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Methods on Supervision and Administration of the Quality of Imported Commodities in the Circulation Sector
(April 17, 1997)

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Methods on Supervision and Administration of the Quality of Imported Commodities in the Circulation Sector
(April 17, 1997)

Article 7

Punishments for unlawful acts:

1. Should there be any of the following acts in violation of The Import and Export Commodity Law of the People's Republic of China, local ACIs shall mete out punishments according to the relevant stipulations of Implementing Regulations of the Import and Export Commodity Law of the People's Republic of China:

(l) Selling import commodities subject to but without the safety and quality licensing of SACI and affixation of the CCIB safety mark;

(2) Selling import commodities listed in the Table of Varieties without obtaining the inspection certificate of ACIs;

(3) Failure to make accurate submission to designated inspection institutions for purposes of getting the inspection certificate;

(4) Selling import commodities which have failed to pass the inspection based upon national mandatory standards;

(5) Forging, tampering with and/or using without authorization the certificate, stamp, mark, seal, certification mark or inspection mark of ACIs.

2. Operators dealing in fake import commodities and illegal import commodities shall be punished according to law by AICs.

3. In case of the need of sealing up illegally distributed commodities. local ACls and AICs shall seal them up either according to their own jurisdiction or jointly.


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