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Council for Trade in Goods - Working Party on State Trading Enterprises - state trading - Counter-notification of the state trading enterprises of China pursuant to paragraph 4 of the Understanding on the Interpretation of Article XVII China
日期:2014/08/14
作者:China
文件編號:G/C/W/701, G/STR/Q1/CHN/2
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Counter-Notification of the State Trading Enterprises of China Pursuant to Paragraph 4 of the Understanding on the Interpretation of Article XVII

The following communication, dated 7 August 2014, is being circulated at the request of the Delegation of the United States.

 

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Paragraph 1 of the Understanding on the Interpretation of Article XVII of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994 (hereinafter "Understanding") provides that "[i]n order to ensure the transparency of the activities of state trading enterprises, Members shall notify such enterprises to the Council for Trade in Goods, for review by the working party."

 

Paragraph 1 of the Understanding also contains a working definition of "state trading enterprise", which reads: "Governmental and non-governmental enterprises, including marketing boards, which have been granted exclusive or special rights or privileges, including statutory or constitutional powers, in the exercise of which they influence through their purchases or sales the level or direction of imports or exports."

 

Paragraph 4 of the Understanding states that "[a]ny Member which has reason to believe that another Member has not adequately met its notification obligation may raise the matter with the Member concerned. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved it may make a counter-notification to the Council for Trade in Goods, for consideration by the working party set up under paragraph 5 [of the Understanding], simultaneously informing the Member concerned."

 

China submitted a notification to the Working Party on State Trading Enterprises (hereinafter "Working Party") in 2003[1] as an update to its notification for the 2002 period.[2] China has not submitted a new or updated notification regarding its state trading enterprises since then.

 

On 13 June 2014, the United States raised this issue with China in a meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. Specifically, at this meeting, the United States raised its concerns regarding China's lack of notification and stated that if such notification would not be forthcoming as part of the June 30 biennial obligation to submit an updated notification to the Working Party, a Member may make a counter-notification under paragraph 4 of the Understanding to the Council for Trade in Goods and the Working Party.

 

As no such notification has been made by China, and the issue has not been otherwise satisfactorily resolved, the United States is hereby exercising its right under paragraph 4 of the Understanding to make a counter-notification of the following entities as state trading enterprises of China:[3]

 

