To better regulate the cross-border e-commerce business, the general administration of customs recently co-released a guidance on improving regulation over retail sales over cross-border e-commerce platforms with other government agencies including Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Finance and Market Regulation Bureau.

The guidance says that cross-border e-commerce companies that have registered with the general administration of customs before the guidance was released should submit extra application materials including qualifications and other certificates by the end of March.

Those cross-border e-commerce sites who do not submit relevant materials by the due date will have their company information expired in the customs administration’s official system. (Source: cifnews)

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