根據大船期數據顯示， 該輪服務于馬士基ZP9航線，曾掛靠高雄、廈門、鹽田、寧波和上海等港口。除了ZIM，共艙的船公司還有ALIAN?A、GOLD STAR LINE、HAMBURG SüD、MAERSK、MCC。
受認可的疫苗包括莫德納（Moderna）、輝瑞/BNT、強生（Johnson & Johnson）、阿斯利康（AstraZeneca）、印度版AZ疫苗Covishield、中國國藥和中國科興疫苗。
2021年10月22日，摩洛哥工業、貿易、綠色與數字經濟部發布第DDC/35/2021號公告，對原產于或進口自中國、埃及、約旦的機織地毯及其他紡織地面覆蓋物（法語：le tapis et autres revêtements de sol enmatières textiles à fabricationmécanique, qu’il soit noué, tissé, touffeté etfloqué ou non, en feutre ou autres, confectionné ou non）作出反傾銷肯定性初裁，初步裁定對中國、埃及和約旦的涉案產品征收臨時反傾銷稅，其中，中國稅率為144%、埃及為13%、約旦為9%。
The most unlucky container ship on the US line fell into the sea and caught fire again
On October 22, when the container ship Zim Kingston was about to arrive at Vancouver Port, Canada, the ship encountered bad weather in the west of Juan de FUCA Strait, which caused the hull to tilt to one side and the container on that side fell into the water; The stacking of containers on deck collapsed.
To make matters worse, at about 11 a.m. Canadian Pacific time on October 23, there was a fire on the ship again! Ten containers caught fire, the fire continued to spread, and toxic gases were being released. The crew, including the captain, have been advised by the Canadian authorities to abandon the ship.
According to the latest statistics, a total of 106 containers fell into the sea in Zim Kingston.
The items in the falling container include Christmas decorations, sofas, poker tables, metal car parts, clothing, toys, yoga mats, vertical paddles and industrial parts. The Canadian Coast Guard said that due to the air holes on the containers, it is easy to sink after falling into the water. It is expected that many containers have sunk or are sinking. At present, there is no hope of being salvaged.
According to the large ship schedule data, the ship served the Maersk ZP9 route and had been attached to Kaohsiung, Xiamen, Yantian, Ningbo and Shanghai. In addition to Zim, the shipping companies with shared space include Alan ? a, gold star line, Hamburg s ü D, Maersk and MCC.
Judging from the current situation, the ship has a high probability of declaring general average. Please contact the freight forwarder and insurance company immediately!
Small, medium-sized and micro enterprises in the manufacturing industry can defer tax payment from November
The executive meeting of the State Council held on October 27 deployed phased tax deferment measures for small, medium-sized and micro enterprises in the manufacturing industry to further strengthen the rescue of enterprises. The tax relief will be implemented from November 1 this year to the end of the declaration period in January next year. It is expected to delay the tax for small, medium-sized and micro enterprises in the manufacturing industry by about 200 billion yuan.
The meeting decided to implement phased tax deferment for the enterprise income tax and domestic value-added tax, domestic consumption tax and urban construction and maintenance tax attached to manufacturing small, medium and micro enterprises in the fourth quarter of this year, as well as the individual income tax paid by individual industrial and commercial households, sole proprietorship and partnership enterprises (excluding the individual income tax withheld and paid by them).
For small and micro manufacturing enterprises (including individual industrial and commercial households) with an annual sales revenue of less than 20 million yuan, the tax realized shall be postponed;
For medium-sized manufacturing enterprises with an annual sales revenue of 20 million yuan to 400 million yuan, the tax shall be deferred by 50%, and enterprises with special difficulties may apply for full tax deferral according to law.
In addition, in order to alleviate the operating difficulties of coal-fired power and heating enterprises, the tax payment realized in the fourth quarter of this year is postponed, and the total amount of tax relief is expected to be about 17 billion yuan. The maximum extension of the above tax deferment measures is 3 months.
The United States lifted travel restrictions on 33 countries including China from November 8
US President Biden signed an executive order on October 25 local time to lift strict travel restrictions on China, India, South Africa, Brazil and most parts of Europe. The new policy will take effect on November 8.
The new policy requires almost all foreign tourists to be vaccinated before going to the United States. Airlines will be required to check the vaccination status of passengers before boarding. The airline must confirm that the passenger's vaccination certificate is an official certificate, and the completion date of vaccination must be at least two weeks before boarding. Any vaccine approved by U.S. health regulators will be accepted.
