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Notice on the Application of Export License
(Promulgated by Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation on September 6, 1996)

I. Documents and Materials Necessary for the Application of Export License

II. Standard of Contents in the Application Form for Export License

III. In Case of Modification, Extension and Loss of Export License

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China - Notice on the Application of Export License, 1996

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Notice on the Application of Export License
(Promulgated by Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation on September 6, 1996)

I. Documents and Materials Necessary for the Application of Export License

1. All import and export enterprises, when applying for export license, shall submit to the issuing departments the following general documents and materials:

(i) Application Form for Export License

The Form ( original ) shall be clearly and normatively filled in and sealed by the applying units.

(ii) Export contract ( original copy ).

(iii) Official letter issued by the applying unit or the working certificates of the applicant. The persons on commission shall submit the letter of commission issued by the entrusting units.

(iv) Non-foreign trade units ( referring to those departments, organizations, enterprises and institutions which have not been accredited with the license of foreign trade ), when applying for export license, shall submit certificates issued by the departments in charge at the level of departments or bureaus.

(v) The applying units, when applying for export license for the first time, shall submit the documents ( original copy ) accrediting them with foreign trade rights, issued by Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation ( MOFTEC ) or the local foreign trade department authorized by MOFTEC.

(vi) Foreign-funded enterprises, when applying for export license for the first time, shall submit their certificates of approval and business licenses issued by competent government organizations, which will be kept on file for verification by the issuing departments.

2. Application for export license of general trade requires for the following additional documents:

(i) When applying for export license of commodities subject to quota control, foreign trade enterprises under various ministries and commissions shall submit the certificates of approving on export quotas issued by MOFTEC, and all local foreign trade enterprises shall submit the certificates of approving on export quotas issued by the local departments in charge of foreign trade and economic cooperation.

(ii) When applying for export license of chemicals used for both civil and military purposes, approving documents issued by Ministry of Chemical Industry shall be provided. When applying for those of chemicals from which toxic is easily made, documents issued by MOFTEC shall be provided. When applying for those of heavy water, documents issued by MOFTEC shall be provided. When applying for those of computers, the Examining Form for Exporting Computer Technology issued by MOFTEC shall be provided.

(iii) When applying for export license of commodities subject to bidding of quotas with compensation, the applying units shall submit Certificates Applying for export License of Commodities Subject to Bidding of Quota with Compensation issued by the Bidding Committee. When applying for commodities subject to free bidding, the Certificates of Winning the Bid issued by the Bidding Committee shall be provided.

3. When applying for export license of commodities brought abroad by contract engineering enterprises ( except those subject to bidding of quotas with compensation shall be handled according to relevant regulations ), import and export enterprises under various ministries and commissions shall submit the documents approving the contract of engineering projects issued by MOFTEC and the contract concluded by the exporting units, and various local import and export enterprises shall submit such documents issued by local departments in charge of foreign trade and economic cooperation and the contract concluded by the exporting units. The export contract shall specify the specification and quantity of the commodities subject to license control.

4. When applying for export license of commodities processed from imported materials and subject to export quotas, the foreign trade enterprise under various ministries and commissions shall produce the documents approving the export quotas and processing trade issued by MOFTEC; and the local foreign trade enterprises shall produce those issued by local departments in charge of foreign trade and economic cooperation.

When applying for export license of commodities processed from imported materials and free from quota control, the foreign trade enterprise under various ministries and commissions shall produce the approving documents issued by MOFTEC and the Registering Handbook for Processing with Imported Materials issued by customs offices; and the local foreign trade enterprises shall produce those issued by local departments in charge of foreign trade and economic cooperation.

When applying for export license of steels, pig iron, zinc and edible sugar processed with imported materials, all foreign trade enterprises shall submit the approving documents and the Registering Handbook for Processing with Imported Materials issued by MOFTEC.

5. With regard to non-trade commodities, the following documents and materials should be provided:

(i) Delivering samples

When delivering samples valuing RMB 5,000-10,000 yuan, non-foreign trade units shall submit the official letter issued by the competent departments at the level of departments or bureaus.

When delivering samples subject to license control and valuing over RMB 5,000 yuan, the foreign trade enterprises shall apply for export license according to regulations governing general trade.

(ii) Delivering exhibits

With regard to articles brought abroad for the purpose of holding exhibitions and supposed to be sold in foreign countries by the non-foreign trade units, they shall submit the documents approving the holding of exhibitions issued by MOFTEC.

With regard to license - controlled articles brought abroad for the purpose of holding exhibitions and supposed to be sold in foreign countries by foreign trade companies directly under various ministries and commissions authorized by MOFTEC, they shall submit the documents approving the holding of exhibitions issued by MOFTEC.


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