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Decree No.2, 2017 of the Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China - Decision on Revising the Interim Administrative Measures for the Record-filing of the Incorporation and Change of Foreign-funded Enterprises
Promulgation Date:2017-07-30  Promulgation Number:Decree No.2, 2017 of the Ministry of Commerce  Promulgation Department:Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China

Decree No.2, 2017 of the Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China - Decision on Revising the Interim Administrative Measures for the Record-filing of the Incorporation and Change of Foreign-funded Enterprises

Decree No.2, 2017 of the Ministry of Commerce

       

The Decision on Revising the Interim Administrative Measures for the Record-filing of the Incorporation and Change of Foreign-funded Enterprises, adopted after deliberation at the 101st executive meeting of the Ministry of Commerce, is hereby promulgated for implementation as of the date of promulgation.

Minister, Zhongshan

July 30, 2017

               

Decision on Revising the Interim Administrative Measures for the Record-filing of the Incorporation and Change of Foreign-funded Enterprises

                 

In order to promote the reform of foreign investment administration systems, and reflect the reform towards streamlining government functions and administration and delegating powers while improving regulation, and optimizing services, the mergers and acquisitions of domestic non-foreign-funded enterprises, and the strategic investment in listed companies, by foreign investors shall, if not involving special administrative measures and affiliated mergers and acquisitions, be subject to the record-filing administration. The Ministry of Commerce has decided to revise the Interim Administrative Measures for the Record-filing of the Incorporation and Change of Foreign-funded Enterprises (Decree No.3, 2016 of the Ministry of Commerce) as follows:

I. One paragraph is added to Article 5 as Paragraph 2 thereof, which reads: "Where a non-foreign-funded enterprise is changed into a foreign-funded enterprise by mergers and acquisitions, mergers or otherwise, which falls within the scope of record-filing as prescribed herein, record-filing formalities on incorporation shall be gone through in accordance with Paragraph 1 of the present article, and an Application for Incorporation shall be filled in."

II. One item is added to Paragraph 1 of Article 6 as Item 3 thereof, which reads: "change of the basic information of the incorporation of a foreign-funded enterprise by mergers and acquisitions."

III. One article is added as Article 7, which reads: "Where a foreign investor strategically invests in a listed non-foreign-funded enterprise, which falls within the scope of record-filing as prescribed herein, record-filing formalities shall be gone through and an Application for Incorporation shall be filled in before the registration of securities with a securities registration and settlement institution or within 30 days upon registration.

Where strategic investment of a new foreign investor is introduced into a listed foreign-funded enterprise, which falls within the scope of record-filing, recording-filing formalities on change shall be gone through and an Application for Change shall be filled in before the registration of securities with a securities registration and settlement institution or within 30 days upon registration.

After the completion of record-filing, if the record-filing information on strategic investment changes, the record-filing of change shall be handled within five days as of the date when a person obligated to disclose information shall fulfill the information disclosure obligation as required by the Securities Law and the relevant provisions."

IV. One item is added to Paragraph 1 of Article 7 as Item 7 thereof, which reads: "the equity structure diagram of the ultimate actual controller of the foreign-funded enterprise (if the change does not involve a change of the ultimate actual controller of the foreign-funded enterprise, there is no need to provide the same)", and such item shall also be added to the section "Materials to Be Submitted Online" in the appendices.

V. One item is added to Paragraph 1 of Article 7 as Item 8 thereof, which reads: "if a foreign investor makes payment by equity in an overseas company, the Certificate of Overseas Investment by Enterprises of the domestic enterprise that obtains the equity in the overseas company shall be provided", and such item shall also be added to the section "Materials to Be Submitted Online" in the appendices.

VI. Delete the "Application for the Record-filing of the Incorporation of Foreign-funded Enterprises" contained in Appendix I "Application Materials for the Record-filing of the Incorporation of Foreign-funded Enterprises" and the "Application for the Record-filing of the Change of Foreign-funded Enterprises" contained in Appendix II "Application Materials for the Record-filing of the Change of Foreign-funded Enterprises".

In addition, the corresponding adjustments shall be made to the order of the relevant articles, paragraphs and items accordingly.

