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Catalogue for the Guidance of Foreign Investment Industries
(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)

ENCOURAGED PROJECTS FOR FOREIGN INVESTMENT

I. Agriculture, Forestry, Animal Husbandry,

II. Light Industry

III. Textile Industry

IV. Transport, Post and Communications Industry

VI. Power Industry

VII. Ferrous Metallurgical Industry

VIII. Non-Ferrous Metallurgical Industry

IX. Petroleum, Petrochemical and Chemical Industry

X. Machinery Industry

XI. Electronics Industry

XII. Building Materials and Equipment and

XIII. Medical and Pharmaceutical Industries

XIV. Medical Equipment

XV. Space and Aviation Industries

XVI. Shipbuilding Industry

XVII. New and Developing Industries

XVIII. Service Industry

PROJECTS RESTRICTED FOR FOREIGN INVESTMENT

A

I. Light Industry

II. Textile Industry

III. Coal Industry

IV. Ferrous Metallurgical Industry

V. Non-Ferrous Metal Industry

VI. Petrochemical and Chemical Industries

VII. Machinery Industry

VIII. Electronics Industry

IX. Building Materials and Equipment and Other Non-Metallic Mineral Industries

X. Medical and Pharmaceutical Industry

XI. Medical Devices

XII. Service Industry

B

I. Agriculture, Forestry, Animal Husbandry,

II. Light Industry

III. Textile Industry

IV. Coal Industry

V. Non-Ferrous Metal Industry (Off Limits to Foreign-Funded Enterprises)

VI. Petrochemical and Chemical Industries

VII. Machinery Industry

VIII. Electronics Industry

IX. Building Materials and Equipment and Other Non-Metallic Mineral Industries

X. Medical Industry

XI. Transportation, Post and Telecommunications Industries

XII. Domestic and Foreign Trade, Tourism, Real Estate and Service Industries ( Off Limits to Solely Foreign-Funded Enterprises)

XIII. Financial and Related Services

XIV. Miscellaneous

XV. Other Projects that Are Restricted by the State and by International Accords that China Joined

PROJECTS PROHIBITED TO FOREIGN INVESTMENT

I. Agriculture, Forestry, Animal Husbandry and Related Industries

II. Light Industry

III. Power Industry and Urban Public Facilities

IV. Mining, Dressing and Ore Processing Extraction, dressing and smelting of radioactive minerals.

VI. Medical and Pharmaceutical Industry

VII. Post, Telecommunication and Transportation Industries

VIII. Trade Futures trade.

IX. Broadcast, Television and Film-making

XI. Military Arms Production

XII. Others

XIII. Other Projects that Are Banned by the State and by International Accords that China Joined

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China - Catalogue for the Guidance of Foreign Investment Industries, 1995

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Catalogue for the Guidance of Foreign Investment Industries
(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)

ENCOURAGED PROJECTS FOR FOREIGN INVESTMENT

I. Agriculture, Forestry, Animal Husbandry,

Fishing and Related Industries

1. The reclamation and development of wastelands, barren hills and shoals (except where there are military installations) and transformation of medium and low-yield farm lands and low-yield forests;

2. The development of new high-quality, high-yield strains of food grains, cotton, oil crops, sugar crops, vegetable, flowers and plants, and forage grass crops;

3. Serial non-soil cultivation and production of vegetables and flowers and plants;

4. Forest plantation and the introduction of improved varieties of forest trees;

5. Development of fine breeds of stud stock, birds, and aquatic products ( not including China's indigenous precious fine varieties);

6. Breeding of famous, special or fine aquatic products and deep-water fishing;

7. New lines of highly efficient and safe crude agricultural chemicals (which have a pest-killing and bacteria-killing rate of up to 80% and do not harm human beings, animals and crops);

8. High-concentration chemical fertilizers (urea, synthetic ammonia and phosphamidon);*

9. New production technology and new kinds of agricultural plastic film (fiber film, photolysis film and multi-function film and raw materials);

10. Veterinary antibiotics (special animal antibiotics, veterinary antibiotics against internal and external parasites, new forms of veterinary antibiotics), veterinary anthelmintics;

11. All-valence compound fodder, additives and the development of fodder protein resources;

12. New technology and equipment for the storage, preservation and processing of vegetables, fruits, meat products and aquatic products;

13. Forestry chemical products and new technology for the comprehensive utilization of inferior, small and fuel forests and new products there from?.

14. The construction and management of comprehensive water control projects (where the State commands the majority of shares and with more than 300,000 tonnes of daily water supply or with installed capacity of more than 250MW);

15. The manufacture of water-saving irrigation equipment;

16. Agricultural machinery, agricultural tools and related spare parts.


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