Companies who want to do business of trading goods with other countries must be familiar with those countries’ trade regulation laws. Import laws are very important because they are the government’s trade regulations that’s have been passed to prevent from other countries in dumping their products on another country. Despite a lot of multilateral agreements, China has a different set of import law which originates from its former set of policies. Having knowledge and familiarity with China’s import laws can be a plus for your business.
China has been a member of the World Trade Organization for a number of years which makes it a good country to exchange goods with. China is one of the world’s, in fact, the world’s top exporter raking in a lot of revenue. The recent global recession affected China in a positive way because it strengthened its trade regulation laws, and making it accessible to the world market. According to the China Daily, it reported that China implements a strict quality control over its import and exports.
China Import Law covers a myriad of topics such as protectionism, technical regulations, import restrictions and intellectual property rights. China is infamously known for imitation, piracy and violation of intellectual property rights but it is currently trying to rectify this reputation by improving regulations in that area. There are a lot of online sources available when it comes to China’s trade laws and other substantial information, for instance the WTO and APEC websites.
There are online books available that discusses different kinds of law, such as Custom’s Law, Maritime Code, Import and Export Commodity Inspection Laws, Regulations of Customs of PROC, Administrative Punishment under Custom’s Law, Arbitration Rules from Maritime Arbitration Commission and a whole lot of other subjects. The books can be ordered online and immediately shipped within 24 hours. There are also multiple sources if information like our site which can give you a complete walk through on China’s import laws.