During the transportation, entering the port, and customs declaration, at which point can the goods be regarded as real imports or exports? How is its time of entry and exit statistics? Time statistics of customs import and export goods According to the relevant regulations of the customs, the statistical time of import goods trade is subject to the date of customs clearance, and the statistical time of export goods trade is subject to the customs clearance date. The statistical time is after the declaration date and the import / export date, so it may occur across months or annual statistical phenomenon. The date of release of imported goods means that the customs accepts the declaration of imported goods, examines the electronic data declaration form and paper declaration form and accompanying documents, inspects the goods, collects taxes and charges, and makes the on-site supervision decision of the customs to end the imported goods. The date of the goods leaving the customs supervision site; the customs clearance date of the export goods refers to the customs review and confirmation of the actual departure of the transport vehicle carrying the export goods, the customs writes off the manifest data, the customs clearance department on the spot completes the customs clearance operation, and sets the customs clearance sign date. Secondly, what are the trade methods for goods trade that actually enters and exits China's first-line borders during customs declaration or filing and causes changes in China's material resource inventory, that is, Is goods trade included in customs statistics? The trade method of Customs statistics The import and export goods included in the customs statistics are grouped on the basis of customs supervision, and there are 19 types below. Including: 1. General trade; 2. Free aid and materials donated between countries or international organizations; 3. Donation of materials; 4. Compensation trade; 5. Processing and assembly trade of supplied materials; 6. Processing trade of imported materials; 7. Consignment and consignment trade; 8. Small-scale border trade; 9. Imported equipment for processing trade; 10. Export of goods from contracted projects; 11. Leasing trade; 12.Equipment or articles imported by foreign-invested enterprises as investment; 13. Discharging processing trade; 14. Barter trade; 15. Duty-free foreign exchange commodities; 16. Bonded warehouse for inbound and outbound warehousing and transit goods; 17. Goods entering and leaving the bonded area for warehousing and re-export; 18. Import equipment in export processing zones; 19. Others. In addition, other trade methods are regarded as single statistics, not included in the scope of trade statistics.