国务院批转国家进出口委国家计委关于部分物资计划外出口实行许可证办法请示报告的通知 CIRCULAR OF THE STATE COUNCIL CONCERNING THE APPROVAL AND TRANSMISSION OF A REPORT SUBMITTED BY THE STATE IMPORT AND EXPORT COMMISSIONAND THE STATE PLANNING COMMISSION REQUESTING INSTRUCTIONS ON THE IMPOSITION OF EXPORT LICENCE PROCEDURES FOR THE EXPORT OF SOME GOODS AND MATERIALSBE
国发（1981）179号（December 28， 1981）
颁布日期：19811228 实施日期：19811228 颁布单位：国务院
The State Council agrees with the “Report Requesting Instructions on the Imposition of Export Licence Procedures for the Export of Some Goods and Materials Beyond the State Plan” submitted by the State Import and Export Commission and the State Planning Commission， and the Report is hereby transmitted to you； it is required you consider carefully the ways to implement this Report in accordance with the prescribed categories of goods and materials.
A REPORT REQUESTING INSTRUCTIONS ON THE IMPOSITION OF EXPORT LICENCE PROCEDURES FOR THE EXPORT OF SOME GOODS AND MATERIALS BEYOND THE STATE PLAN
With the further implementation of the policy for the readjustment of the national economy， and with the structural reform of foreign trade and the gradual decentralization of power of management， the foreign trade of our country will have a new development. With a view to meeting the needs of the development， various localities and departments have established some export institutions to engage directly in export business. In the course of these developments， owing to poor communication among different localities and departments， the State， on the one hand， imports in large quantities some finished products in short supply at home and other goods and materials that are of the high energy consumption and are not suitable for export， while some localities or departments， on the other hand， are organizing the export of the aforesaid goods and materials beyond the state plan. For the same kind of commodity， the price is low when it is exported， and the price is high when it is imported， and consequently， the State suffers losses in terms of foreign exchange， and is also affected unfavourably with respect to the needs for construction. If this situation is allowed to continue， the country will suffer serious losses. We have， therefore， consulted with the relevant departments， and hereby put forward the following proposals with respect to the export of the goods and materials that are in short supply in China：
1. We hereby propose to designate eleven categories of badly-needed goods and materials， on the export of which， if beyond the state plan， the export licence procedures shall be imposed （the specific catalogue is attached below as appendix）。 The products in short supply as mentioned above are relatively in short supply， for， in the course of the implementation， circumstances might change. It is proposed here that the State Import and Export Commission and the State Planning Commission， while working out the annual plan for the national economy， and through consultation with the competent authorities concerned， set about revising， in good time， the aforesaid catalogue in the light of the supply-and-demand situation
2. With respect to export goods and materials subject to the export licence procedures with the exception of those export commodities that are included in the State plan， materials imported to execute processing contracts， or imported by foreign trade departments for processing into finished goods， or contained in the approved and signed contracts for compensation trade， or commodities on which agreements have been signed between foreign trade departments and local units for supporting the production for export， if any locality or department is to make arrangements， beyond the State plan， for the export of the said goods and materials， or to organize exchange of categories and types that are favorable to us， the case shall obtain the consent of the competent allocating departments， and be submitted to the State Import and Export Commission and the State Planning Commission for approval.
3. Customs offices at various localities should improve their control over the goods and materials that are exported beyond the State plan. In order to facilitate the administration of the Customs offices over the aforesaid export goods and materials， all localities and departments that deal in the eleven categories of export goods and materials stipulated in the said catalogue， either within or beyond the State plan， shall all apply to the foreign trade departments for export licences and the Customs offices shall examine the export according to the licences； otherwise， no clearance shall be given to these goods and materials.
4. All the goods and materials listed in the catalogue for export beyond the State plan， so long as their quality meets the state standards and no problem arises in transportation， shall be purchased at the prices set by the state， by the competent allocating departments， or the competent allocating departments shall assist in locating users for domestic sale. If the above proposals are feasible， we request that they be approved and transmitted to all departments and all provinces， autonomous regions， and municipalities directly under the Central Government for implementation as of February 1， 1982.
CATALOGUE OF GOODS AND MATERIALS SUBJECT TO THE EXPORT LICENCE PROCEDURES FOR THE EXPORT BEYOND THE STATE PLAN
1. crude oil， heavy oil， refined oil.
3. steel products： sheet steel （including zinc-plating steel， tin-plating steel）， strip steel， medium and heavy steel plate （including steel plate for ship-building）， welded pipe （including zinc-plating welded pipe）， square billet.
4. pig iron， coke， iron alloy， chromium ore.
5. plate glass.
6. nonferrous metals： copper， aluminium， lead， zinc， tin， cobalt， bismuth， concentrate molybdenum ore and its products， tellurium； copper products， aluminium products， and lead products placed under the state's unified allocation.
7. timber： log， sawn wood products， plywood.
8. cement produced by large， medium-sized and small cement mills.
9. natural rubber.
10. sodium carbonate， polyethylene， polypropylene， phosphorus ore， mawsonite， sulphur， benzene anhydride， liquid hydrocarbon.
11. rice， soybean， corn， sugar， cotton， rosin， tung oil， flue-cured tobacco.