Approved vaccines include Moderna, Pfizer / BNT, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca, Indian AZ vaccine covishield, Sinopharm and China Kexing vaccine.
The special travel restrictions in the United States were first implemented in early 2020 to curb COVID-19's spread, including non US citizens from 33 countries (Britain, Brazil, China, India, Iran, Ireland, South Africa and 26 European Schengen countries) who were prohibited from entering the United States during the epidemic. The lifting of the ban marks the end of the strict restrictions on passengers since the beginning of last year.
The Turkish Lira fell to an all-time low
On October 26 local time, the Turkish Lira depreciated by more than 2% against the US dollar for three consecutive days. This year, the Turkish Lira has fallen 23% against the US dollar, becoming the worst performing currency in emerging markets.
Turkey's economy has been affected by inflation and exchange rate fluctuations of 20% a year. The devaluation of the lira comes as price pressures have led to a surge in the cost of living for Turks. The monthly income of most ordinary families in Turkey is 3000-4000 lira. Locals say that everyone around them is afraid to spend money, and those who hold us dollars will not easily convert them into lira. Ordinary people's daily shopping is also affected, reducing their daily expenses.
Please note that when a country's local currency depreciates rapidly and sharply, the import cost will rise sharply, and some unscrupulous buyers may take the opportunity to delay the payment for goods. Currently exported to Turkey, please pay attention to controlling the buyer's payment bottom line!
Morocco has made a preliminary anti-dumping ruling on woven carpets and other textile floor coverings
On October 22, 2021, the Ministry of industry, trade, green and digital economy of Morocco issued announcement No. DDC / 35 / 2021 on woven carpets and other textile floor coverings originating or imported from China, Egypt and Jordan (French: Le Tapis et Autres Rev ê tements de sol enmati è res textiles à fabrictionm é canique, qu'il soit nou é, TISS é, touffet é etfloqu é Ou non, en Feutre ou Autres, confictionn é Ou non) A preliminary affirmative anti-dumping determination was made and a preliminary ruling was made to impose temporary anti-dumping duties on the products involved in China, Egypt and Jordan, of which the tax rate in China was 144%, Egypt was 13% and Jordan was 9%.
The dumping investigation period of this case is from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020. The products involved include woven carpets and other textile floor coverings, whether knotted or wound, whether tufted, felt or other, whether made or not. See here for the specific tax number:
Korea imposes anti-dumping duties on stainless steel coils
China's Chinese mainland Ministry of finance has issued a 865th order for 3 years since September 15th. China has been collecting anti-dumping duties of 8 years, which is less than 3 mm thick, which is originally from mainland China, Indonesia and Taiwan, China. The Chinese mainland has 23.69%-25.82% and Taiwan of China.
See here for specific tax number:
Uzbekistan implements zero tariff on 82 imported raw materials and semi-finished products
According to the recent news of Uzbekistan newspaper network, Uzbek President mirziyev signed the presidential decree on several measures to further expand the production of competitive products, which decided to implement zero tariff on 82 kinds of imported raw materials and semi-finished products by January 1, 2024.
Raw materials and semi-finished products exempted from import duties include: castor oil, asbestos, sodium hydroxide (caustic soda), dyes, artificial fur, artificial wax, paper and paperboard, cotton fabric, flax fiber fabric, batteries, speakers, etc., with a total of 82 kinds. The list of relevant products and customs codes have been published on the official website of Ukrainian legal database.
Previously, the Ukrainian government issued a cabinet order on October 7, deciding to exempt the import of bananas, apples, pineapples, guava and other fruits from tariffs before May 1, 2022.
Argentina's inflation burst and plans to freeze the prices of 1432 kinds of daily necessities
Under the unrestricted printing of money by the central bank, Argentina's CPI index has broken through the 50% mark for four consecutive months, with a year-on-year increase of 52.5% in September. This means that all walks of life in Argentina are frantically raising prices, and its local currency peso is also falling sharply, depreciating by 17% against the US dollar.
According to the latest news on October 20, in order to curb the inflation of continuous table explosion, Argentina announced that it would freeze the prices of 1432 kinds of daily necessities common in supermarkets. Before January 7, 2022, the original prices of 1432 kinds of commodities on the list must be maintained and can not be increased.
