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Analysis of the Impact of the New Tax Reform on Cross-Border E-Commerce Retail Import Enterprises

Haohao Yue


In order to regulate the development of the cross-border e-commerce industry, the State General Administration of Customs and the State Administration of Taxation issued a new policy on April 8, 2016 to abolish the provisions of cross-border e-commerce items based on postal tax, and uniformly pay customs duties and value-added value based on imported goods, tax and consumption tax. This also means that the state has gradually begun to shift from the principle of encouragement and promotion to the standardization and promotion of the cross-border e-commerce industry. Based on this, this article elaborates on the impact and countermeasures of the new tax reform on cross-border e-commerce retail import companies.


New Tax Reform; Cross-Border E-Commerce Retail Import Enterprises; Impact; Countermeasures

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/fm.v5i4.2601