed:

(1)Applications before the releasing of goods:

When the amendment is in violation of the regulations of the Customs Act or Customs Preventive Law, the application is not allowed under these circumstances; the Customs officers have set about to review the documents, to exam the goods, or they have found a discrepancy or received a tip off of smuggling.

(2)Applications after the releasing of goods:

When the amendment is in violation of the regulations of the Customs Act or Customs preventive Law, the application is not allowed under these circumstances; the Customs officers have found a discrepancy, received a tip off or they have been informed to execute post clearance audit procedure.

(3)The prescribed time-limit of applying for the

amendment of export declaration is six months for cases of duty offsetting due to exportation; four months, for other cases.

 

6.What are the fees for export clearance

A:1.Trade promotion fee: Customs collect 0.0415 percent of the price of the export goods per season.

2.Other fees:

       (1)Special examination fee: NTD 1,300 per declaration.

       (2)Issuing certificates fee: NTD 100 per application.

       (3)Declaration key-in fee: NTD 200 per declaration.

 

7.What documents are required for amending FOB value of export declarations after cargo release

A: 1.export permit.

2.price certificate document(e.g. letter of credit, application for outward remittance, the duplicate of the declaration form of the same cargo exported  recently)

  • Publish Date:2014-04-22
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