The national development and Reform Commission and other seven departments further clean up and standardize the charges at sea ports
According to the national development and Reform Commission, seven departments, including the national development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of communications and the General Administration of customs, have recently jointly issued the action plan on clearing and standardizing maritime port charges to comprehensively deploy the work of clearing and standardizing maritime port charges.
The action plan defines the work tasks from nine aspects, including: further improving the port charging policy, establishing the cost supervision and investigation system of maritime port charges, standardizing and guiding the charging behavior of shipping companies, strengthening the supervision of freight forwarding charges, standardizing the charges of storage yards outside the port, improving the charging list system, further deepening the reform of release and management services, carrying out pilot projects for simplifying the charging mode, and Strengthen supervision and inspection.
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