1.      China National Cereals, Oils & Foodstuff Import & Export Co. (Group)

2.      China National Export Bases Development Co.

3.      China Sugar and Wine Co. (Group)

4.      China Commerce Foreign Trade Co.

5.      Sinochem Group

6.      China International United Petroleum & Chemicals Co.

7.      China National United Oil Co.

8.      Zhuzhai Zhen Rong Co.

9.      China Aviation Oil Import and Export Co. Ltd.

10.  China Petro-Chemical International Co., Ltd.

11.  China Arts Hua Hai Import and Export Co., Ltd.

12.  China Marine Bunker (Petro China) Co., Ltd.

13.  China National Water Resources and Electric Power Material and Equipment Co., Ltd.

14.  Everbright Petroleum and Natural Gas Development and Investment Co., Ltd.

15.  China Hua Neng International Economic and Trade Co.

16.  China Beijing International Economic Cooperation Co.

17.  Tianjin Elec-Mech International Trade Co.

18.  Hebei Metals and Minerals Corp., Ltd.

19.  Shanxi Tian Li Enterprise Co., Ltd.

20.  Liaoning Huiming International Trade Co., Ltd.

21.  Dalian Golden Sun Import and Export Co., Ltd.

22.  Jinlin Foreign Trade Import and Export Co.

23.  Sinochem Heilongjiang Import and Export Co.

24.  Orient International Holding Shanghai Foreign Trade Co., Ltd.

25.  Shanghai Materials Group Import and Export Co., Ltd.

26.  Jiangsu Fuel Co.

27.  Suzhou Industrial Park Co., Ltd.

28.  Zhejiang Metal Material Co.

29.  Zhejiang Di Da Import and Export Co., Ltd.

30.  Ningbo Ning Shing Co. (Group)

31.  Anhui Chemicals Import and Export Co., Ltd.

32.  Fujian Chemicals Import and Export Co.

33.  China (Fujian) Foreign Trade Centre (Holding)

34.  Xiamen Jian Fa Co., Ltd.

35.  Xiamen International Trade Group Co., Ltd.

36.  Jiangxi Chemicals Import and Export Co.

37.  Shandong Sheng Li Co., Ltd.

38.  Shandong Foreign Trade (Holding) Co., Ltd.

39.  Qingdao Hua Qing Industrial Co., Ltd.

40.  Qingdao Yi Jia E.T.I. Import and Export Co., Ltd.

41.  Henan Cereals, Oil and Foodstuff Import and Export Group Co., Ltd.

42.  Hubei Chemicals Import and Export Co.

43.  Hunan Chemicals Import and Export Co.

44.  Guangdong Materials Import and Export Co.

45.  Guangdong Hua Guang Light Industrial Co., Ltd.

46.  Zhuhai S.E.Z. Goods and Materials Co.

47.  Guangdong Zhong Ren Enterprise (Group) Co., Ltd.

48.  Guangzhou Tminae Petroleum and Chemicals Co., Ltd.

49.  Shenzhen Yong Jun Industrial Co., Ltd.

50.  Shenzhen Petroleum Company

51.  Shenzhen Zhong You Tong Da Petroleum Co., Ltd.

52.  Shenzhen Dong Er Technology Dispatch Co., Ltd.

53.  Shenzhen Petrochemical Bonded Oil Trading Co.

54.  Guangxi Chemicals Import and Export Co.

55.  Hainan Zhong Tong Chemicals Import and Export Co.

56.  Chongqing Foreign Trade Import and Export Co.

57.  Guizhou Foreign Trade Import and Export Co.

58.  Yunnan Native Produce Import and Export Co.

59.  Gansu Import and Export Trading Group Co.

60.  Xinjiang International Industry Co., Ltd.

61.  Sinochem International Oil Company

62.  Sinochem Guangdong Import and Export Co.

63.  Sinochem Shanghai Import and Export Co.

64.  Sinochem Pudong Trading Co., Ltd.

65.  Sinochem Ning Bo Co.

66.  Sinochem (Shenzhen) Industries Co., Ltd.

67.  Sinochem Jiangsu Import and Export Co.

68.  Sinochem Guangzhou Import and Export Co.

69.  Sinochem Shandong Import and Export Co.

70.  Sinochem Liaoning Import and Export Co.

71.  China National Agricultural Means of Production Group Co.

72.  Chinatex Cotton Import and Export Co.

73.  Beijing Jiuda Textiles Group Co.

74.  Tianjin Textiles Industry Supply and Marketing Co.

75.  Shanghai Textiles Raw Materials Co.

76.  China National Cotton Reserve Corp.

77.  China National Cotton Exchange

78.  China National Salt Industry Corp.

79.  China National Tobacco Import & Export Co.

80.  Jilin Grain Group Import and Export Co.

81.  Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Cotton and Jute Import and Export Co.

