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Specifically, for garment businesses, when the import-export record keeping process is more complex, it leads to inaccuracies and errors in building data for customs settlement reports. Most businesses do not fully understand the importance of customs settlement reports and do not recognize risks arising from inaccurate reporting due to inconsistent information management between warehouses, accounting and import-export departments; do not fully understand guidelines, definitions of expenses and information required to be filled in customs settlement reports leading to inaccurate information reporting...
Through actual assessment in interaction and discussion processes, currently businesses conducting annual customs settlement according to fiscal year often encounter some typical errors when reporting to the system, if businesses do not know how to resolve them will lead to confusion in reporting, affecting customs settlement report results.
Commodity codes are self assigned and managed by businesses, these are codes that have been reported to customs catalogs and submitted in import-export declarations. This is the first step in customs settlement report process but easily overlooked due to declarant carelessness.
After filling in all information in the system but declarant does not click "Declare customs settlement on system". Therefore, the declaration still exists and business cannot complete customs settlement report process.
Due to production and business nature as well as standards, no discrepancy occurring between actual inventory at the business and inventory according to customs declarations for all import-export codes is difficult. Actual inventory remaining at warehouse may be higher or lower than records, documents according to customs for reasons such as:
QUESTION FROM BUSINESS, ANSWER FROM CUSTOMS