Customs revenue in 2021 exceeded 2 trillion yuan for the first time

2022-05-15 0 By

Xinhua News Agency Beijing, February 2 (Xinhua) — China’s customs revenue in 2021 reached 2012.6 billion yuan, up 17.7% year on year, breaking 2 trillion yuan for the first time, according to the General Administration of Customs.According to the introduction, in 2021, the national customs deepened the reform of tax collection and administration, introduced enterprise-oriented tax guarantee, optimized tariff guarantee insurance, consolidated tax collection, self-reporting and self-payment, guided enterprises to self-reporting in compliance and self-discipline, deepened comprehensive tax administration, and exceeded the tax budget target.The reporters also learned that in December 2021, the customs clearance time of China’s imports and exports was 32.97 hours and 1.23 hours respectively, 66.14 percent and 89.98 percent less than that of 2017, successfully fulfilling the targets set by The State Council.Thanks to the efforts of all parties, the total value of China’s trade in goods in 2021 was 39.1 trillion yuan, up 21.4 percent.In us dollar terms, it reached a record high of us $6.05 trillion, surpassing us $5 trillion and US $6 trillion.This year’s increase in foreign trade reached 1.4 trillion US dollars, equivalent to the size of the whole of 2005.Review of coordinating editor: an-qi liu | : li zhen | director: jun-wei wan (source: Xinhua News Agency)