82.  Xinjiang Nong Ken Import and Export Co., Ltd.

83.  China National Coal Industry Import & Export Co.

84.  China Minmetals Corp.

85.  Shanxi Coal Import & Export Group Co.

86.  Shenhua Group Ltd.

87.  China Minmetals Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd.

88.  Sichuan Metals and Minerals Import and Export Corp.

89.  Zigong Cemented Carbide Import and Export Corp., Ltd.

90.  Hunan Zhong Nan Antimony and Tungsten Trading Co., Ltd.

91.  Zhuzhou Cemented Carbide Import and Export Corp.

92.  Nanchang Cemented Carbide Limited Liability Co.

93.  Jiangxi Rare Metals Tungsten Holding Group Corp.

94.  Xiamen Tungsten Corporation Ltd.

95.  Fujian Jinxin Tungsten Co., Ltd.

96.  Xiamen Golden Egret Special Alloy Co., Ltd.

97.  Guangdong Xianglu Tungsten Co., Ltd.

98.  Guizhou Metals and Minerals Import and Export Corp.

99.  Guangxi China Tin Group Co., Ltd.

100.    Yunnan United Antimony Industries Corp.

101.    Guangxi Youngsun Metal Chemical Co., Ltd.

102.    Hunan ShuiKouShan Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd.

103.    Shandong Zhao Jin (Group) Corp.

104.    Shanghai Metals and Minerals Import and Export Corp.

105.    Yunnan Copper Industry (Group) Corp., Ltd.

106.    Yunnan Metallurgical Group Import and Export & and Logistics Co., Ltd.

107.    Yunnan Tin Co., Ltd.

108.    Baiyin Nonferrous Group Corp.

109.    Tong Ling Nonferrous Metals (Group) Corp.

110.    Da Ye Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd.

111.    Ningxia Tian Ma Metallurgical and Chemical Industry Co., Ltd.

112.    Jiangsu Holly International Group

113.    China Chengtong Metal (Group) Corp.

114.    CNACC International Co., Ltd.

115.    China Grain Reserves Corp.

116.    Chinatex Group

117.    China National Offshore Oil Corp.

118.    Chongyi Zhangyuan Tungsten Co., Ltd.

119.    Hunan Hsikwangshan Twinkling Star Antimony Import and Export Co., Ltd.

120.    GuangDong Metals and Minerals Import and Export Group Corp.

121.    Dongguan Jiefu Flame-Retarded Materials Co., Ltd.

122.    Guangdong Mikuni Antimony Industries Co., Ltd.

123.    Sichuan Xinju Mineral Resource Development Co., Ltd.

124.    Lanzhou Jinhai Antimony Co., Ltd.

125.    China National Pearl Diamond Gem and Jewelry Import and Export Corp.

126.    Henan Yuguang Gold and Lead Co., Ltd.

127.    Hunan Zhuzhou Smelting Plant Torch Metal Import and Export Co., Ltd

128.    Hunan Xingguang Smelting Co., Ltd.

129.    Chenzhou Jingui Silver Industry Co., Ltd.

130.    Fenghua Advanced Technology Holding Co., Ltd.

131.    Anyang Yubei Gold and Lead Group

132.    Hunan Yongxing Yishui Rare Precious Metal Recycle Co., Ltd.

133.    Hunan Yuteng Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd.

134.    Guangxi Chengyuan Mining and Smelting Co., Ltd.

135.    Shandong Humon Smelting Co., Ltd.

136.    Guangdong Mingfa Precious Metal Co., Ltd.

137.    Hunan Jinwang Bismuth Industrial Co., Ltd.

138.    Yongxing Zhaojin Precious Metal Processing and Fabrication Co., Ltd.

139.    Yongxing Fuxing Precious Metal Co., Ltd.

140.    Xiangguang Copper Co., Ltd.

141.    Henan Gold Rakem Lead Co., Ltd.

142.    Tongling Nonferrous Metals Group Co., Ltd.

143.    Gejiu Lianxing Precious Metals Co., Ltd.

144.    Anyang Minshan Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd.

145.    Hunan Huaxin Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd.

146.    Yongxing Xihe Lead Co., Ltd.

147.    Dongying Fangyuan Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd.

148.    Jinlong Copper Co., Ltd.

149.    Yantai Penghui Copper Industry Co., Ltd.

150.    Hunan Zhantai Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd.

151.    Chenzhou Fengyue Science and Technology Co., Ltd.

152.    Jiangxi Longtianyong Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd.

153.    Zijin Copper Industry Co., Ltd.

 

The information in this counter-notification (including the attached Annex) is based on publicly-available information as of 31 July 2014. With regard to entities 1 through 109 above, the United States notes that China listed these entities as state trading enterprises in its 2003 Addendum. With regard to entities 110 through 153 above, China has not previously notified them in accordance with the Understanding. However, based on publicly-available information, each entity has been explicitly referred to as a "state trading enterprise" by the entity itself or by China, or the entity appears to qualify as a state trading enterprise under paragraph 1 of the Understanding.

 

In the interests of transparency, the United States has followed the format in the questionnaire contained in document G/STR/3/Rev.1 (dated 14 November 2003) and provided, to the extent possible, relevant information for each entity in the Annex. However, for each entity, it remains incumbent upon China to review the status of the entity and provide the necessary information and rationale as to whether or not the entity is a "state trading enterprise" pursuant to the provisions of Article XVII of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and the Understanding. In addition to clarifying any instances in which the information available to the United States is not presently accurate or complete, it remains incumbent upon China to provide such information and fill in the additional information required by the questionnaire.

