Posted on 07 January 2020

3% import tax for power electronics modules to China


Based on a recent publication (in Chinese) released on the 16th of December 2013, it seems that the Chinese government has introduced to its tariff policies a 3% customs duty for importing power electronics modules into China.

There is a general tariff of 10% applied, e.g. on drivers, and a temporary, or provisional, tariff for power modules. The provisional tariff on power modules used to be 0% and is now 3%.

This change in Chinese tariff policy could have a great impact on power module manufacturers, particularly for those with production facilities outside of China.

Please confirm for yourself the validity of this information. PowerGuru cannot be held responsible for interpreting this information in Chinese.

Anyone with additional information regarding this topic is encouraged to share their insights in the comment section below.


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