The hottest UAV was classified as a flying camera

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UAV is classified as a flying camera by the Customs Organization and won the international market pass

(original title: UAV won the international market "pass")

Yang yangteng/economy

in September this year, the 62nd meeting of the World Customs Organization Coordinating System Committee (HSC) made a decision in favor of China's UAV products, classifying UAV as a "flying camera", It has cleared some obstacles for such goods to enter markets such as Europe. The representative products of "made in China" have obtained the international trade "pass"

according to the person in charge of the customs office of Shenzhen customs, in international trade, commodity classification is related to interests. According to the International Convention on harmonized system, the catalogue of harmonized commodity names and codes is widely used in many fields, such as customs tariffs, international trade statistics, rules of origin, international trade negotiations, trade control and so on. It is also known as "the language of international trade". Since joining the Convention in 1992, Chinese customs has actively participated in the formulation of international rules by using technical means. Under the framework of HSC, it has won favorable classification attributes and independent commodity codes for many Chinese advantageous export products

classification disputes have twists and turns

this UAV classification dispute can be described as "twists and turns". UAV is a new high-tech product. At present, countries all over the world lack a unified classification attribute. Therefore, when exporting, due to the inconsistent classification of various countries, it will lead to different regulatory requirements and market access standards, which will cause trouble to the export customs clearance of products

according to the introduction, if unmanned aerial vehicles are classified as "aircraft with cameras", they must be supervised as "aircraft". In this way, the trade control conditions of various countries will be relatively strict, and it is easy to form non-tariff trade barriers, which is not conducive to the entry of Chinese products into foreign markets. However, if unmanned aerial vehicles are classified as "flying cameras", they can be supervised as "cameras". Countries generally have no special trade control requirements for cameras, which is very conducive to the entry of China's high-tech advantageous products into foreign civil markets

at the 61st meeting of HSC in April this year, unmanned aerial vehicles were classified as "aircraft with cameras" by one vote, which was detrimental to China's advantageous industries. The Chinese Customs Representative made full use of the rules and made a tentative conclusion of "reservations" on this, which was left for discussion again in September, which bought us valuable time

Shenzhen Customs learned the situation, immediately went deep into the enterprise research, and under the guidance of the tariff Department of the General Administration of customs, cooperated with the experts of the national customs import and export commodity classification Shanghai center and Guangzhou sub center to guide relevant enterprises in Shenzhen to sort out the complaint materials and formulate the response plan

at the same time, the Chinese customs representatives communicated with the secretary group of the World Customs Organization meeting to win the opportunity for enterprises to send personnel to attend the September meeting and make on-site presentations. At the 62nd meeting of HSC held in September, Chinese customs experts argued hard and led the right direction of discussion. During the meeting, we communicated repeatedly with the representatives of major member states, and finally passed the classification resolution of "flying cameras" such as the destructive experiment of parts change. According to our opinion, we successfully classified UAVs into the category of "cameras" 8525, which removed some obstacles for such products to enter European and other markets

pave the way for "going global"

this is impossible to weigh. After striving for the "passenger boarding bridge" for Shenzhen enterprises to add an independent tariff number under the coordination system and achieving the first historical breakthrough of China Customs, Shenzhen Customs has once again used classification technical means and international rules to actively participate in the Chinese issue of HSC, so as to extend the service life, and produce 3 for China's innovative technological advantages During the experiment, the operator paved the way for "going out" in addition to touching the tuning and voltage regulating insulation knob

Shenzhen Customs said that in the next step, it will continue to go deep into the enterprise industry to understand the classification needs in combination with the research work of tax administration and tax rules, so as to make due contributions to the blooming of more Chinese goods on the international trade stage. Luzhihui, chairman of Shenzhen COBIT Aviation Technology Co., Ltd., said that this is a major benefit for enterprises to expand the international market

Shenzhen is called "the capital of drones" by drone enthusiasts all over the world. Now, there are more than 2000 enterprises in the drone industry. In 2017, the annual output value of the whole industry reached 30billion yuan, accounting for more than 70% of the global civil UAV market

Lu Zhihui introduced that CorBit released 27 products in September this year, aiming to become a "sharing platform for the UAV industry". So far, more than 500 enterprises and developer teams at home and abroad have signed up to join the industrial UAV ecological chain

source of this article: Economy: Wang Fengzhi_ nt2541

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