               

Interim Administrative Measures for the Record-filing of the Incorporation and Change of Foreign-funded Enterprises (Revised)

                  

Chapter I General Provisions

Article 1In order to further expand opening-up, promote the reform of the foreign investment management system, and improve our business environment in terms of legal, international and business-friendly practices, the Interim Administrative Measures for the Record-filing of the Incorporation and Change of Foreign-funded Enterprises (these "Measures") are formulated in accordance with the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Chinese-Foreign Equity Joint Ventures, the Law of the people’s Republic of China on Chinese-Foreign Contractual Joint Ventures, the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Foreign-Capital Enterprises, the Company Law of the People's Republic of China and the relevant laws, administrative regulations and decisions of the State Council.

Article 2If the incorporation and change of a foreign-funded enterprise does not involve the implementation of special access administrative measures prescribed by the State, these Measures shall apply.

Article 3 The competent commerce department under the State Council is responsible for the coordination and guidance of the record-filing administration for the incorporation and change of nationwide foreign-funded enterprises.

Competent commerce departments of all provinces, autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the Central Government, cities specifically designated in the state plan, Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps and cities at the deputy provincial level, and the relevant institutions of pilot free trade zones and state-level economic and technological development zones are institutions in charge of the record-filing of the incorporation and change of foreign-funded enterprises and responsible for the recording-filing administration for the incorporation and change of foreign-funded enterprises within their jurisdictions.

Institutions in charge of record-filing carry out the record-filing work through the foreign investment comprehensive administration information system (hereinafter referred to as the "comprehensive administration system").

Article 4 Foreign-funded enterprises or their investors shall provide information for record-filing in accordance with these Measures in an authentic, accurate and complete manner, and fill in the letter of commitment for record-filing application, and ensure that there are no false descriptions, misleading statements or major omissions. Foreign-funded enterprises or their investors shall properly keep a record of evidentiary materials related to the information already submitted for record-filing.

Chapter II Record-filing Procedures

Article 5 Where the incorporation of a foreign-funded enterprise falls within the scope prescribed in these Measures, after the prior approval of the enterprise name is obtained, the representative designated or agent jointly entrusted by all investors (or all promoters of a foreign-funded company limited by shares) before the issuance of a business license, or the representative designated or agent entrusted by the foreign-funded enterprise within 30 days upon issuance of a business license, shall fill in and submit online an Application for the Record-filing of the Incorporation of a Foreign-funded Enterprise (hereinafter referred to as the "Application for Incorporation") and the relevant documents via the comprehensive administration system, and go through record-filing formalities on incorporation.

Where a non-foreign-funded enterprise is changed into a foreign-funded enterprise by mergers and acquisitions, mergers or otherwise, which falls within the scope of record-filing as prescribed herein, record-filing formalities on incorporation shall be gone through in accordance with Paragraph 1 of the present article, and an Application for Incorporation shall be filled in.

Article 6 Where a foreign-funded enterprise within the scope of record-filing prescribed in these Measures falls under any of the following change matters, the representative designated or agent entrusted by the foreign-funded enterprise shall fill in and submit online an Application for the Record-filing of the Change of a Foreign-funded Enterprise (hereinafter referred to as the "Application for Change") and the relevant documents within 30 days upon occurrence of the change via the comprehensive administration system, and go through recording-filing formalities on change:

1. change of the basic information of a foreign-funded enterprise, including the name, registered address, type of business, operating period, investment industry, business type, business scope, whether or not falling within the scope of tax reduction or exemption for imported equipment stipulated by the State, registered capital, total investment, organizational structure, and legal representative, as well as the information, contact persons and contact methods of the ultimate actual controller of the foreign-funded enterprise;

2. change of the basic information of investors of a foreign-funded enterprise, including the name (title), nationality/region or address (place of registration or registered address), permit or license type and number, subscribed capital contribution, type of investment, investment period, sources of funds, and change of the type of investor;

3. change of the basic information of the incorporation of a foreign-funded enterprise by mergers and acquisitions;

4. change in equity (shares) or cooperation interests;

5. combination, division or dissolution;

6. a foreign-capital enterprise mortgaging its interests in property to others;

7. advance recovery of investments by foreign partners of a Chinese-foreign contractual joint venture; and

8. entrusted operation and administration of a Chinese-foreign contractual joint venture.

