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Interim Provisions on Guidance for Foreign Investment
(Jointly promulgated by Decree No.5 of the State Planning Commission, the State Economic and Trade Commission and the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation on June 20, 1995)

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Interim Provisions on Guidance for Foreign Investment
(Jointly promulgated by Decree No.5 of the State Planning Commission, the State Economic and Trade Commission and the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation on June 20, 1995)

Article 10

Projects in which foreign investment is encouraged or permitted shall be examined, approved and put on file according to procedures stipulated in working regulations.

Foreign-funded projects listed in Category A shall be examined, approved and put on file in accordance with procedures stipulated in working regulations. In cases when investment projects in Category A are below the examination and approval level determined by the State Council, such projects shall, in accordance with their construction characteristics, be examined and approved by the planning department or department in charge of the technical renovation of enterprises in related provinces, autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the Central Government or cities listed separately in state budget. The examination and approval of such projects shall not be granted to departments at lower levels.

Should the level of investments of projects in Category B be below the examination and approval level determined by the State Council, the letter of proposal for such projects shall be examined and approved by the department assigned by the State Council to take charge of the specific trade sector, while the feasibility study report shall, in accordance with their characteristics of construction, be examined and approved by the planning department or the department in charge of the technical renovation or enterprises in related provinces, autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the Central Government or cities listed separately on State plans. A report shall be submitted to the State Planning Commission or the State Economic and Trade Commission for record. The responsibility for examining and approving such projects shall not be transferred to any department at a lower level. However, in cases when investments in projects surpass the examination and approval level determined by the State Council, examination and approval shall be carried out in accordance with the procedures and methods in force.

Projects involving quotas or licenses shall apply for the quotas or licenses required from departments in change of foreign trade and economic cooperation.

Additional stipulations on the procedures and methods for project examination and approval provided in relevant laws or administrative decrees or regulations shall be observed.


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