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Measures for the Control of Provision of Security to Foreign Parties by Organizations within the People's Republic of China
(Promulgated by the People's Bank of China on September 25, 1996)

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Measures for the Control of Provision of Security to Foreign Parties by Organizations within the People's Republic of China
(Promulgated by the People's Bank of China on September 25, 1996)

Article 5

The aggregate sum of the outstanding amount under security to foreign parties, the outstanding amount under security in foreign exchange within the People's Republic of China and the outstanding amount of foreign exchange debts of a financial institution shall not exceed 20 times the amount of its own foreign exchange funds.

The outstanding amount under security to foreign parties provided by a non-financial enterprise-legal person shall not exceed 50%of its net assets and shall not exceed its foreign exchange income of the preceding year.


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