Where such matters as combination, division and capital reduction shall be announced under the relevant laws and regulations, the handling of announcement formalities shall be stated in making record-filing of change.

Where the said change is subject to resolution by the highest authority, the time to make the resolution by the highest authority of a foreign-funded enterprise is the time of occurrence of the change; in the event of conditions otherwise required concerning the entry into force of the change of foreign-funded enterprises as prescribed by laws and regulations, the time to meet the appropriate requirements is the time of occurrence of the change.

Listed foreign-funded companies and foreign-funded companies listed on the National Equities Exchange and Quotations may go through record-filing formalities in respect of change in the basic information of investors or shares only when there is an accumulated change of more than 5% in the shareholding ratio of foreign investors and a change in the holding position or relative holding position.

Article 7Where a foreign investor strategically invests in a listed non-foreign-funded enterprise, which falls within the scope of record-filing as prescribed herein, record-filing formalities shall be gone through and an Application for Incorporation shall be filled in before the registration of securities with a securities registration and settlement institution or within 30 days upon registration.

Where strategic investment of a new foreign investor is introduced into a listed foreign-funded enterprise, which falls within the scope of record-filing, recording-filing formalities on change shall be gone through and an Application for Change shall be filled in before the registration of securities with a securities registration and settlement institution or within 30 days upon registration.

After the completion of record-filing, if the record-filing information on strategic investment changes, the record-filing of change shall be handled within five days as of the date when a person obligated to disclose information shall fulfill the information disclosure obligation as required by the Securities Law and the relevant provisions.

Article 8When a foreign-funded enterprise or any of its investors goes through the record-filing formalities on the incorporation or change of such enterprise, the following documents shall be uploaded via the comprehensive administration system:

1. materials for the prior approval of the name or the business license of the foreign-funded enterprise;

2. a Letter of Commitment Regarding the Record-filing of the Incorporation of a Foreign-funded Enterprise signed by all investors (or all promoters) of the foreign-funded enterprise or its authorized representative, or a Letter of Commitment Regarding the Record-filing of the Change of a Foreign-funded Enterprise signed by the legal representative or authorized representative of the foreign-funded enterprise;

3. the certification testifying that all investors (or all promoters) or the foreign-funded enterprise designates a representative or jointly entrusts an agent, including a power of attorney and identity certification of the representative or agent;

4. the certification testifying that the investors or legal representative of the foreign-funded enterprise entrusts another party to sign the relevant documents, including a power of attorney and identity certification of the party (if no other party has been entrusted to sign the relevant documents, there is no need to provide the same);

5. investors' subject qualification certification or natural person identity certification (if the change does not involve the basic information of the investors, there is no need to provide the same);

6. natural person identity certification of the legal representative (if the change does not involve a change of the legal representative, there is no need to provide the same);

7. the equity structure diagram of the ultimate actual controller of the foreign-funded enterprise (if the change does not involve a change of the ultimate actual controller of the foreign-funded enterprise, there is no need to provide the same); and

8. if a foreign investor makes payment by equity in an overseas company which complies with the relevant provisions, the Certificate of Overseas Investment by Enterprises of the domestic enterprise that obtains the equity in the overseas company shall be provided.

Where the original of an above-mentioned document is made in a foreign language, the Chinese translation version shall also be uploaded and submitted; the foreign-funded enterprise or its investors shall ensure that the content of the translation version is consistent with that of the original.

Article 9Where a foreign-funded enterprise has submitted the information for record-filing before a business license is issued, if the actual investment circumstances change, the recording-filing formalities on change shall be gone through with the institution in charge of record-filing within 30 days upon issuance of the business license.

Article 10If there is a change in a foreign-funded enterprise incorporated upon approval, and the changed foreign-funded enterprise does not involve the implementation of special access administrative measures prescribed by the State, record-filing formalities shall be gone through. Once the record-filing is completed, the Certificate of Approval for Establishment of Enterprises with Foreign Investment shall be rendered invalid at the same time.