 


COUNTER-NOTIFICATION ANNEX

1   China National Cereals, Oils & Foodstuff Import & Export Co. (group). 10

2   China National Export Bases Development Co. 11

3   China Sugar and Wine Co. (Group). 13

4   China Commerce Foreign Trade Co. 15

5   Sinochem Group. 16

6   China International United Petroleum & Chemicals Co. 18

7   China National United Oil Co. 20

8   Zhuzhai Zhen Rong Company. 21

9   China Aviation Oil Import and Export Co. Ltd. 23

10   China Petro-chemical International Co. Ltd. 24

11   China Arts Hua Hai Import and Export Co. Ltd. 26

12   China Marine Bunker (Petro China) Co., Ltd. 27

13   China National Water Resources and Electric Power Material and Equipment Co. Ltd. 29

14   Everbright Petroleum and Natural Gas Development and Investment Co. Ltd. 31

15   China Hua Neng International Economic and Trade Co. 32

16   China Beijing International Economic Cooperation Co. 34

17   Tianjin Elec-Mech International Trade Co. 35

18   Hebei Metals and Minerals Corp. Ltd. 37

19   Shanxi Tian Li Enterprise Co. Ltd. 38

20   Liaoning Huiming International Trade Co. Ltd. 40

21   Dalian Golden Sun Import and Export Co. Ltd. 42

22   JiNlin Foreign Trade Import and Export Co. 43

23   Sinochem Heilongjiang Import and Export Co. 45

24   Orient International Holding Shanghai Foreign Trade Co. Ltd. 46

25   Shanghai Materials Group Import and Export Co. Ltd. 48

26   Jiangsu Fuel Co. 50

27   Suzhou Industrial Park Co. Ltd. 51

28   Zhejiang Metal Material Co. 53

29   Zhejiang Di Da Import and Export Co. Ltd. 54

30   Ningbo Ning Shing Co. (Group). 56

31   Anhui Chemicals Import and Export Co. Ltd. 57

32   Fujian Chemicals Import and Export Co. 59

33   China (Fujian) Foreign Trade Centre (Holding). 61

34   Xiamen Jian Fa Co. Ltd. 62

35   Xiamen International Trade Group Co. Ltd. 64

36   Jiangxi Chemicals Import and Export Co. 65

37   Shandong Sheng Li Co. Ltd. 67

38   Shandong Foreign Trade (Holding) Co. Ltd. 68

39   Qingdao Hua Qing Industrial Co. Ltd. 70

40   Qingdao Yi Jia E.T.I. Import and Export Co. Ltd. 72

41   Henan Cereals, Oil and Foodstuff Import and Export Group Co. Ltd. 73

42   Hubei Chemicals Import and Export Co. 75

43   Hunan Chemicals Import and Export Co. 76

44   Guangdong Materials Import and Export Co. 78

45   Guangdong Hua Guang Light Industrial Co. Ltd. 79

46   Zhuhai S.E.Z. Goods and Materials Co. 81

47   Guangdong Zhong Ren Enterprise (Group) Co. Ltd. 83

48   Guangzhou Tminae Petroleum and Chemicals Co. Ltd. 84

49   Shenzhen Yong Jun Industrial Co. Ltd. 86

50   Shenzhen Petroleum Company. 87

51   Shenzhen Zhong You Tong Da Petroleum Co. Ltd. 89

52   Shenzhen Dong Er Technology Dispatch Co. Ltd. 91

53   Shenzhen Petrochemical Bonded Oil Trading Co. 92

54   Guangxi Chemicals Import and Export Co. 94

55   Hainan Zhong Tong Chemicals Import and Export Co. 95

56   Chongqing Foreign Trade Import and Export Co. 97

57   Guizhou Foreign Trade Import and Export Co. 98

58   Yunnan Native Produce Import and Export Co. 100

59   Gansu Import and Export Trading Group Co. 102

60   Xinjiang International Industry Co. Ltd. 103

61   Sinochem International Oil Company. 105

62   Sinochem Guangdong Import and Export Co. 106

63   Sinochem Shanghai Import and Export Co. 108

64   Sinochem Pudong Trading Co. Ltd. 109

65   Sinochem Ning Bo Co. 111

66   Sinochem (Shenzhen) Industries Co. Ltd. 113

67   Sinochem Jiangsu Import and Export Co. 114

68   Sinochem Guangzhou Import and Export Co. 116

69   Sinochem Shandong Import and Export Co. 117

70   Sinochem Liaoning Import and Export Co. 119

71   China National Agricultural Means of Production Group Co. 120

72   Chinatex Cotton Import and Export Co. 122

73   Beijing Jiuda Textiles Group Co. 124

74   Tianjin Textiles Industry Supply and Marketing Co. 125

75   Shanghai Textiles Raw Materials Co. 127

76   China National Cotton Reserve Corporation.. 128

77   China National Cotton Exchange. 130

78   China National Salt Industry Corporation.. 132

79   China National Tobacco Import & Export Co. 133

80   Jilin Grain Group Import and Export Co. 135

81   Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Cotton and Jute Import and Export Co. 136

