Legal and compliant fair competition will become the general trend of the development of Chinese cross-border e-commerce sellers in the future. Not only Sweden, I believe that other EU countries will also introduce various new policies one after another. Only by taking precautions can we go further. At present, there is no particularly effective way to deal with this policy change. Sharing the information learned by Chenfei may not be effective, and it is only for your reference. First, open SF International’s bonded overseas warehouse in Estonia, Eastern.
Europe; SF International and Estonia Post signed a cooperation agreement as early as 2015, and established a bonded warehouse in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, to meet China's cross-border e-commerce sales to Northeast European countries. From a geographical point of view, Estonia is located on the Baltic Sea, and mobile number list the capital Tallinn faces Sweden across the sea, only 300 kilometers away, which has certain advantages in terms of timeliness. At the same time, Estonia and Sweden are both EU member states. According to Sweden's postal policy, goods between EU member states will be exempted from tariffs. Second, apply for Estonian e-residency Apply for registration to obtain Estonian e-resident status.
legally and compliantly register a company in an EU member state, handle VAT, and enter overseas warehouses in EU countries through traditional foreign trade methods. Some time ago, I published " Cross-border e-commerce sellers cleverly deal with the EU VAT new policy Estonian e-resident plan to help expand the EU market ", through the , remotely and legally register Estonian companies and company accounts, and obtain VAT and EORI number, legally operate cross-border e-commerce as a company in an EU member state. Sweden, an EU member state, took the lead in levying 75-125 Swedish kronor VAT value-added tax on March 1. Chinese cross-border e-commerce sellers are alert to risks and coping strategies.