China Customs Statistical Yearbook 2015 (Chinese Edition)

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China Customs Statistics is China's Import and Export Trade Statistics. Statistics collection, collation, preparation and release by the Chinese Customs. China Customs adopted internationally accepted trade statistics standards and its data are comprehensive, reliable and internationally comparable.
    China Customs Statistics Yearbook was first published in 1990 and compiled by the General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China. It is published in both Chinese and English languages, and presents detailed statistics on China's foreign trade on an annual basis. The magazine is divided into one, two, three, four volumes, published China's 2015 annual import and export statistics.
First, the statistical range
    Customs statistics include the actual entry and exit of the Chinese people and the customs territory of the goods. Bonded warehouses, bonded areas or special economic zones, goods entering and leaving the processing trade, leasing trade goods with a lease term of one year or more, goods going in and out of Japan by foreign-invested enterprises, supplies of international gratuitous aid, donations, etc. Are listed in the customs statistics.
    Customs statistics do not include temporary import and export goods, the lease of less than one year of the lease entry and exit of goods, entry and exit
Personal belongings of passengers (other than motor vehicles), fuels, materials and food products imported and exported abroad by inbound and outbound means of transport and direct transit goods passing through the territory of China.
    Second, product classification
    Where the import and export goods listed in the customs statistics "are based on" the People's Republic of China Customs statistics of goods
"Catalog" classified statistics. The catalog, which was prepared on the basis of the United Nations (Standard International Trade Classification) Revision 2 from 1980 to 19911, was revised in 1992 with The Harmonized Code of Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System Commodity Description and Coding System), using the eight digit commodity code, the first six digits {is the "Harmonized System" code, the latter two figures are based on the needs of China's tariffs, statistics and trade management, I added The national sub-head. There are over 7400I eight-digit item numbers in the entire catalog.
    Import and export goods in accordance with the "People's Republic of China Customs Statistics Catalog" provisions of the units of measurement statistics (weight). Unless otherwise specified, the statistical weight is calculated as net weight.
    Third, the statistical prices
    Imported goods according to cif (CIF) statistics, exports of goods according to FOB (FOB) statistics.
    CIF includes the price of goods plus the packing, shipping, insurance and other labor costs before the goods arrive at the point of entry in the customs territory of China. FOB does not include freight, insurance and other charges incurred after the goods leave the customs territory of China.
    Customs statistics prices are denominated in RMB and USD respectively. CIF or FOB of inward or outward goods are denominated in other foreign currencies and are translated into the central parity of the trading price of the benchmark RMB exchange rates issued by the State Administration of Foreign Exchange and the conversion rates of various currencies to the United States dollar Renminbi and dollar statistics.
    Fourth, statistical countries (regions)
    Statistics on the country of origin of the imported goods (ground), the country of destination of the exported goods statistics (ground).
    Country of origin means the country where the imported goods are produced, mined or processed. For the imported goods that have been processed and manufactured by several national mounds, the later a country where the goods can be economically regarded as substantial processing shall be the country of origin of the goods. Country of origin is indeed unknown, according to "country is unknown. Statistics.
   The country of destination refers to the country in which the consignments are known to be consumed, used or further processed. When the country of destination can not be determined, it is as far as possible to predict the country of shipment by country when the goods are exported.
    Fifth, the statistical time
    Import and export goods according to the date of customs clearance statistics. Customs annual statistics compiled by the calendar year.
    Sixth, sources
    The original vouchers of customs statistics are "Customs Declaration of Import Goods of the People's Republic of China" and "Customs Declaration of Goods Exported by the Customs of the People's Republic of China" or other declaration documents issued by the Customs.
    Seven, the statistics show that
    1. In Table 3, "Composition of Import and Export Commodities," the composition of commodities is organized according to the classification structure and code of the third revision of the United Nations, the Standard Industrial Classification of the World Trademark (SITC Rev.3). Among them, "primary products" refers to SITC Rev. 3 class 0-4, "manufactured goods" refers to SITC Rev. 3 5-9 categories.
    2. In Table 4, "Import and Export Commodity Gross Chapter List," the commodity categories are arranged according to the classification structure and coding of the "Catalog of Customs Statistics of the People's Republic of China" based on the "Harmonized System" (HS).
China Customs Statistical Yearbook 2015 (Chinese Edition)