Letter on the invitation to participate in the Symposium on Quality Control of Imported Food and Cosmetics for Cross-border E-Commerce
Recently, the State Council approved 12 cities including Tianjin and Shanghai to set up a cross-border e-commerce comprehensive pilot zone, focusing on technical standards, business processes, regulatory models and informatization construction of cross-border e-commerce business-to-business (B2B)-related links. Let's try first. Rapidly growing cross-border e-commerce has become the focus of attention, but the explosive growth of cross-border e-commerce has brought biosecurity risks and product quality and safety risks.
In order to promote the development of cross-border e-commerce in China, cross-border e-commerce enterprises will adapt to the changes in China's foreign trade development mode and improve their ability to correctly understand and apply relevant laws, regulations and policies. Based on the successful cross-border e-commerce quality control and inspection and quarantine policy seminar in Zhengzhou in August 2015, I will decide on the various problems encountered by cross-border e-commerce in the process of importing food and cosmetics. On June 24-25, Shanghai Everbright International Hotel held a seminar on “Quality Control of Cross-border E-Commerce Imported Food and Cosmetics”. The specific issues are as follows:
First, time and place
Time: Reported at 3:30 pm on March 23
Venue: Shanghai Everbright International Hotel (Address: 66 Caobao Road, Xuhui District, Tel: 021-66482500)
Second, the meeting content
1. Interpretation of the new "Food Safety Law" and its implementation rules (Import and Export Food Management)
2. Analysis of relevant policies on import food supervision mode under the new format of cross-border e-commerce
3. Imported food and cosmetics label management requirements and case analysis
4. Interpretation of the "Measures for the Supervision and Administration of Inspection and Quarantine in Bonded Areas" and the requirements for the filing of food warehouses in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone.
5. Shanghai Bureau's management requirements for cross-border e-commerce of fresh food
6. Customs is building a regulatory model that meets the development of cross-border e-commerce and current work ideas and overall plans.
7. Imported food exporters and agents filing system and new requirements for domestic consignee filing system
8. Supervision and service of Zhejiang Bureau to China (Hangzhou) Cross-border E-commerce Comprehensive Experimental Zone
9. The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine establishes an inspection and quarantine supervision mode that meets the development of cross-border e-commerce, as well as current work ideas and overall plans.
10. How to improve the efficiency of imported food supply chain
11, warehousing, key nodes of the cross-border trade supply chain