From November 19, the printing reform of the "Customs-Specific Payments" was fully promoted at the Lhasa Customs, southwest China's Tibet, which marks the paperless reform for customs clearances.
"In the past, our company needed to arrange a special person to collect the tax bill from customs and subsequently file it. Now, we can print it in our office. This is very convenient for our business. We can complete the import/export declarations, tax payments, and customs tax receipts print and file in our office, which has greatly liberated our human resources," said the head of customs affairs of the Zhongxing Foreign Trade Import and Export Co., Ltd. in Tibet.
Editor: Tommy Tan.