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General Administration of Customs: no longer issue GSP certificates of origin for goods sent to these countries

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General Administration of Customs: no longer issue GSP certificates of origin for goods sent to these countries

  Announcement No.84, 2021 of the General Administration of Customs   According to the "Generalized System of Preferences of the People's Republic of China Certificate of Origin Visa Management Measures", the General Administration of Customs decided that since December 1, 2021, the Customs will no longer issue GSP certificates of origin for goods sent to EU member states, the United Kingdom, Canada, Turkey, Ukraine and Liechtenstein, and other countries that no longer give preferential tariff treatment to China under the Generalized System of Preferences.The consignor of goods to the above countries need to prove the origin documents, you can apply...

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OUTBURST! A CONTAINER SHIP OWNED BY MSC WAS ATTACKED BY ARMED GROUPS IN THE GULF OF GUINEA

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OUTBURST! A CONTAINER SHIP OWNED BY MSC WAS ATTACKED BY ARMED GROUPS IN THE GULF OF GUINEA

01 According to foreign media reports, on October 25, a container ship owned by MSC Lucia was attacked and boarded by unknown armed men at SW Agbami terminal in the Gulf of Guinea. According to Mike, the ship docked at the port of San Pedro in C?te d'Ivoire last week and then crossed into Lome, Togo, on 22 October, leaving Lome on the morning of 24 October and crossing the Gulf of Guinea in a south-easterly direction. At around 0900 GMT on the 25th, the MSC Lucia slowed down from section 14 to a stop about 150 nautical miles north-west...

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Disinformation? "The U.S. retail industry has restarted restrictions on the purchase of daily necessities, and the Federal Reserve is deeply concerned about the "inflation crisis"...

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Disinformation? "The U.S. retail industry has restarted restrictions on the purchase of daily necessities, and the Federal Reserve is deeply concerned about the "inflation crisis"...

According to several foreign media reports, the shelves of Costco, the largest membership-based warehouse chain in the United States, are empty again, and even began to limit the number of toilet paper purchases to relieve supply pressure (shelves empty! Millions of dollars of goods stranded in Chinese warehouses and ports, what is the reason behind the "supply crisis"? This time, it's not a panic rush caused by the new epidemic, but a supply chain crisis and soaring logistics costs. And Costo is not alone, as Target, Home Depot and Sears are all experiencing shortages on their shelves.     01...

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Another Inflation Alert? High freight rates expected to continue, container shipowners bullish on 2022 boom

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Another Inflation Alert? High freight rates expected to continue, container shipowners bullish on 2022 boom

  As global demand for commodities and freight surges, demand for container ships is at an all-time high, and freight rates continue to be high, executives at companies that lease vessels to ocean carriers don't expect this boom in the market to end anytime soon. Instead, their optimism could be another sign of inflation.As the epidemic disrupted global supply chains, many ports around the world became congested, causing transportation costs to soar. According to data from Kuehne+Nagel, one of the world's largest freight forwarders, there are now 584 container ships stranded outside ports around the world, a number that has...

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Revolutionizing indirect procurement for the 2020s

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To overcome the challenges, companies need a new vision for indirect procurement that combines cutting-edge tools and practices, as well as traditional approaches to category management, to address fundamental issues relating to processes, capabilities, and data. Using this coordinated, technology-enabled approach, global companies are already achieving marked improvements that allow them to capture the untapped value of indirect procurement.

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