ANNOUNCEMENT 16 Dec 2010

On 16 December 2010, the government of China announced its new export taxes for 2011. A total of 340 products (HS Code 8 digit level) are now subject to an export tax. In 2010, only 329 products had been listed.

NUMBER OF INTERVENTIONS

2

  • 1 harmful
  • 0 neutral
  • 1 liberalising

SOURCE



Chinese Ministry of Finance. (2010). Export taxes 2011. Available at http://gss.mof.gov.cn/zhengwuxinxi/zhengcefabu/201012/P020101214580452058878.pdf


Inception date: 01 Jan 2011 | Removal date: open ended
Still in force

Export tax

Products no longer subject to an export tax: -Rare earth chloride Praseodymium oxide (HS 28469030), previously 15 percent

AFFECTED SECTORS

 
Inception date: 01 Jan 2011 | Removal date: open ended
Still in force

Export tax

Changes in the applied export tax (by HS Code): - Rare earth metal Neodymium (HS 28053011), 25 percent up from 15 percent in 2010. Newly added products: - Rare earth, exact name unobtainable (HS 28053014), 25 percent - Rare earth, exact name unobtainable (HS 28053015), 25 percent - Rare earth chloride, unspecified (HS 28469032), 15 percent - Rare earth chloride, unspecified (HS 28469033), 15 percent - Rare earth chloride, unspecified (HS 28469039), 15 percent - Rare earth containing ferroalloys (HS 72029999), 25 percent - Other of copper alloys (HS 74071090), maximum 30 percent, applied 0 percent - Certain aluminum plates (HS 76061191), maximum 20 percent, applied 0 percent - Certain aluminum plates (HS 76061129), maximum 20 percent, applied 0 percent