Business - What specific requirements shall development and reform departments at all levels follow in regulating a newly launched foreign-invested project and tightening the standards for approval?
Development and reform departments at all levels shall tighten the approval of newly launched foreign-invested projects in accordance with the Notice of the General Office of the State Council on Strengthening and Regulating the Management of Newly Launched Projects (Guo Ban Fa  No. 64). The owner of the project shall submit the application report to development and reform departments, including relevant documents if approval of site selection, pre-examination of land for use, and Environmental Impact Assessment are involved. The documents shall go through the correct procedures and all departments shall not overstep their own authority. Development and reform departments shall strictly limit projects causing serious environmental pollution or requiring high consumption of materials and resources and shall not approve any project that has none of the required documents mentioned above or does not meet the requirements in the Tentative Administrative Measures on Approving Foreign-Invested Projects by NDRC (No. 22 Decree of NDRC). Development and reform departments at all levels shall also step up communication with the Ministry of Land and Resources, the Ministry of Environmental Protection, the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, the Ministry of Commerce, Administration of Exchange Control, and the customs and taxation departments so that all can shoulder their own responsibilities while cooperating with one another to promote synergy and improve the coordination mechanism for the management of foreign-invested projects.
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