China’s new foreign trade regulations implemented in March

China's new foreign trade regulations implemented in March

In order to resolve the impact of the new crown epidemic on manufacturing and foreign trade, a series of targeted measures have been introduced from the central government to the local governments. The more important ones include:

The latest declaration period for export tax rebates in 2020 is canceled. According to Article 4 of the Announcement of the Ministry of Finance and the State Administration of Taxation on the Clarification of Value-added Tax Policies on State-owned Agricultural Land Leasing, etc .: Taxpayers failing to declare export tax rebates (exemptions) within the prescribed time limit for export of goods and services and cross-border taxable acts or If the “Agent for Exporting Goods” is issued, after receiving the tax refund (exemption) certificate and related electronic information, you can apply for export tax refund (exemption); if the foreign exchange has not been received within the prescribed period, or the foreign exchange cannot be received, After the foreign exchange is collected or the foreign exchange is not received, you can apply for tax refund (exemption).

Three social insurances for small, medium, and micro enterprises are exempted for 5 months. The State Council Executive Meeting held on February 18 issued a number of new policies for benefiting enterprises, including phased reduction and exemption of enterprise pension, unemployment, and work injury insurance unit payments to reduce the impact of the epidemic on enterprises, especially small and medium-sized enterprises, and enable enterprises to have A buffer period. In all provinces except Hubei, small, medium, and micro-enterprises can be exempted from the above three expenses from February to June, and large enterprises can be reduced by half from February to April; Hubei Province can be Insured companies are exempted. At the same time, before the end of June, enterprises can apply for deferred payment of housing provident funds. During this period, employees who have not been able to repay their housing provident funds due to the epidemic situation will not be overdue. The implementation of the above policies has fully taken into account the balance of social insurance funds and other conditions, and can ensure that various social security benefits such as pensions are paid in full and on time.

In addition, various localities have introduced various policies such as rent reduction and exemption, and subsidies. For details, please check the local government website or consult the business department.

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