HS code: 11029029

Other rice flour(in-quota)


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Cross-border e-Commerce Landed Cost Calculator

  • Step 1. Confirm the HS code and Goods name:
  • China Tariff and Tax on HS code: 11029029 for Cross-border E-commerce
    Article English Name Other rice flour(in-quota)
    Article Chinese Name 其他大米细粉;

  • Step 2. Choose Applicable Tariff and Tax:
  • Import Tariff & Tax Item Rate Applicable Rate Note
    Import Duty 0.0% If Goods CIF value exceed ¥5,000 RMB (About $700 USD),then can't be imported via Cross-border e-Commerce way, need via the General trade way;
    Import Consumption Tax  0.0%
    Import VAT 6.3%
  • Step 3.Input Country of Origin, Applicable Duty Rate and Goods CIF Value (USD):
  •  Country of Origin:

    Duty Rate is depend on Country of Origin; Auto default from USA export to China
    Applicable Duty Rate: If Goods CIF value exceed ¥5,000 RMB (About $700 USD),then can't be imported via Cross-border e-Commerce way, need via the General trade way;
    Goods CIF Value: USD CIF Value is the China Customs Benchmark tariffing value of your imported goods , Include cost of Freight and insurance; Auto default $100.00, You can input your actually CIF value manually for Landed Cost calclation.
  • Step 4. Goods Import to China Tariff and Taxes Calculation Result (USD):
  • Tariff & Tax Item Rates Tariff Amount (USD) Tariff Calculating Formula
    Import DUTY 0.00% $ 0.00 Custom Duty=CIF * Import DUTY Rate%; Auto Default Most-favored Nation (MFN) DUTY,
    Consumption Tax  0.00% $ 0.00 Consumption Tax= [(CIF + Customs DUTY) /(1-Consumption Tax Rat%)] * Consumption Tax Rate%
    Import VAT 6.30% $ 63.00 E_VAT=(CIF+DUTY+Consumption Tax) * VAT Rate%
    Total Tariff 6.30% $ 63.00 This is total Tariff that need to be paid to china customs, but not include the CIQ inspection & quarantine charge and Port Dock cost.

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    Risky Food Export to China Process
    In China, the imported food is divided into 4 risk levels from low to high : A, B, C, D ; Different levels of supervision are adopted for foods with different risk levels;

    The medium to high risky imported food categories include:Meat products, aquatic products, dairy products, sausage casings, bird nest products, bee products, egg products, edible oils and fats, oilseeds, stuffed wheaten products, edible grains, milled grain industry products and malt, fresh and dehydrated vegetables and dried beans, condiments, nuts and seeds, dried fruits, unroasted coffee beans and cocoa beans, foods for special dietary purposes, and health foods, Animal feed etc.









    In addition to the above-mentioned general food import procedures, the risky imported food also need to go through other government procedures of Manufacturer Registration / Certifcation, Pre-market approval of the product etc.
    The common China's government departments include :
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