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Implementation Rules on Small-Volume Frontier Trade of Importing Machinery and Electronic Products
(Promulgated by State Economic and Trade Commission, Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation and the Customs General Administration on March 29, 1996)

Article 1

Article 2

Article 3

Article 4

Article 5

Article 6

Article 7

Article 8

Article 9

Article 10

Article 11

Appendix 1: Sample of Certificate for Import Quotas (omitted.)

Appendix 2: Sample of Certificate for Importing Machinery and Electronic Products (Omitted.)

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Implementation Rules on Small-Volume Frontier Trade of Importing Machinery and Electronic Products
(Promulgated by State Economic and Trade Commission, Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation and the Customs General Administration on March 29, 1996)

Article 2

The small - volume frontier trade stated in the present Rules refers to trading activities through the State's designated border port between enterprises accredited with small-volume frontier trade right in the border counties

(banners)or border cities which have been granted the right to open to the outside world by the State along the land border of China, and enterprises or trade institutions in the border areas of the neighboring countries.

Modes of frontier trade for importing machinery and electronic products other than the exchange of goods by border residents already carried on in the border areas shall be uniformly administrated as small-volume frontier trade.

The exchange of goods by border residents stated in the previous clause refers to the activity of exchanging commodities by inhabitants of the border areas in the open spots or designated fairs approved by the government within 20 kilometers to the land border of China, which shall not go beyond the limited volume of trade or quantity.


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