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Regulations on Export License Control
(Promulgated by Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation on January 2,1996)

[Preamble]

1. Administrative Bodies for Issuing and Control of Export Licenses

Article 1

Article 2

Article 3

2. Principles for Issuing of Export Licenses

Article 4

Article 5

Article 6

Article 7

3. Terms of Validity of Export Licenses

Article 8

Article 9

Article 10

Article 11

Article 12

Article 13

4. Matters should Be Examined When Issuing of A License

Article 14

Article 15

Article 16

5. Scope of the Export License Administration and the Basis for License Issuing

Article 17

Article 18

Article 19

Article 20

Article 21

Article 22

Article 23

6. Handling for Exceptional Circumstances of Export License Control

Article 24

Article 25

Article 26

Article 27

Article 28

Article 29

Article 30

Article 31

Article 32

Article 33

7. Inspection and Punishment

Article 34

Article 35

Article 36

Article 37

Article 38

8. Others

Article 39

Article 40

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Appendix 2:

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China - Regulations on Export License Control, 1996

MOFTEC

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Regulations on Export License Control
(Promulgated by Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation on January 2,1996)

6. Handling for Exceptional Circumstances of Export License Control

Article 30

Rules for transport of samples of goods outside China:

1. Samples of commodities or experimental objects are not subjected to export license control if each batch of worth less than RMB 5,000 Yuan and the Customs shall examine and release them on the strength of the filled up Customs declaration forms. When each batch of such samples worth more than RMB 5,000 Yuan, they should be treated as the ordinary commodities for export and applications for the export licenses should be made. Besides, the export of the samples shall be included in the export quotas. The license-issuing bodies shall sign and issue the export licenses according to the fixed level-to-level export-license-issuing catalogues.

2. Samples of commodities shipped out of the country by non-foreign-trade units for cultural, technical or other exchange activities with each batch valued at RMB 5,000 Yuan or less are exempt from the export licenses whether they are subjected to the export license control or not. The Customs shall supervise, examine and release them on the strength of the certificates issued by the competent departments (at the department level or above ) which are in charge of the units to transport the samples abroad. If each batch of the samples is valued at more than RMB 5,000 Yuan, however, applications for the export licenses should be made and the export licenses shall give clear indication of the word "samples". Bureau of MOFTEC is responsible for signing and issuing of export licenses for the units directly under the central governments on the strength of the certificates issued by the competent departments (at the department level of above ) which are in charge of the units to transport the samples abroad. The local foreign trade departments are responsible for signing and issuing export licenses for their local units on the strength the certificates issued by the competent departments ( at the department level of above which are in charge of the units to transport the samples abroad. But, each batch of the samples for export should not be over the value of RMB 10,000 Yuan ).

3. To transport abroad commodity samples of Chinese traditional medical herbs and ready-prepared Chinese traditional medicines, it is necessary to abide by the Customs' regulations on the limit of the value of the samples.


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