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  • Trade Agreement between the Government of the People's Republic of China and the Government of the Republic of India
    The Government of the People's Republic of China and the Government of the Republic of India,

    Being desirous of further promoting:

    friendly relations between the two countries and the peoples;

    trade and economic relations on the basis of equality and mutual benefit;

    Have agreed as follows:

    Article 1
    The two contracting parties shall promote the development of trade relations of the two countries within the framework of this agreement and of laws and regulations in force in their respective countries.

    Article 2

    Each party shall accord to the commerce of the other party the Most-Favoured-Nation treatment, in particular with respect to :

    a) Customs duties, taxes, and charges of any kind, including the method of levying such duties ,taxes and charges ,imposed on or in connection with importation and exportation of goods;

    b)all rules , procedures and formalities in connection with importation and exportation as well as customs declaration and customs clearance;

    c) all internal taxes or other internal charges of any kind imposed on or in connection with imported and exported goods;

    d) Juridical person (including foreign trade organisations) and natural persons of either Contracting Party shall be accorded treatment no less favourable than that accorded to juridical persons (including foreign trade organisations) and natural persons of any third country with respect to payments, remittances, and transfers of funds of financial instruments between the territories of the two Contracting Parties as well as between the territories of the other C0ontracting Party and a third country .

    The provisions of para 1 shall not , however, apply to :

    a) advantages accorded by either party to contiguous countries for the purpose of facilitating frontier traffic;

    b) advantages resulting from any customs union or free trade area to which either party is or may become a party , or any advantage or preference, continuing under Commonwealth Preferences, or accorded under multilateral agreements for expansion of trade among developing countries to which either of the governments is or may become a party .

    Article 3

    Merchant ships of either country with cargoes and crews ,or without cargoes on board ,will ,while entering ,staying in or leaving the ports of the other country ,enjoy the Most –Favoured –Nation treatment granted by their respective laws , rules and regulations to ships under third country flag. This principle shall not ,however, apply to ships engaged in coastal navigation of either party.

    Article 4

    Each party shall give full consideration to suggestions that may be made from time to time by the other party for facilitating the import into one country of commodities which are available for export from the other , and for the development and expansion of commerce, and diversification of trade between the two countries.

    Article 5

    The import and export of goods /commodities will be carried out in accordance with the effective laws and rules on import, export and foreign exchange control in either country on the basis of agreements concluded between import and export traders or trading organisations of the two countries.

    Article 6

    All payments for trade between the two countries shall be made in freely convertible currencies, acceptable to both countries, subject to regulations of foreign exchange control in force in either country .

    Article 7

    The contracting parties shall en courage the parties involved in a dispute arising from or relating to a trade contract between trade organisations or import and export traders of the two counties ,to settle their disputes through friendly negotiations , If the dispute cannot be settled through negotiation, the parties concerned may present the dispute to the permanent arbitration organisation of the defendant's country for conciliation or arbitration, in accordance with its procedures and regulations. The parties may also submit it for arbitration on the basis of the arbitration clause which is stipulated by the parties in their contract. The contracting parties shall provide necessary facilities for the endorcement of arbitral awards made in either of the countries, in their respective countries,

    Article 8

    The two contracting parties shall facilitate each other 's participation in trade fairs to be held in either country and shall ,subject to its internal laws and regulations and subject to such conditions as may be prescribed ,exempt goods meant for any fair /exhibition, demonstration, seminar, congress or conference in the territory of either contracting party and not intended for sale, from customs duties and other similar charges leviable thereon in its territory .

    Article 9

    The contracting parties agree to provide facility to the import and export of goods listed in schedules "A" and "B" attached to this Agreement. The said schedules may ,by mutual consent ,be amended or modified.

    The above provision shall not preclude commercial transactions in goods not listed in the said schedules.

    Article 10

    The provisions of this Agreement shall continue to be applied, after its expiry, to all contracts for trade transactions concluded but not fully executed before the termination of this Agreement.

    Article 11

    In order to facilitate the implementation of this Agreement the contracting parties shall consult each other, as and when necessary ,and meet alternately in Beijing and New Dehli.

    Article 12

    This Agreement shall come into force on the date of its signature and shall remain valid for a period of three years . Thereafter ,it shall be automatically extended for subsequent periods of three years unless a written notice s given by either side for the termination of this Agreement six months before the date of its expiry.

    IN WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned being duly authorised by their respective Governments have signed the pre sent Agreement.

    Done in Beijing on 15th August, 1984 in two original copies each, in Chinese, Hindi and English languages. The three texts shall be equally authentic, but in case of any divergence of interpretation, the English text shall prevail.

    For the government of the For the Government of

    People's Republic of China the Republic of India

    Schedule "A"

    Goods/Commodities to be exported from the people's Republic of China to the Republic of India.

    1,Cereals, oils, foodstuffs and native produce.

    2,Fresh water cultivated pearls and other arts and crafts.

    3,Non –ferrous metals and mineral products.

    4,Chemicals and pharmaceutical materials.

    5,Machinery, equipment, tools and bearings.

    6,Raw silk and silk products.

    7,Light industrial products.


    Schedule "B"

    Goods/Commodities to be exported from the Republic of India to the People's Republic of China.

    1,Ferrous and non-ferrous ores (Iron ore, Chrome ore , Manganese ore, etc.)

    2,Sugar, Shellac , tobacco, raw cotton and other agricultural products , medicinal herbs and finished leather.

    3,Iron and steel item s and light engineering goods.

    4,Sheet glass and other light building material .

    5,Chemicals and related products.

    6,Machinery, instruments, equipment and tools.

    7,Complete plants for cement, sugar ,textiles, tyres and tubes, paper, coal mining, dairying , chemicals and thermal plants

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