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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)

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

The units applying for export license shall fill in the Application Form for Export License according to the following standard:

1. Exporters

(i) When applying for license of commodities subject to quota control, the full name of the foreign trade enterprise accredited with export quota allocation shall be given.

(ii) When applying for license of general commodities, the full name of the import and export enterprise accredited with the right of export shall be given.

(iii) When applying for license of commodities serving the purpose of re-paying credit and compensation trade, the full name of the agent company accredited with the right of export shall be given.

(iv) When exporting commodities upon permission, the full name of non-foreign trade unit might be filled in this column.

(v) Code of the exporting enterprises shall be filled in according to the codes compiled by the issuing organizations authorized by MOFTEC ( the same below ).

2. Consignors

(i) With regard to commodities subject to quota bidding (both compensated and free bidding), the name of the consignor shall be identical with that of the exporter.

(ii) In principle, the names of the consignors for all other commodities subject to quota control shall be identical with that of the exporters, except that the consignors are subordinate to the exporters.

(iii) With regard to the export for the purposes of repaying credit, compensation trade and export entrusted by foreign-funded enterprises, the name of the consignor may not be identical to that of the exporter.

3. Export License Number

It shall be made by the issuing organizations.

4. Validity of Export License

(i) With regard to commodities regulated in a case-by-case manner, the validity of export license shall be no longer than 3 months from the date of its issuance. That for fresh, live and frozen commodities to be exported to Hong Kong and Macao (excluding entrepot* trade) shall be no longer than 1 month.

(ii) With regard to commodities without such case-by-case regulation, export by foreign-funded enterprises and export under the title of compensation trade, the validity of export license shall be no longer than 6 months.

(iii) In case the validity of export license shall stride over one calendar year, it could not be extended beyond February of the next year.

5. Mode of Trade

(i) The contents of this column include the following: general trade, barter trade, compensation trade, processing with imported materials, processing with supplied materials, export by foreign-funded enterprises, border trade, export for processing abroad, entrepot* trade, forward trade, contract engineering, export to repay credit, international exhibitions and marketing, trade under treaty and other trade.

(ii) Re-export with imported materials, this column shall be filled in as processing with imported materials.

(iii) In case of re-export by foreign-funded enterprises, the column of Mode of Trade shall be filled in as export by foreign-funded enterprises.

(iv) In case that non-foreign trade units deliver their samples and exhibits for sale valuing over RMB 5,000 yuan, this column shall be filled in as international exhibition.

(v) In case that various import and export enterprises deliver their exhibits for sale, this column shall be filled as international exhibition; the delivered samples shall be filled in as general trade.

6. Number of Contract

(i) Number of contract shall be the code number which is used for export license application, customs declaration and foreign exchange settlement.

(ii) Contract number may not be filled in as for the export of crude oil, petroleum products and non-trade export.

(iii) When delivering exhibits, this column shall be filled in with the number of documents issued by MOFTEC.

7. Port of Customs Declaration

Port of customs declaration refers to the port of delivery. Three ports might be filled in this column, but only one port shall be chosen to make customs declaration.

8. Importing Countries (Regions)

Importing countries (regions) refer to the destination of cargoes or destination of contracts. No area name, such as Europe, shall be used.

9. Mode of Payment

This column may be filled in with such descriptions as L/C, collection, remittance, cashier's check, cash, settlement on accounts, and free, etc..

10. Mode of Transportation

This column may be filled in with ocean transportation, rail transportation, road transportation, air transportation, postal transportation and fixed transportation.

11. Description and Code of Commodities

This column shall be filled in according to the standard description and commodity code stipulated in the catalog of commodities subject to export license administration.

12. Specifications and Grades

(i) The column of specifications and grades is for the sake of making detailed explanation about the specifications, varieties and grades of commodities, such as the specifications of cement and steels and the grades of rabbit hair. If there are over 4 specifications, varieties or grades of commodities under one code number, another application form shall be filled in. The export of goods by way of labor service shall be filled in accordingly.

(ii) The specifications, varieties and grades of commodities actually delivered shall be identical with the descriptions in this column.

13. Unit

Unit refers to measurement unit. The measurement unit for exports of non-trade commodities shall be filled in as "lot" and the specific measurement unit shall be stated in the column of remarks.

14. Quantity, Unit price and Total Value

(i) Quantity refers to the quantity of commodities allowed to be exported. It could be stated to 1 decimal place and the other places shall be rounded. The column for measurement unit stated as "lot" shall be filled in as 1.

(ii) Unit price refers to the unit price consistent with the measurement unit. The column for measurement unit stated as "lot" shall be filled in as the total value.

15. Remarks

This column shall be filled in to state the accounts which have not been covered by the above-mentioned columns.


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