German fashion retailers face delivery bottlenecks
On Christmas Eve, textile, shoes and leather goods in the German market have been sold out, and businesses are facing the dilemma of delivery bottleneck. According to the survey, almost all enterprises are waiting for specific items. At present, a quarter of textile, shoes and leather products retailers say that the shortage rate of goods in autumn and winter is even between 20% and 40%.
Axel Augustin, spokesman of the German Textile Trade Association (BTE), said that the impact of delivery bottlenecks on low-cost products is particularly serious, because these products are mainly produced and manufactured in the Far East.
According to the BTE questionnaire survey, only 5% of the companies said that there was no shortage or delay in delivery of goods in autumn and winter. About 30% of the enterprises surveyed said that the highest proportion of shortage or delay in delivery of goods was no more than 10%. Another 40% said that many goods ordered a few months ago have not arrived yet, accounting for about 20%.
Many enterprises suffered serious sales losses, and more than a quarter of them even lost double-digit percentages. Nearly half of the companies' sales fell by up to 10%. Only a quarter of retailers did not lose any money because customers switched to other products.
However, BTE said that compared with the price increases in other industries, the current trade prices of textiles, shoes and leather products are still stable. Among more than half of the companies, the current sales prices of autumn and winter commodities have not or almost have not increased significantly. 40% said that the current price increase of commodity series is about 10% to 30%. Another 10% will increase the current prices of autumn and winter commodities by more than 30%.
The number of bankruptcies in South Africa has increased significantly
According to the latest data of Statistics South Africa, in the three months up to July, the number of bankruptcies of South African enterprises increased by 129.7% year-on-year, including 157.7% year-on-year increase in July; in the three months up to August, the number of liquidation of South African enterprises decreased by 16.8% year-on-year, including 27.6% year-on-year decrease in August.
However, the number of South African enterprises liquidated in the first eight months of this year increased by 12.1% compared with the same period last year. The business categories with the largest number of South African enterprises liquidated in the first five months of this year include finance, insurance, real estate and commercial service industries (427); trade, catering and accommodation industries (286) and community service industries (106).
Since November, tourists from 46 countries and regions can enter Thailand without isolation
The Thai government announced on the evening of the 21st local time that tourists from 46 countries and regions who have completed the new crown vaccination and entered Thailand by plane can be exempted from compulsory isolation from November 1.
The Ministry of foreign affairs of Thailand released the list of 46 low-risk countries and regions on the same day, including China, Malaysia, Cambodia, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, the United States, the United Kingdom, Spain, France, Germany, Australia, etc.
Tourists from these low-risk countries and regions recognized by the Thai government must complete vaccination for 14 days before boarding, hold a negative nucleic acid test certificate and medical insurance with an insured amount of US $50000, and conduct a nucleic acid test after entering the country. After confirming that the test result is negative, they can avoid isolation and move freely in Thailand.
The certificate of origin will no longer issue GSP certificates to these exporting countries from December
According to the latest announcement of the General Administration of Customs:
In accordance with the measures of the people's Republic of China for the administration of GSP certificate of origin visas, the General Administration of Customs has decided that from December 1, 2021, the customs will no longer issue GSP certificate of origin for goods exported to EU Member States, Britain, Canada, Turkey, Ukraine, Liechtenstein and other countries that no longer give China GSP preferential tariff treatment.
If the consignor of goods exported to the above-mentioned countries needs a certificate of origin, he may apply for a non preferential certificate of origin.
In recent years, with the steady development of China's economy and the gradual improvement of China's international trade status, more and more countries and regions have announced the "graduation" of China's GSP.
Regulations on self inspection management of medical device registration issued and implemented
On October 21, 2021, the State Drug Administration issued announcement No. 126 of 2021, as follows:
In order to strengthen the registration management of medical devices, standardize the registration self inspection of registration applicants and ensure the orderly development of the registration and inspection of medical devices, according to the regulations on the supervision and administration of medical devices (Order No. 739 of the State Council), the administrative measures for the registration and filing of medical devices (Order No. 47 of the State Administration of market supervision) and the administrative measures for the registration and filing of in vitro diagnostic reagents (Order No. 48 of the State Administration of market supervision), the State Drug Administration has organized and formulated the provisions on the administration of self inspection of medical device registration, which is hereby promulgated and shall enter into force as of the date of promulgation.