a)Advertising matter and trade samples of no commercial value; b)Goods gifted by international organizations or foreign governments; c)Fuels, stores and beverages loaded on a means of conveyance entering or leaving the country for use en route; d)Raw materials, subsidiary materials parts, accessories, components and packing materials imported to process, assemble or produce export-oriented products.
Customs Duty payable = Quantity of imported/exported goods × Tax-inclusive price × Rate (or Amount of duty per unit)
There are two kinds of rates. One are import duty rates and the other are export duty rates. The import rates fall into two categories: general tariff rates and preferential tariff rates. The general tariff rates apply to goods imported from countries with which China has not concluded most-favoured-nation trade agreements, while the preferential tariff rates have. […]
Customs duty is a tax levied on goods imported into or exported out of China.
a)Vehicles used by Embassies and Consulates inChina b)Fire fighting vehicles c)Ambulances d)Water sprinkling vehicles
Tax payable = Quantity (or net-tonnage) of taxable vehicle / vessel × Applicable tax amount per unit
Level Tax base Tax amount per year 1 Passenger vehicle RMB 60-320 2 Cargo vehicle RMB 16-60 per ton 3 Motorcycle RMB 20-80 4 Non-motored vehicle RMB 1.2-24 5 Motorized vessel RMB 1.2-5 per ton 6 Non-motorized vessel RMB 0.6-1-4 per ton
The time limits for payment of tax by taxpayers can be one day, three days, five days, ten days, fifteen days or one month subject to decision made by competent tax authority. If RT cannot be assessed by regular period, it may be assessed on a transaction-by-transaction basis. Taxpayers that adopt one month as the […]
a) Crude oil used for heating or repairing wells in the course of exploiting crude oil; b) Taxpayers suffering huge losses due to serious accidents or natural disasters in the course of exploiting or producing taxable products.