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Provisions for the Exemption of Import and Export Commodities from Inspection
(Promulgated by the State Administration for Import and Export Commodity Inspection on August 1, 1994)

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Provisions for the Exemption of Import and Export Commodities from Inspection
(Promulgated by the State Administration for Import and Export Commodity Inspection on August 1, 1994)

Article 12

An applicant who has been approved for the exemption of inspection for import or export commodities shall go through the clearance procedures with the related commodity inspection organization by presenting the valid inspection-free certificate, foreign trade contract, letter of credit, certificate of quality of commodities and other documents.

If a commodity inspection certificate is required for inspection-free export commodities, the related commodity inspection organization shall issue an inspection certificate upon the quality certificate submitted by the applicant. For commodities that have quantity, quality and packing requirements, the inspection certificate shall be issued after examination according to relevant regulations.


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