China will adjust export tariffs on เกมสล็อต roma ทดลองเล่นฟรี some steel products as part of its efforts to drive upgrading and transformation of the industry.
From 1 August onwards China will raise export tariffs on ferrochrome and high-purity pig iron to 40% and 20% respectively, according to a circular issued by the State Council's Customs Committee.
The previous rates for product exports were 20 percent and 15 percent, respectively, since May 1.The decision aims to drive industrial upgrading and high-quality development in the steel sector.
In addition, on Thursday, the Ministry of Finance and the state tax authority jointly announced that China would lift export tariffs on 23 types of steel products from August 1.
The specific processing time is based on the export date specified on the Export Declaration Form. According to the ministry's online statement