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Legislation

  • Implementing Regulations of the Food Safety Law of... [2019-10-11]

     Implementing Regulations of the Food Safety Law of the People's Republic of China (Revised in 2019) Order of the State Council of the People's Republic of China No. 721 October 11, 2019 The Implementing Regulations of the Food Safety Law of the People's Republic of China, which were revised and adopted at the 42nd executive meeting of the State Council on March 26, 2019, are hereby issued and shall come into effect as of December 1, 2019. Premier Li Keqiang Implementing Regulations of the Food Safety Law of the People's Republic of China (Revised in 2019) (issued on July 20, 2009 as the Order of the State Council of the People's Republic of China No. 557; revised under the Decision of the State Council on Amending Certain Administrative Regulations issued on February 6, 2016; revised and adopted at the 42nd executive meeting of the State Council on March 26, 2019) Chapter I General Provisions Article 1 These Regulations are formulated in accordance with the Food Safety Law of ... ...

  • Announcement on Revising the Guidelines for Patent... [2019-09-23]

    Announcement on Revising the Guidelines for Patent Examination Announcement of the National Intellectual Property Administration No.328 September 23, 2019 In order to meet the needs for the rapid development of new technologies, respond to the new claims of innovation subjects for examination rules and models, and improve the quality and efficiency of patent examination, the National Intellectual Property Administration has decided to revise the Guidelines for Patent Examination. The revised guidelines are hereby issued for implementation as of November 1, 2019. The Announcement is hereby given. Decision of the National Intellectual Property Administration on Revising the Guidelines for Patent Examination The National Intellectual Property Administration has decided to revise the Guidelines for Patent Examination as follows: I. Revisions to Section 5.1.1, Chapter 1, Part I Paragraph 5, Item (3), Section 5.1.1, Chapter 1, Part I of the Guidelines for Patent Examination shall be... ...

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Legal News

  • Preferential Tax Policy for Imported Exhibits Sold... [2019-11-05]

    Three departments including the Ministry of Finance ("MOF") have recently issued the Circular on the Preferential Tax Policy for Imported Exhibits Sold during the Second China International Import Expo (the "Circular").The Circular reads that a reasonable number of imported exhibits (excluding imported goods banned by China, endangered animals and plants and products made therefrom, and 20 types of goods and vehicles ineligible for tax relief as stipulated by the state policy) sold at the Second China International Import Expo (CIIE) during the period between November 5, 2019 and November 10, 2019, will be exempted from import tariffs, and value-added tax (VAT) and consumption tax on such exhibits during the import process will be levied at 70% of the amount of tax payable. The Circular also clearly states that for each corporate exhibitor listed on the annex, the sales volume eligible for the preferential tax policy cannot exceed the quota specified in the annex, adding that as for... ...

  • Premier Li Keqiang Signs a Decree to Publish... [2019-10-24]

    The Regulations on Optimizing Business Environment (the "Regulations"), have recently been released under the Decree of the State Council signed by Premier of the State Council Li Keqiang and will take effect from January 1, 2020.The Regulations touch upon the following six aspects. First, the principles and direction of business environment optimization are made clear. Second, market players will be better protected. Third, business climate will be improved. The Regulations set out requirements for an array of measures which include shortening the time frame required for starting businesses, ensuring equal market access, maintaining a level playing field, effectively implementing policies for tax and fee reductions, regulating enterprise-related fee charges, resolving the difficulties in and high costs of financing, and streamlining enterprise deregistration procedures. Fourth, the government affair service capacity and the level of government affair services will be... ...

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