Article 11In the case of a change in a foreign-funded enterprise subject to record-filing administration which involves the implementation of special access administrative measures prescribed by the State, the examination and approval formalities shall be gone through in accordance with the relevant laws and regulations on foreign investment.

Article 12After a foreign-funded enterprise or its investors submit online an Application for Incorporation or Application for Change and related documents, the institution in charge of record-filing will verify the completeness and accuracy of the filled-in information in the form and check whether the reporting matters fall within the scope of record-filing. If they fall within the scope of record-filing prescribed in these Measures, the institution in charge of record-filing shall complete record-filing within three working days; otherwise, the institution in charge of record-filing shall inform, within three working days, the foreign-funded enterprise or its investors online to handle them in accordance with the relevant provisions and inform the relevant departments to handle them in accordance with the law.

If the institution in charge of recording-filing finds out any incompleteness or inaccuracy in the information filled in by a foreign-funded enterprise or its investors in the form, or further explanation is necessary in connection with its business scope, such institution shall inform the foreign-funded enterprise or its investors online of the relevant information to be supplemented online at one stroke within 15 working days. The time for supplementing the relevant information will not be included in the record-filing time limit set by the institution in charge of record-filing. If a foreign-funded enterprise or any of its investors cannot supplement the relevant information within 15 working days, the institution in charge of record-filing shall inform the foreign-funded enterprise or its investor online that the latter has failed to complete the record-filing. A foreign-funded enterprise or its investor can file separate applications for the record-filing of the same incorporation or change. If the change or incorporation has been executed, an application shall be filed separately within five working days.

Institutions in charge of record-filing shall publish the results via the comprehensive administration system. Foreign-funded enterprises or their investors can make enquiries about the record-filing information in the comprehensive administration system.

Article 13After the completion of record-filing, foreign-funded enterprises or their investors may, on the strength of materials for the prior approval of names of foreign-funded enterprises (copies) or business licenses of foreign-funded enterprises (copies), obtain a Record-filing Receipt for the Incorporation of Foreign-funded Enterprises or Record-filing Receipt for the Change of Foreign-funded Enterprises (hereinafter referred to as the "Record-filing Receipt") from institutions in charge of record-filing.

Article 14The following content is stated in the Record-filing Receipt issued by an institution in charge of record-filing:

1. the application materials have been submitted for the record-filing of the incorporation or change of a foreign-funded enterprise or its investors, and comply with the requirements in terms of form;

2. recorded incorporation or change of the foreign-funded enterprise;

3. incorporation or change of such foreign-funded enterprise falls within the scope of record-filing; and

4. whether such enterprise falls within the scope of tax reduction or exemption for imported equipment stipulated by the State.

Chapter III Supervision and Administration

Article 15 Competent commerce departments supervise and inspect the compliance with these Measures by foreign-funded enterprises and their investors.

Competent commerce departments can perform spot checks, conduct examination according to reports, and perform checks based on the recommendations and feedback of the departments concerned or judiciary organs, as well as carry out ex officio supervision and inspection by starting checks or otherwise.

Competent commerce departments and the relevant administrative departments of public security, state-owned assets, customs, tax, industry and commerce, securities, and foreign exchange shall closely cooperate and coordinate to strengthen information sharing. If a competent commerce department finds, in the process of supervision and inspection, any illegal or irregular behavior of any foreign-funded enterprise or its investors which does not fall within the scope of its administrative responsibilities, it shall promptly inform the departments concerned.

Article 16Competent commerce departments shall, in accordance with the requirements for fair specifications, randomly determine objects for checks based on record-filing numbers of foreign-funded enterprises and randomly select and assign checkers to supervise and inspect foreign-funded enterprises and their investors. Random-check results are to be publicized by competent commerce departments via the foreign investment information disclosure platform of the Ministry of Commerce.

Article 17If a citizen, legal person or any other organization finds that any foreign-funded enterprise or any of its investors has committed any behavior in violation of these Measures, such citizen, legal person or organization can report the case to the competent commerce department. Where a report is made in writing with clearly-identified persons reported against and the relevant facts and evidence provided, the competent commerce department shall conduct necessary check after receiving the report.

