third party marketers unreliable, without official authorization, overseas purchasing is not reliable, how to do

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jumei.com chairman Chen Ou after frequently questioned fakes storm, known as the "ruling" off the third party platform, heavy marketing "speed duty-free shops", hit 1 billion bet on cross-border electricity supplier, is also a big move.

the United States stressed that "speed overseas purchase" has become a significant business of the company, the main power and growth performance of the company in 2015.

in my opinion, jumei.com on cross-border electricity supplier, in fact the policy risks.

2015, the industry feel that golden age has come, in front of a blue ocean, rush to become a seaman. But do not forget, the entire cross-border electricity supplier industry still depends on the face of the policy to eat.

changes in the circulation of every field of change, will touch some vested interests. For example, the most critical issue of tax.

if all two of us do import business. How about you, customs clearance in accordance with the traditional way of general trade: hangchikengchi to foreign goods to China, then pay value added tax, to do a lot of inspection and quarantine; and jumei.com, holding the "cross-border" brand, take the goods to the bonded area inside the warehouse are Tun together.

with orders, and then a single single delivery, neither to pay value-added tax, but also eliminates the trouble of inspection and quarantine. Are you depressed

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at present, the impact of the bonded mode on the import of general trade is the most direct, but also a great impact.

if the cross-border electricity providers like jumei.com is not a single one delivery, only minor, stakeholders may be able to tolerate a period of time, but if the size is dangerous.

cross-border electricity providers because of such a bond model not only affects the profits between the traditional channels, but also directly affect the import of consumer goods tax system. It is no exaggeration to say that once the liberalization of the bonded mode will subvert the structure of China’s import trade.

because of this, for a long time, relevant policies of cross-border electricity supplier is volatile, in addition to the General Administration of customs and other departments involved in cross-border electricity supplier of the government, such as tax, national quality inspection administration has not issued specific policies. The implementation of the policy is not the same as the major bonded areas.

Jumei.com

seize the overseas purchase, the main direction of burn of warehousing and logistics is the choice of overseas expansion, and even Jiancang mode of the bonded area, has been "burning", always have money to burn, at a loss for the size of the abacus can keep playing, the final is to look at the policy which way the wind is blowing.

rely on policy to eat, you can look at the face of the policy, the policy mind you do not guess. Jumei.com is betting on cross-border electricity is a good step, but it is also a gamble.

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