Xiamen Haicang Free Trade Port Area
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- Implementing the Xiamen port of departure tax rebate policy, promote the release of a cross-straits shipping index by the Xiamen Shipping Exchange.
- Supporting the construction of the Xiamen Shipping Exchange.
- Supporting the establishment of large-size shipping enterprises based in the Xiamen homeport.
- Attracting internationally-renowned shipping agency companies and large-size ship management companies to establish businesses or branches in Xiamen.
- Supporting Xiamen in building the global first-choice store sourcing platform and international petroleum spot trading platform.
- Supporting Xiamen’s efforts in developing modern shipping finance service industry.
- Giving policy support and financial support to Xiamen Port’s efforts in developing shipping finance, insurance, leasing, shipping settlement and logistics supplies.
- Supporting the expansion of the container business. The central role of Xiamen Port in the provincial port layout should be highlighted, leading the moderately-concentrated and orderly development of provincial foreign trade containers, and giving priority berth and concessional port charges to foreign trade feeder vessels arriving and departing Xiamen Port by the ports in the province. Offer freight subsidies to containers entering and exiting Xiamen from other provinces.
- Supporting Xiamen registered cruise liner companies and attracting international cruise liner companies to establish their regional headquarters in Xiamen and regularly operate Xiamen homeport cruise routes.
- Export tariff exemption for goods exported from the Bonded Port Zone.
- Tax rebate for domestic goods entering the Bonded Port Zone in accordance with the national export tax rebate regulations upon handling export declaration formalities with Customs.
- No import or export related tax on goods in the Bonded Port Zone moved to other special customs regulatory zones or bonded regulatory zones.
- No added-value tax or consumption tax on goods traded among enterprises in the Bonded Port Zone.
- No added-value tax or consumption tax on goods manufactured by enterprises in the Bonded Port Zone to be sold within the Bonded Port Zone or transported overseas.
- Customs adopts the filing system to manage the import and export goods between the Bonded Port Zone and overseas. The filing, customs declaration, inspection, releases and verification formalities of goods can all be handled within the Bonded Port Zone.
- The enterprises of the Bonded Port Zone can utilize centralized declaration procedures with Customs.
- Customs implements bonded regulation on the goods exchanged between the Bonded Port Zone and other special customs regulatory regions or regulatory areas in the bonded zones.
- There is no storage time limit for bonded goods stored in the Zone. However, goods of the enterprises within the Bonded Port Zone stored over 2 years shall be filed with Customs every year.
- The goods within the Bonded Port Zone can be freely circulated.
- There is no import and export license management for goods entering and exiting the Bonded Port Zone and overseas.
- Dangerous goods declared by enterprises with a high credit rating may be deemed as inland direct loaded goods. Generally speaking, out-of-box audit is unnecessary.