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Administrative Provisions of the People's Republic of China on Certificate of Origin for Export Goods
(Promulgated by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation on March 8, 1996)

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China - Administration of Certificates of Origin for Export Goods, 1996

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Administrative Provisions of the People's Republic of China on Certificate of Origin for Export Goods
(Promulgated by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation on March 8, 1996)

Article 3

Subscription for the certificate of origin shall be arranged twice a year. May 20-30 shall be the first subscription time and September 20-30 the second. The certificate-issuing agencies (not including sub-agencies) of CCPIT and the commodity inspection departments must respectively inform the Shanghai Foreign Trade and Economic cooperation Commission the number of certificates required for the second semester and the first semester next year. The Shanghai Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation Commission shall arrange printing according to the subscription quantity.

The Shanghai Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation Commission must mail the certificates in accordance with the subscription quantity to the certificate-issuing agencies by the end of June and November respectively. The certificate-issuing agencies are themselves responsible for forwarding the certificates to their sub-agencies on time.


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