Article 18Where any other relevant department or judicial organ finds any behavior of a foreign-funded enterprise or its investors in violation of these Measures during performance of its duties, suggestions of supervision and inspection may be made to the competent commerce department, which shall promptly perform checks after receiving the relevant suggestions.

Article 19For foreign-funded enterprises or their investors failing to carry out record-filing in accordance with these Measures or having any record of inauthentic record-filing, rendering no cooperation on supervision and inspection, or refusing to implement the administrative penalty decisions made by competent commerce departments, the competent commerce departments may launch an ex officio inspection of them.

Article 20The supervision and inspection conducted by competent commerce departments on foreign-funded enterprises or their investors shall include:

1. whether the record-filing procedures have been handled in accordance with these Measures;

2. whether the record-filing information filled in by foreign-funded enterprises or their investors is authentic, accurate and complete;

3. whether they have conducted investment and operation activities in forbidden investment sectors listed in the special access administrative measures prescribed by the State;

4. whether they have conducted investment and operation activities in the restricted investment sectors listed in the special access administrative measures prescribed by the State without approval;

5. whether there are circumstances which trigger the national safety review;

6. whether they have forged, altered, rented out, lent, or transferred the Record-filing Receipt; and

7. whether they have executed the administrative penalty decisions made by competent commerce departments.

Article 21When conducting inspection, competent commerce departments may examine the relevant materials in accordance with the law or require the examinees to provide the relevant materials, and the examinees shall truthfully provide such materials.

Article 22The inspection conducted by competent commerce departments shall not impede the normal production and business activities of examinees. Things of value or services offered by examinees shall not be accepted. Unlawful interests shall not be sought.

Article 23The integrity information of foreign-funded enterprises or their investors found out in the process of supervision and inspection by competent commerce departments and other competent departments shall be kept in the foreign investment integrity records system of the Ministry of Commerce. Specifically, in the case of any failure to carry out record-filing in accordance with these Measures, any inauthentic record-filing, any case of forging, altering, renting out, lending or transferring the Record-filing Receipt, rendering no cooperation on supervision and inspection, or refusing to implement the administrative penalty decisions made by competent commerce departments, competent commerce departments shall disclose the relevant integrity information via the foreign investment information disclosure platform of the Ministry of Commerce.

The Ministry of Commerce and the relevant departments shall share the integrity information of foreign-funded enterprises and their investors.

The integrity information disclosed or shared by competent commerce departments according to the preceding two paragraphs may not contain any personal privacy or trade secrets of foreign-funded enterprises or their investors, or state secrets.

Article 24Foreign-funded enterprises and their investors may check their own integrity information in the foreign investment integrity records system of the Ministry of Commerce. If they believe the relevant information is incomplete or erroneous, they may provide the relevant evidentiary materials and apply to the competent commerce departments for correction. Correction shall be made if the situations are found to be true after verification.

Where a foreign-funded enterprise or any of its investors with bad credit records for the violation of these Measures does not violate these Measures again within three years after such enterprise or investor corrects the illegal acts and performs the relevant obligations, the competent commerce department shall remove such bad credit records.

Chapter IV Legal Liability

Article 25Where a foreign-funded enterprise or any of its investors, in violation of the provisions hereof, fails to perform its record-filing obligations, or has significant omissions in the process of record-filing, the competent commerce department shall order such enterprise or investor to make corrections within a prescribed time limit; if it fails to make corrections within the prescribed time limit, or the circumstances are serious, a penalty of not more than CNY30,000 shall be imposed.

Where a foreign-funded enterprise or any of its investors, in violation of the provisions hereof, avoids performing record-filing obligations, or conceals the actual circumstances or provides misleading or false information in the process of record-filing, or forges, alters, rents out, lends or transfers the Record-fling Receipt, the competent commerce department shall order such enterprise or investor to make corrections within a prescribed time limit and impose a penalty of not more than CNY30,000 on it. In the case of violation of other laws and regulations, the relevant departments shall investigate the corresponding legal liability.

