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The General Administration of Customs of People's Republic of China (GACC) promulgated a China Customs Notice (No. 26 of 2017) on 29 June 2017 concerning the submission of Certificate of Non-manipulation by importers or their agents (hereafter referred as “Importers”). Content of the new arrangement in the subject China Customs Notice is extracted below: -

In accordance with China Customs Notice (No. 52 of 2016), the Importers are required to submit Certificates of Non-manipulation. With effective from 10 July 2017, if the China Customs has already received the electronic information about the Certificate of Non-manipulation, which tallies with those in the import declaration submitted by the Importers, the China Customs will no longer demand traders to produce an original copy of the Certificate of Non-manipulation.

If the China Customs has not received the electronic information about the Certificate of Non-manipulation or when requested, Importers will be required to produce the original copy of Certificate of Non-manipulation.

The China Customs Notice (No. 26 of 2017) has been uploaded onto the following website: http://www.customs.gov.cn/publish/portal0/tab49661/info855667.htm

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