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Circular of the State Council on Issues Covering Border Trade
(Promulgated by the State Council on January 3, 1996)

[Preamble]

1.Issues on the administrative forms of the border trade

2.Issues on tariffs and import duties of border trade.

3.Issues on import and export administration of border trade in small amount

4.Issues on administration of import and export commodities under economic and technical cooperation between the border areas and their neighboring countries.

5.* Issues on strengthening administration of border trade

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Circular of the State Council on Issues Covering Border Trade
(Promulgated by the State Council on January 3, 1996)

[Preamble]

In order to encourage development of border trade and economic cooperation between our border areas and the neighboring countries, the State formulated in the past years a series of policies and measures which are aimed to support and encourage border trade and economic development in our border areas. Those policies and measures had played a positive role in vigorous promotion of economic development in the border areas. strengthening the unification of nationalities as well as consolidation and development of making the border areas prosperous and stable, harmony and friendly relations with the neighboring countries. Along with the deepening of our reform and opening Cup, there exists a need to adjust, regulate and perfect those policies and measures in compliance with general requirements of building socialist market economy. The circular on the relevant issues is hereby given a follows:


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