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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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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

X. Machinery Industry

1. Manufacture of welding robots and highly-efficient welding production lines;

2. Heat-resistant insulating materials (with the F and H insulating grades) and finished insulating products;

3. Manufacture of continued milling machines for slit plates, large cold-and hot-rolling equipment and gasification furnaces for urban supply and antipollution industrial use;

4. Manufacture of trackless collection, loading and transport equipment for underground mines; motorized selfloading-and-unloading mining vehicles that can handle more than 100 tonnes of load; mobile crushers; double-in double-out coal grinders; bucket-wheel excavators with speed higher than 3000 cubic meters per hour; mining loaders of more than 5 cubic meters; whole-section tunneling machines;

5. Manufacture of container loading and unloading bridge and tubular conveyer;

6. Manufacture of complete sets of large air-separation equipment with the capacity of more than 30,000 cubic meters ( including 30,000 cubic meters);

7. Manufacture of multi-color offset printing machines;

8. Manufacture of onshore and offshore oil drilling and extraction equipment of more than 4,500 meters; antiblowout apparatus of more than 70-million-Pascal (including 70 million Pascal); fracturing equipment of more than 105 million Pascal ( including 105 million Pascal); well-building machines of more than 50 tonnes ( including 50 tonnes);

9. Manufacture of complete sets of turbine compressors, aminomethane pumps and mixer-guarantors used in synthetic ammonia projects with annual production of more than 300,000 tonnes (including 300,000 tonnes), in urea projects with annual production of more than 480,000 tonnes (including 480,000 tonnes); in ethylene projects with annual production of more than 300,000 tonnes (including 300,000 tonnes ) (the State shall command the majority of shares in the projects);

10. Manufacture of complete sets of electronics, new spinning machines and new paper-making (including paper pulp) machines;

11. Manufacture of large and precision measurement equipment;

12. Safety monitoring and checking equipment (for detection of vibration, noise, poisonous matters, dust concentration and prediotion* of gas outburst and shock bump);

13. Components and spare parts of new types of instruments and materials (mainly referring to intelligent instrument sensors, instrument socket connectors, flexible circuit boards, photoelectron switches, proximity switches and other new types of switches; instrument functional materials);

14. Manufacture of large, highly-efficient numerical controlled precision machine tools and their functional parts.

15. Hydraulic components, pneumatic components and sealing elements;

16. Fine punching molds, precision hollow molds and standardized molds;

17. Manufacture of urban sewage treatment equipment that can handle 250,000 tonnes of sewage per day; industrial liquid waste membrane treatment equipment; up-flowing anaerobic fluidized bed equipment and other organic liquid waste treatment equipment, coal ashes building blocks equipment (50,000-100,000 tonnes per year), waste plastics recycling equipment, industrial boiler desulphurization and identifications equipment, large heat-and acid-resistant bag-type collectors;

18. Manufacture of large road construction equipment;

19. Manufacture of large (200-430 mm in external diameter), precision and special hearings;

20. Manufacture of major automobile components and spare parts: brake assembly, driving assembly, gearbox, steering gear, diesel engine fuel pump, piston (including piston ring), air valve, hydraulic tappet, axle pad, booster, clarifying filter (triple filter), aluminum radiator, diaphragm clutch, constant-velocity universal joint, shock absorber, car air conditioning system, safety air bag, seat angle adjusting device, car lock, rear-view mirror, glass lift, combined dashboard, engines, lamps and bulbs, special high-strength fasteners, special bearings;

21. Manufacture of automobile molds (including punching molds, injection molds, pressed molds), clamping apparatus (including welding fixture and examination fixture);

22. Automobile casting and forging blanks;

23. Automobile technology research centers and automobile design and development institutions;

24. Highly-specialized vehicles such as those used in airports and in deserts in petroleum industry.


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