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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 5

Projects in which foreign investment shall be encouraged are as follows:

(1) Projects involving new agricultural technology, comprehensive agricultural development and the development of energy, communications and essential raw materials;

(2) Projects involving new, high and advanced technology, improved products, energy and raw materials conservation, enhanced technological and economic returns of enterprises, or the production of new equipment and materials with high market demand which remains unfulfilled due to inadequate domestic production capacity;

(3) Projects which meet the demand of international market, and help raise the grade of products, open new markets, expand overseas marketing of products and increase the export volume;

(4) Projects involving new technologies and new equipment for the comprehensive use of resources and renewable resources, and the prevention and control of environmental pollution;

(5) Projects which tap the advantages of human and natural resources in China's central and western regions, and which fulfill the requirements of State industrial policies;

(6) Other projects encouraged by stipulations of State laws and administrative rules and regulations.


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