Dematerialization of procedures and facilitation of customs clearance Once the goods have been shipped, customs officers examine and evaluate the information contained in the entry slip and compare it with the imported items. In the absence of irregularities, officials issue an “expulsion order” to replace goods imported by customs. 2.1. Downward revision of the selectivity rate of controls (rates have been reduced by 6% for imports and 7% for exports).   (3) Upon accession, China shall comply with the TRIPS Agreement without recourse to Article 5 of the TRIPS Agreement. China will eliminate and cease obligations related to trade and foreign exchange, local content, and export or performance requirements, which will be enforced by laws, regulations or other measures. In addition, China will not apply treaty provisions that impose such requirements. Without prejudice to the relevant provisions of this Protocol, China shall ensure that the allocation of import licences, quotas, tariff quotas or other import authorisations, import or investment duty by national and sub-national authorities does not depend on the existence of competing domestic suppliers of such products; or performance requirements of any kind, such as. B local content, offsets, technology transfer, export performance or conducting research and development in China. To determine whether a licence is required for the importation of a given commercial product or commercial service, an importer must first classify the article by identifying its Indian trade declaration on the basis of an ITC (HS) Harmonized Coding or Classification System. .

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