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Detailed Implementation Regulations on the Distribution and Adjustment of Annual Quotas for Supplying Livestock to Hong Kong and Macao
(Promulgated by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation on March 13, 1996)

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China - Distribution and Adjustment of Annual Quotas for Supplying Livestock to Hong Kong and Macao, 1996

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Detailed Implementation Regulations on the Distribution and Adjustment of Annual Quotas for Supplying Livestock to Hong Kong and Macao
(Promulgated by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation on March 13, 1996)

Article 7

Adjustment of annual quotas

1. In accordance with Article 16 of the Regulations, quotas for fresh live and frozen commodities supplied to Hong Kong and Macao shall be collectively adjusted in April, July and October every year taking into consideration of the market in Hong Kong and Macao and domestic goods supply. With regard to seasonal commodities, or in case of sudden changes in market situation supply, of goods and transportation, MOFTEC shall approve the adjustment of quotas on a case-by-case basis in line with the actual situation.

2. The adjustment of quotas shall grant preferential increase to ports that are above the nation's average level in terms of fulfillment of quotas, the proportion of qualified livestock and grade of selling price. In the meantime, considering the applications from various places and their condition in supply of goods, transportation and operation, some quotas shall be allocated to qualified ports on a trial basis.

3. In the adjustment process, with regard to the quota's fulfillment of particular commodities, quotas for ports who present an ill-performance shall be reduced and the amount shall be given as award to those who make a good performance.

4. Ports who are ready to coordinate voluntarily in regulating the market and who provide goods in excess of quotas to accomplish a temporary supplying emergency shall be awarded, by MOFTEC's approval, with 50% of the surpassed amount, which is exempt from their annual quota.


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