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Provisions on the Establishment of Foreign-Funded Construction Enterprises
(Promulgated by the Ministry of Construction and the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation on September 18, 1995)

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Provisions on the Establishment of Foreign-Funded Construction Enterprises
(Promulgated by the Ministry of Construction and the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation on September 18, 1995)

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The project proposals and feasibility studies for establishing foreign-funded construction enterprises shall be examined and approved by the administrative departments in charge of construction. The scope for contracting projects by foreign-funded enterprises shall be verified and determined according to the 'Regulations on the Control of the Qualifications of Construction Enterprises' and the 'Standards for the Qualifications of Construction Enterprises' issued by the Ministry of Construction. The contracts and articles of association for establishing foreign-funded construction enterprises shall be examined and approved by the department in charge under the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation.


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