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Provisions on Bidding for Export of Machinery and Electronic Products
(Promulgated by Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation on July 2,1996)

Chapter I - General Provisions

Article 1

Article 2

Article 3

Article 4

Chapter II - Organization and Responsibility

Article 5

Article 6

Article 7

Article 8

Chapter III - Calling for Tender

Article 9

Article 10

Article 11

Chapter IV - Bidding

Article 12

Article 13

Article 14

Article 15

Chapter V - Opening and Evaluation of Bidding

Article 16

Article 17

Article 18

Article 19

Article 20

Chapter VI - Export License

Article 21

Article 22

Chapter VII - Administration

Article 23

Article 24

Article 25

Article 26

Article 27

Chapter VIII - Penalties

Article 28

Chapter IX - Supplementary provisions

Article 29

Article 30

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Provisions on Bidding for Export of Machinery and Electronic Products
(Promulgated by Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation on July 2,1996)

Chapter VIII - Penalties

Article 28

In case of violation of the present Provisions, the Bidding Committee shall impose the following penalties:

1. If any violation of the following is found, the bid-winning quantity in the current year shall be revoked and a notice of warning shall be given:

(i) False bidding documents were reported;

(ii) To transfer or trade bid-winning quantity without permission.

2. If any violation of the following is found, the bid-winning quantity in the current year shall be revoked and the enterprises committing the violation shall not be allowed to bid for the tender in the following year:

(i) Being accused of, but not responding to the anti-dumping accusations raised by foreign countries;

(ii) The actual export prices are lower than the coordinated prices of the profession or be lowered in disguised form;

(iii) Being ascertained by relevant departments on the infringement of trade marks;

(iv) The bid-winning fees have not been paid in due course.

3. With regard to the bid-winning enterprises which do not report or return the unused bid-winning quantity as stipulated in Article 25, if the unused quantity does not reach 30% of its total bid-winning quantity, their bid-winning quantity in the next year will be deducted accordingly. In case the said quantity exceeds 30% of their total bid-winning quantity, their right of bidding in the next year will be revoked.

4. The revoked quantity shall be reported to the Bidding Committee and copied to MOFTEC for record. The Bidding Committee shall, in the same time, inform the license-issuing departments to stop issue license for the above-mentioned quantity. The revoked bid-winning quantity may be carried over to the next round of bidding or be utilized for transfer and assignment.


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