Posts Tagged ‘import’

U.S. Government Extends ZTE’s Temporary Export License

The United States Department of Commerce has reportedly agreed to extend ZTE’s temporary export license to March 29, 2017, allowing …


China’s Cross-border E-commerce Scale Up 30% During H1 2016

Over the first half of 2016, China’s cross-border e-commerce businesses achieved explosive growth despite the weak economic trends and it …


China Lowers Import Tax For IT Products

According to the Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council of China, starting from January 27, 2011, the import tax of some information technology products, including computers and video camcorders, has been lowered from 20% to 10%. This means the tax of some popular imported products like Apple’s iPad will be decreased from the previous […]


Number Four: Alibaba Opens Operations In Taiwan

Chinese e-commerce website Alibaba.com says this week it opened an office in Taipei, its fourth office outside mainland China.


Potevio To Set Up TD-SCDMA Network In Italy

The Chinese invented noodles and then exported them to Italy, and now Italy has one more thing to add to its list of Chinese imports: TD-SCDMA.


SoftBank Includes 10,000 Chinese Companies In Its Supplier List

According to Japanese media, SoftBank has included 10,000 Chinese companies in its supplier list to expand the e-commerce of the office supplies sector of its subsidiary.