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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 3

In applying for exemption of inspection, an applicant must meet the following requirements:

1. A production enterprise applying for the exemption of inspection of import and export commodities shall have a perfect quality assurance system.

A production enterprise importing commodities should be certified by the State Administration for Import and Export Commodity Inspection or have a certificate for its quality control system issued by relevant organizations recognized by the authentication association after actual examination and assessment. A production enterprise exporting commodities shall have the approval of the Quality Control System (ISO 9000) Work Committee for China's Export Commodities Production Enterprises and be assessed and issued with a qualification certificate of the quality assurance system by an appraisal organization registered with the State Administration for Import and Export Commodity Inspection.

2. The quality of import and export commodities for which exemption of inspection has been applied should be kept constantly stable and the standard rate of the inspection by commodity inspection organizations should reach 100% for three years running.

3. Chinese end-users of import commodities or foreign end-users of export commodities of China do not object to the application for exemption of inspection.


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