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What is the current maximum value permitted for a single cross-border e-commerce import transaction?

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Photo: What is the Current Maximum Value Permitted for a Single Cross-Border E-Commerce Import Transaction? | HKTDC
On 1 January this year, the value limit per transaction for cross-border e-commerce retail imports was raised from RMB2,000 (US$300) to RMB5,000. As of the same date, the annual per person limit increased to RMB26,000 from its previous maximum of RMB20,000.

If the dutiable value of an item in a single transaction exceeds RMB5,000, however, but is below the annual RMB26,000 limit and the order contains only one item, it may still be imported via the standard cross-border e-commerce retail channels. The item will then be subject to the full applicable rate of import duty, VAT and consumption tax, while the transaction will still count towards the overall cross-border e-commerce import annual limit.

For further details, please access the following link:

China Expands Cross-Border E-Commerce Scope and Updates Approved Import List

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