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Jingang Customs issues 2,704 RCEP certificates of origin in Jan-July



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Jingang Customs holds a news conference to present its efforts and achievements in stabilizing foreign trade. [Photo/zjgonline.com.cn]

Jingang Customs in Zhangjiagang, a county-level city in Suzhou, East China's Jiangsu province issued 2,704 RCEP certificates of origin for over $150 million worth of goods from 110 companies from January to July 2022, officials said at a news conference on Aug 5.

The goods were mainly exported to Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand and Thailand.

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), which took effect on Jan 1, 2022, is a free trade agreement involving 15 countries – 10 ASEAN member states, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand.

To boost the development of cross-border e-commerce, Jingang Customs has completed the qualification examination of 52 local foreign trade companies and permitted them to export products. By the end of July, a total of 69 registered companies had exported 270 million yuan ($39.86 million) worth of goods via e-commerce.

Jingang Customs has also taken measures to improve its port business environment and streamline the customs clearance process.

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