82   Xinjiang Nong Ken Import and Export Co. Ltd. 138

83   China National Coal Industry Import & Export Co. 139

84   China Minmetals Corporation.. 141

85   Shanxi Coal Import & Export Group Co. 143

86   Shenhua Group Ltd. 144

87   China Minmetals Nonferrous Metals Co. Ltd. 146

88   Sichuan Metals and Minerals Import and Export Corporation.. 147

89   Zigong Cemented Carbide Import and Export Corp., Ltd. 149

90   Hunan Zhong Nan Antimony and Tungsten Trading Co. LTD. 151

91   Zhuzhou Cemented Carbide Import and Export Corporation.. 152

92   Nanchang Cemented Carbide Limited Liability Company. 154

93   Jiangxi Rare Metals Tungsten Holding Group Corporation.. 156

94   Xiamen Tungsten Corporation Ltd. 157

95   Fujian Jinxin Tungsten Co., Ltd. 159

96   Xiamen Golden Egret Special Alloy Co. Ltd. 161

97   Guangdong Xianglu Tungsten Co. Ltd. 162

98   Guizhou Metals and Minerals Import and Export Corporation.. 164

99   Guangxi China Tin Group Co. Ltd. 166

100   Yunnan United Antimony Industries Corp. 167

101   Guangxi Youngsun Metal Chemical Co., Ltd. 169

102   Hunan ShuiKouShan Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd. 171

103   Shandong Zhao Jin (Group) Corporation.. 172

104   Shanghai Metals and Minerals Import and Export Corporation.. 174

105   Yunnan Copper Industry (Group) Corporation Ltd. 176

106   Yunnan Metallurgical Group Import & Export and Logistics Co., Ltd. 177

107   Yunnan Tin Co. Ltd. 179

108   Baiyin Nonferrous Group Corporation.. 181

109   Tong Ling Nonferrous Metals (Group) Corporation.. 182

110   Da Ye Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd. 184

111   Ningxia Tian Ma Metallurgical and Chemical Industry Co. Ltd. 186

112   Jiangsu Holly International Group. 187

113   China Chengtong Metal (Group) Corp. 189

114   CNACC International Co., Ltd. 191

115   China Grain Reserves Corp. 192

116   Chinatex Group. 194

117   China National Offshore Oil Corporation.. 196

118   Chongyi Zhangyuan Tungsten Co. Ltd. 197

119   Hunan Hsikwangshan Twinkling Star Antimony Import and Export Co. LtD. 199

120   GuangDong Metals and Minerals Import and Export Group Corporation.. 201

121   Dongguan Jiefu Flame-Retarded Materials Co., Ltd. 202

122   Guangdong Mikuni Antimony Industries Co., Ltd. 204

123   Sichuan Xinju Mineral Resource Development Co., Ltd. 206

124   Lanzhou Jinhai Antimony Co., Ltd. 207

125   China National Pearl Diamond Gem and Jewelry Import and Export Corporation   209

126   Henan Yuguang Gold and Lead Co., LTD. 211

127   Hunan Zhuzhou Smelting Plant Torch Metal Import and Export Co., Ltd. 212

128   Hunan Xingguang Smelting Co., Ltd. 214

129   Chenzhou Jingui Silver Industry Co., Ltd. 216

130   Fenghua Advanced Technology Holding Co., Ltd. 217

131   Anyang Yubei Gold and Lead Group. 219

132   Hunan Yongxing Yishui Rare Precious Metal Recycle Co., Ltd. 221

133   Hunan Yuteng Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd. 222

134   Guangxi Chengyuan Mining and Smelting Co., Ltd. 224

135   Shandong Humon Smelting Co., Ltd. 226

136   Guangdong Mingfa Precious Metal Co., Ltd. 227

137   Hunan Jinwang Bismuth Industrial Co., Ltd. 229

138   Yongxing Zhaojin Precious Metal Processing and Fabrication  Co., Ltd. 231

139   Yongxing Fuxing Precious Metal Co., Ltd. 232

140   Xiangguang Copper Co., Ltd. 234

141   Henan Gold Rakem Lead Co., Ltd. 236

142   Tongling Nonferrous Metals Group Co., Ltd. 237

143   Gejiu Lianxing Precious Metals Co., Ltd. 239

144   Anyang Minshan Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd. 241

145   Hunan Huaxin Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd. 242

146   Yongxing Xihe Lead Co., Ltd. 244

147   Dongying Fangyuan Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd. 246

148   Jinlong Copper Co., Ltd. 247

149   Yantai Penghui Copper Industry Co., Ltd. 249

150   Hunan Zhantai Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd. 251

151   Chenzhou Fengyue Science and Technology Co., Ltd. 252

152   Jiangxi Longtianyong Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd. 254

153   Zijin Copper Industry Co., Ltd. 256

 