Article 26If a foreign-funded enterprise or any of its investors conducts investment and operation activities in restricted investment sectors listed in the special access administrative measures prescribed by the State without approval, the competent commerce department shall order such enterprise or investor to make corrections within a prescribed time limit, and impose a fine of not more than CNY30,000 on it. In the case of violation of other laws and regulations, the relevant departments shall investigate the corresponding legal liability.

Article 27If a foreign-funded enterprise or any of its investors conducts investment and operation activities in forbidden investment sectors listed in the special access administrative measures prescribed by the State, the competent commerce department shall order such enterprise or investor to make corrections within a prescribed time limit, and impose a fine of not more than CNY30,000 on it. In the case of violation of other laws and regulations, the relevant departments shall investigate the corresponding legal liability.

Article 28If a foreign-funded enterprise or any of its investors evades, denies, or otherwise obstructs the supervision and inspection by a competent commerce department, the competent commerce department shall order such enterprise or investor to make corrections and impose a fine of not more than CNY10,000 on it.

Article 29Where a functionary, in the course of record-filing or supervision and administration, abuses his/her powers, commits dereliction of duty, resorts to deception for personal gains, or asks for or accepts bribes, an administrative sanction shall be imposed in accordance with the law; if a crime is constituted, criminal liability shall be investigated in accordance with the law.

Chapter V Supplementary Provisions

Article 30For incorporation or change of a foreign-funded enterprise that has been accepted by the competent commerce department before the implementation of these Measures, the examination and approval for which has not been completed and which is within the scope of record-filing, the examination and approval procedures shall be terminated, and the foreign-funded enterprise or its investors shall go through the record-filing formalities in accordance with these Measures.

Article 31If a foreign investment matter involves antitrust review, the relevant provisions shall apply.

Article 32Where a foreign investment matter involves the national security review, it will be handled according to the relevant provisions. When an institution in charge of record-filing believes that a foreign investment matter may fall within the scope of national security review in handling record-filing procedures or supervision and inspection, but the investors of the foreign-funded enterprise concerned fail to file an application for national security review with the Ministry of Commerce, such institution shall promptly inform the investors to do so, temporarily suspend the handling of the relevant procedures, and meanwhile report the relevant circumstances to the Ministry of Commerce.

Article 33Foreign-funded enterprises of the class of investment (including investment companies and venture capital companies) shall be deemed as foreign investors and governed by these Measures.

Article 34If the investment made by investors in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the Macau Special Administrative Region or Taiwan region does not involve the implementation of special access administrative measures prescribed by the State, these Measures shall apply mutatis mutandis.

Article 35Hong Kong service providers shall invest only in the service trade sectors in the Mainland available to Hong Kong investors under the Agreement on Trade in Services under the Mainland and Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement, and Macau service providers shall invest only in the service trade sectors in the Mainland available to Macau investors under the Agreement on Trade in Services under the Mainland and Macau Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement. The record-filing of the incorporation and change of their companies shall be subject to the Administrative Measures for the Record-filing of Investments by Hong Kong and Macau Service Providers in the Mainland (for Trial Implementation).

Article 36Where departmental rules and the relevant documents promulgated by the Ministry of Commerce before these Measures come into force are inconsistent with these Measures, these Measures shall prevail.

Article 37The relevant institutions of pilot free trade zones and state-level economic and technological development zones shall supervise and inspect the compliance by foreign-funded enterprises within their jurisdictions and their investors with these Measures according to Chapter III and Chapter IV hereof.

Article 38These Measures shall come into force as of the date of promulgation. The Administrative Measures for the Record-filing of Foreign Investment in Pilot Free Trade Zones (for Trial Implementation) (Announcement No.12, 2015 of the Ministry of Commerce) shall be repealed simultaneously.

Appendices: I. Application Materials for the Record-filing of the Incorporation of Foreign-funded Enterprises (omitted)

II. Application Materials for the Record-filing of the Change of Foreign-funded Enterprises (omitted)

III. Record-filing Receipt for the Incorporation of Foreign-funded Enterprises (omitted)

IV. Record-filing Receipt for the Change of Foreign-funded Enterprises (omitted)

(Note: website of the foreign investment comprehensive administration information system: http://wzzxbs.mofcom.gov.cn)

                        

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