Catalog restricting and prohibiting foreign investment
Catalog of industries restricting foreign investment
|1 Production of washing machines, refrigerators, and freezers. |
|2 Production of synthetic fatty alcohol, alcohol ether and alcohol ether sulfate. |
|3 Manufacture of air-conditioning and refrigerator compressors with a shaft power of under 2 kw. |
|1 Drawing of chemical fiber in conventional chipper spinning. |
|2 Production of viscose staple fiber with an annual single production line capacity standing at less than 20,000 tons. |
|III Petrochemical and chemical industries |
|1 Production of barium salt. |
|2 Construction of oil refineries with a capacity of less than 5 million tons a year. |
|3 Retreading of cross-ply and old tires, excluding radial tires, and production of lowperformance industrial rubber accessories. |
|4 Production of titanium white through sulfuric acid process. |
|IV Machine-building industry |
|1 Manufacture of equipment for ordinary polyester filament and staple fiber. |
|2 Manufacture of diesel generating units. |
|3 Production of various kinds of ordinary abrasives, including corundum and silicon-carbide, abrasion wheels with a diameter of less than 400 mm and artificial diamond saw bits. |
|4 Manufacture of electric drills and grinders. |
|5 Ordinary carbon-steel welding rods. |
|6 Common standard fasteners, and common small and medium-size bearings. |
|7 Ordinary lead-acid batteries. |
|10 Aluminum-alloy wheel hubs. |
|1 Satellite television receivers and key parts. |
|2 Digital program-controlled switchboards for telephone offices and substations. |
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Book title: Chinese Legal Reform: The Case of Foreign Investment Law.
Contributors: Yan Wang - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2002.
Page number: 188.
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