1  China National Cereals, Oils & Foodstuff Import & Export Co. (group)

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

China National Cereals, Oils & Foodstuff Import & Export Co. (Group)

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Grain and sugar. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

1.       The Interim Measures for the Administration of Import Tariff Quotas of Agricultural Products, NDRC and MOFCOM [2003] No. 4 (27 September 2003)

 

2.       2014 Grain and Cotton Import Tariff Quotas, Eligibility Criteria and Allocation Principles, NDRC and MOFCOM [2013] No. 39 (25 September 2013)

 

3.       2014 Public Notice on the Catalogue of Goods Subject to the Administration of Export Licensing, MOFCOM and GAC [2013] No. 96 (31 December 2013)

 

4.       2014 Sugar Import Tariff Rate Quotas Quantity, Application Conditions and Allocation Principles, MOFCOM [2013] No. 68 (27 September 2013)

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly.

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly. 

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

2  China National Export Bases Development Co.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

China National Export Bases Development Co.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Sugar. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

1.       The Interim Measures for the Administration of Import Tariff Quotas of Agricultural Products, NDRC and MOFCOM [2003] No. 4 (27 September 2003)

 

2.       2014 Sugar Import Tariff Rate Quotas Quantity, Application Conditions and Allocation Principles, MOFCOM [2013] No. 68 (27 September 2013)

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly.

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

3  China Sugar and Wine Co. (Group)

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

China Sugar and Wine Co. (Group)

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Sugar. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

1.       The Interim Measures for the Administration of Import Tariff Quotas of Agricultural Products, NDRC and MOFCOM [2003] No. 4 (27 September 2003)

 

2.       2014 Sugar Import Tariff Rate Quotas Quantity, Application Conditions and Allocation Principles, MOFCOM [2013] No. 68 (27 September 2013)

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly.

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly. 

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly. 

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly. 

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

 

4  China Commerce Foreign Trade Co.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

China Commerce Foreign Trade Co.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Sugar. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

1.       The Interim Measures for the Administration of Import Tariff Quotas of Agricultural Products, NDRC and MOFCOM [2003] No. 4 (27 September 2003)

 

2.       2014 Sugar Import Tariff Rate Quotas Quantity, Application Conditions and Allocation Principles, MOFCOM [2013] No. 68 (27 September 2013)

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly.

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

5  Sinochem Group

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Sinochem Group[4]

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Crude oil, processed oil (including fuel oil), aviation kerosene, chemical fertilizer, tungsten and tungstate products. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

1.       The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Imports, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002)

 

2.       2014 Public Notice on the Catalogue of Goods Subject to the Administration of Export Licensing, MOFCOM and GAC [2013] No. 96 (31 December 2013)

 

3.       Publication of the 2014 Tungsten, Antimony, and Silver Export State Trading Enterprise Quota Application Conditions and Procedures, MOFCOM Public Notice [2013] No. 78 (28 October 2013)

 

4.       Notice on the 2014 Tungsten, Antimony, and Silver Export State Trading Enterprise List, Shang Mao Han [2013] No. 1012 (13 December 2013)

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly.

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

       

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

6  China International United Petroleum & Chemicals Co.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

China International United Petroleum & Chemicals Co. (Sinopec)

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Crude oil and processed oil (including fuel oil). China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

1.       The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002)

 

2.       2014 Public Notice on the Catalogue of Goods Subject to the Administration of Export Licensing, MOFCOM and GAC [2013] No. 96 (31 December 2013)

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly.

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

7  China National United Oil Co.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

China National United Oil Co.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Crude oil and processed oil (including fuel oil). China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

1.       The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002)

 

2.       2014 Public Notice on the Catalogue of Goods Subject to the Administration of Export Licensing, MOFCOM and GAC [2013] No. 96 (31 December 2013)

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly.

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

8  Zhuzhai Zhen Rong Company

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Zhuhai Zhen Rong Company

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Crude oil and processed oil (including fuel oil). China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly.

