To deal with the epidemic and stabilize foreign trade, China has implemented its import and export policies
Actively promote paperless process, optimize export tax refund (exemption) services, increase credit support, issue force majeure certificate of fact, implement more preferential import tax policies... Recently, relevant departments have introduced a number of targeted policies and measures to help enterprises create a good business environment and facilitate foreign trade imports and exports. Experts pointed out that the outbreak of the new coronary pneumonia may cause a short-term impact on China's foreign trade, but it is unlikely to constitute a trend of impact. In particular, with the introduction and implementation of a series of targeted policies and measures, foreign trade imports and exports will receive more powerful support.
To reduce the burden of small and medium-sized foreign trade enterprises - lower rates, provide financing, subsidies, foreign trade enterprises are rapidly restoring capacity
Expanding imports to aid epidemic prevention -- expanding the scope of duty-free imports of epidemic prevention materials, and providing convenient and efficient customs clearance services through the "green channel"
China's foreign trade remains resilient -- it may decline somewhat in the short term due to the outbreak, but it will not be a trend