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

9  China Aviation Oil Import and Export Co. Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

China Aviation Oil Import and Export Co. Ltd.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Aviation kerosene. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly.

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

       

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

10  China Petro-chemical International Co. Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

China Petro-Chemical International Co. Ltd.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly.

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

11  China Arts Hua Hai Import and Export Co. Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

China Arts Hua Hai Import and Export Co. Ltd.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly.

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

12  China Marine Bunker (Petro China) Co., Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

China Marine Bunker (Petro China) Co., Ltd.[5]

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

13  China National Water Resources and Electric Power Material and Equipment Co. Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

China National Water Resources and Electric Power Material and Equipment Co. Ltd.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

14  Everbright Petroleum and Natural Gas Development and Investment Co. Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Everbright Petroleum and Natural Gas Development and Investment Co. Ltd.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

15  China Hua Neng International Economic and Trade Co.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

China Hua Neng International Economic and Trade Co.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

16  China Beijing International Economic Cooperation Co.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

China Beijing International Economic Cooperation Co.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

17  Tianjin Elec-Mech International Trade Co.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Tianjin Elec-Mech International Trade Co.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

18  Hebei Metals and Minerals Corp. Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Hebei Metals and Minerals Corp. Ltd.[6]

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

19  Shanxi Tian Li Enterprise Co. Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Shanxi Tian Li Enterprise Co. Ltd.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

20  Liaoning Huiming International Trade Co. Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Liaoning Huiming International Trade Co. Ltd.[7]

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

21  Dalian Golden Sun Import and Export Co. Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Dalian Golden Sun Import and Export Co. Ltd.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

22  JiNlin Foreign Trade Import and Export Co.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Jinlin Foreign Trade Import and Export Co.[8]

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

23  Sinochem Heilongjiang Import and Export Co.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Sinochem Heilongjiang Import and Export Co.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

24  Orient International Holding Shanghai Foreign Trade Co. Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Orient International Holding Shanghai Foreign Trade Co. Ltd.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

       

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

25  Shanghai Materials Group Import and Export Co. Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Shanghai Materials Group Import and Export Co. Ltd.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

26  Jiangsu Fuel Co.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Jiangsu Fuel Co.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)    Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

27  Suzhou Industrial Park Co. Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Suzhou Industrial Park Co. Ltd.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly.

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

28  Zhejiang Metal Material Co.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Zhejiang Metal Material Co.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

29  Zhejiang Di Da Import and Export Co. Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Zhejiang Di Da Import and Export Co. Ltd.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly. 

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.     Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

30  Ningbo Ning Shing Co. (Group)

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Ningbo Ning Shing Co. (Group)

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly.

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

4.     Statistical Information

 

Import information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Export information by product:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

Domestic activities where state trading enterprise also trades products internationally:

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

5.    Reason why no foreign trade has taken place

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

6.     Additional Information

 

China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

31  Anhui Chemicals Import and Export Co. Ltd.

1.     Enumeration of State Trading Enterprises

 

(a)    Identification of state trading enterprise:

 

Anhui Chemicals Import and Export Co. Ltd.

 

(b)    Description of products affected:

 

Fuel oil. China should promptly notify the HS tariff number(s), at the appropriate level of specificity.

 

2.     Reason and Purpose

 

(a)    Reason or purpose for establishing and/or maintaining state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(b)    Legal authority:

 

The Provisional Administrative Measures for Crude Oil, Processed Oil, Chemical Fertilizer Import Operations, MOFTEC [2002] No. 27 (18 July 2002).

 

China should notify any other relevant legal authorities promptly.

 

3.     Description of the Functioning of the State Trading Enterprise

 

(a)    Summary statement providing overview of operations of the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(b)     Specification of exclusive or special rights or privileges enjoyed by the state trading enterprise:

 

See 2(b) above. China should notify any additional information promptly.

 

(c)     Type of entities other than the state trading enterprise that are allowed to engage in importation/exportation and conditions for participation:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(d)    How import/export levels are determined by the state trading enterprise:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(e)    How export prices are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(f)     How the resale prices of imported products are determined:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(g)     Whether long-term contracts are negotiated by the state trading enterprise. Whether the state trading enterprise is used to fulfil contractual obligations entered into by the government:

 

As China is best suited to provide this information, as opposed to another WTO Member, China should notify this information promptly.

 

(h)    Description of market structure: