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上市公司信息披露管理办法Administrative Measures on Information Disclosure by Listed Companies

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China Securities Regulatory Commission Order No.40

  30 January 2007

  CHAPTER 1-GENERAL PRINCIPLES

  Article 1 These Measures are formulated pursuant to the provisions of the Company Law, the Securities Law and other relevant laws and administrative regulations for the purposes of standardising information disclosure by issuers, listed companies and other information disclosure obligors, strengthening administration over information disclosure matters and protecting the lawful rights and interests of investors.

  Article 2 Information disclosure made by obligors shall be truthful, accurate, complete and timely, and the information disclosed shall not contain any falsehood, misleading statement or major omission.

  Information disclosure made to all investors by obligors shall be public and simultaneous.

  Where a listed company issues securities and derivatives in the China or overseas stock markets, the information disclosure made in an overseas stock market must simultaneously be made in the China stock market.

  Article 3 The directors, supervisors and senior management personnel of issuers and listed companies shall perform their duties faithfully and diligently, and ensure the veracity, accuracy, completeness, timeliness and impartiality of the information disclosed.

  Article 4 No person with knowledge of inside information shall, prior to a lawful disclosure of inside information, make public or disclose such information or conduct insider trading with such information.

  Article 5 Information disclosure documents mainly include the prospectus, listing memorandum, listing announcement, regular reports and interim reports.

  Article 6 Listed companies and other information disclosure obligors shall submit the draft public announcement and the relevant documents for inspection to the stock exchange for registration when making information disclosure pursuant to law, and make the announcement on media designated by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (hereinafter referred to as the "CSRC").

  The timing of the information announced on the corporate website and other media by an information disclosure obligor shall not precede the announcement of such information in the designated media; the reporting and public announcement duties may not be in the form of a press conference or reply to questions posed by reporters or in any other form; and the duty to make interim reports may not be substituted with a regular report.

  Article 7 Information disclosure obligors shall submit the draft public announcement and the relevant documents for inspection to the securities regulatory bureau at the place of registration of the listed company, and make copies of the same available at the company address for inspection by members of the public.

  Article 8 Information disclosure documents shall be written in  text. Where an information disclosure document is also written in a foreign text, the information disclosure obligor shall ensure the consistency of the contents in both versions. Where any inconsistency arises between the two versions, the  text shall prevail.

  Article 9 The CSRC shall supervise and inspect information disclosure documents, public announcements and the management of information disclosure matters pursuant to law; and supervise and inspect the conduct of controlling shareholders, actual controlling parties and information disclosure obligors of listed companies.

  The stock exchange shall supervise and inspect the information disclosure activities of listed companies and other information disclosure obligors and urge them to make timely and accurate information disclosure pursuant to the law; and implement real-time monitoring of securities and derivatives transactions. The listing rules and other information disclosure rules formulated by the stock exchange must be submitted to the CSRC for approval.

  Article 10 The CSRC may make special provisions for information disclosure by listed companies in the financial, real estate and other special industries.

  CHAPTER 2-PROSPECTUS` LISTING MEMORANDUM AND LISTING ANNOUNCEMENT

  Article 11 Prospectuses prepared by issuers shall comply with the relevant provisions of the CSRC. Any information which may significantly affect the investment decision of an investor must be disclosed in the prospectus.

  The issuer shall, upon approval of the securities public offering application by the CSRC, make a public announcement of the prospectus prior to the securities offering.

  Article 12 The directors, supervisors and senior management personnel of an issuer shall sign and endorse the prospectus and ensure the veracity, accuracy and completeness of information disclosed therein.

  The prospectus shall have the company seal of the issuer affixed.

  Article 13 Where an issuer applies for initial public offering, the issuer shall, upon acceptance of the application documents by the CSRC but prior examination by the offering review committee, disclose a draft declaration of the prospectus on the CSRC website in advance.

  The draft declaration of the prospectus disclosed in advance is not a formal document for issuance of shares by the issuer and shall not include any pricing information; and the issuer shall not issue shares based on the draft declaration of the prospectus.

  Article 14 Where an important matter occurs during the period after the CSRC approves the issuance of securities application but before issuance is complete, the issuer shall submit a written explanation to the CSRC; and a revised prospectus or a corresponding supplementary public announcement must be made upon the consent of the CSRC.

  Article 15 Where an application is for a listing of securities, a listing announcement shall be formulated pursuant to the provisions of the stock exchange and a public announcement must be made upon examination and approval by the stock exchange.

  The directors, supervisors and senior management personnel of the issuer shall sign and endorse the listing announcement and ensure the veracity, accuracy and completeness of the information disclosed therein.

  The listing announcement shall have the company seal of the issuer affixed.

  Article 16 Where a prospectus or listing announcement quotes the expert opinion or report of the sponsor or a securities services organisation, the relevant contents must be consistent with the contents of the document issued by the sponsor or securities services organisation; and the issuer shall ensure that the quoted opinion of the sponsor or securities services organisation is not misleading.

  Article 17 The provisions of Article 11 to Article 16 on prospectuses shall apply to listing memorandums for corporate bonds.

  Article 18 A listed company shall, upon making a private issuance of new shares, disclose a report on the circumstances of issuance pursuant to law.

  CHAPTER 3-REGULAR REPORTS

  Article 19 Regular reports to be published by a listed company shall include annual reports, half-yearly reports and quarterly reports. Any information which may significantly affect the investment decision of an investor must be disclosed therein.

  The financial accounting report in the annual report must be audited by an accounting firm qualified to audit securities and futures business activities.

  Article 20 The annual report must be prepared and published within four months after the end of each accounting year; the half-yearly report must be prepared and published within two months after the end of the first half of each accounting year; and the quarterly report shall be prepared and published within one month after the end of each accounting year's third and ninth months.

  The time of publication of the first quarterly report shall not be earlier than the time of publication of the annual report for the preceding year.

  Article 21 An annual report shall contain the following contents:

  (1) basic information of the company;

  (2) key accounting data and financial indices;

  (3) information on shares and bonds issued by the company and the changes thereto; the total number of shares and bonds and shareholders at the end of the reporting period; and information on the shareholding held by the ten largest shareholders of the company;

  (4) information on shareholders holding 5% or more of the shares, controlling shareholders and actual controlling parties;

  (5) information on the appointment of directors, supervisors and senior management personnel, their changes in shareholding and their annual remuneration;

  (6) the board of directors report;

  (7) the discussions and analyses of the management;

  (8) significant events that occurred during the reporting period and their effect on the company;

  (9) the financial accounting report and audit report in full text; and

  (10) any other matter stipulated by the CSRC.

  Article 22 A half-yearly report shall contain the following contents:

  (1) basic information of the company;

  (2) key accounting data and financial indices;

  (3) information on shares and bonds issued by the company and the changes thereto; the total number of shareholders; the information on the shareholding held by the ten largest shareholders of the company; and the changes to the controlling shareholders and actual controlling parties of the company;

  (4) the discussions and analyses of the management;

  (5) the major matters in litigation or arbitration and other significant events that occurred during the reporting period and their effect on the company;

  (6) the financial accounting report; and

  (7) any other matter stipulated by the CSRC.

  Article 23 A quarterly report shall contain the following contents:

  (1) basic information of the company;

  (2) key accounting data and financial indices; and

  (3) any other matter stipulated by the CSRC.

  Article 24 The directors and senior management personnel of a company shall sign and endorse regular reports; and the board of supervisors shall issue a written review opinion that sets out whether the preparation and review procedures of the board of directors comply with the laws and regulations and the provisions of the CSRC and whether the contents of the report are a true, accurate and complete reflection of the actual status of the listed company.

  Where the directors, supervisors and senior management personnel are unable to ensure the veracity, accuracy and completeness of a regular report or differing views are held, their reasons and opinions shall be stated and disclosed.

  Article 25 Where a listed company foresees a loss or any major change to its operating results, a timely business result forecast must be made.

  Article 26 Where business results are leaked before disclosure in the regular report or where rumours on business results and unusual fluctuations in the company's securities and derivatives transactions exist, the listed company must timely disclose the relevant financial data for the current reporting period.

  Article 27 Where a qualified audit report is issued in respect of the financial accounting report in a regular report, the board of directors of the company shall provide a special explanation on the matters to which the audit opinion relates.

  Where a qualified audit report is issued in respect of the financial accounting report in a regular report and the stock exchange believes an illegality exists, the stock exchange shall request the CSRC to open a case file for investigation.

  Article 28 Where a listed company fails to publish an annual report or a half-yearly report within the stipulated period, the CSRC shall immediately open a case file and conduct investigation, and the stock exchange shall handle the case pursuant to the listing rules for shares.

  Article 29 The templates and preparation rules for annual reports, half-yearly reports and quarterly reports shall be formulated by the CSRC separately.

  CHAPTER 4-INTERIM REPORTS

  Article 30 Where the occurrence of a significant event is likely to have a relatively large effect on the trading prices of a company's securities and derivatives, and the investors have yet to be informed, the listed company shall timely make a disclosure; and state the cause, the current status and the likely effect of the event.

  A significant event referred in the preceding paragraph shall include:

  (1) a significant change in the business direction and scope of business of the company;

  (2) a significant property investment or acquisition decision made by the company;

  (3) a major contract concluded by the company that may significantly affect the assets, liabilities, rights and interests and business results of the company;

  (4) a significant debt incurred by the company for liability in default or liability for compensation and the inability to pay off the significant amount of debt incurred that is due and owing;

  (5) a heavy financial deficit or loss suffered by the company;

  (6) a significant change to the external conditions of production business operations of the company;

  (7) a change in the directors, one-third or more of the supervisors or managers; or the chairman or managers' inability to perform their duties;

  (8) a substantial change to the shareholders holding 5% or more of the company's shares, the company's de facto controllers or the control of the company;

  (9) a capital reduction, merger, division, dissolution or bankruptcy application decision of the company; or the commencement of bankruptcy proceedings by the company or the order for closure of the company pursuant to law;

  (10) a revocation or invalidity declaration pursuant to law of a resolution passed by the board of directors or a general meeting for a major company matter in litigation or arbitration;

  (11) an investigation of the company by the relevant authorities for an alleged violation of law or regulation, or the imposition of a criminal penalty or severe administrative penalty on the company; or an investigation of any of the company's directors, supervisors or senior management personnel by the relevant authorities for an alleged violation of law or regulation, or the imposition of an enforcement measure;

  (12) newly promulgated laws, rules, regulations or industry policies that may significantly affect the company;

  (13) relevant resolutions on the issuance of new shares, any other refinancing scheme or share option scheme passed by the board of directors;

  (14) a ruling by the court on the prohibition of transfer of shares held by a controlling shareholder; or where the shares of any shareholder with 5% or more of the company's shares have been pledged, frozen, put into judicial auction or receivership, placed under a trust, or the voting rights of such shares have been restricted pursuant to law;

  (15) a seal, seizure, freezing, mortgage or pledge of the main assets;

  (16) a suspension of the main or entire business operations;

  (17) a significant guarantee provided to an external party;

  (18) a receipt of large-sum government subsidies that may yield extra gains, and which, significantly affects the assets, liabilities, rights and interests or business result of the company;

  (19) a change in accounting policies or accounting estimates;

  (20) a correction ordered by the relevant authorities or decided by the board of directors, for errors or false information disclosed or a failure to disclose in a previous period; and

  (21) any other circumstance stipulated by the CSRC.

  Article 31 A listed company shall perform, the duty of information disclosure of a significant event, as soon as any of the following circumstances arise:

  (1) when the board of directors or board of supervisors pass a resolution on the significant event;

  (2) when the relevant parties conclude a letter of intent or agreement in respect of the significant event; or

  (3) when the directors, supervisors or senior management personnel become aware and report the significant event.

  The listed company shall timely disclose the status of all relevant matters and risk factors which may affect the development of the significant event where any of the following circumstances occur before the events mentioned in the preceding paragraph:

  (1) keeping the significant event confidential is difficult;

  (2) the significant event has been divulged or a rumour thereto surfaces in the market; or

  (3) trading activity in the securities and derivatives of the company is unusual.

  Article 32 Where the listed company has disclosed a significant event and the disclosure may develop or change the trading prices of a listed company's securities and derivatives substantially, the development or change and the likely effect must be disclosed timely.

  Article 33 Where a significant event as mentioned under Article 30, occurring to a subsidiary controlled by a listed company, may substantially affect the trading prices of the listed company's securities and derivatives, the listed company shall have a duty to disclose the information.

  Where a significant event occurring to a joint stock company of a listed company may substantially affect the trading prices of the listed company's securities and derivatives, the listed company shall have a duty to disclose the information.

  Article 34 Where any acquisition, merger, division, issuance of shares, share buyback or other conduct involving a listed company may result in a significant change to the total share capital, shareholders or de facto controllers of the listed company, the information disclosure obligors shall perform reporting and announcement obligations and disclose the changes in rights and interests pursuant to law.

  Article 35 A listed company shall monitor any unusual trading activity in the securities and derivatives of the company and media reports on the company.

  Where any unusual securities and derivatives trading activity or media news may significantly affect trading of the company's securities and derivatives, the listed company shall timely gather the facts from the relevant parties and make written queries where necessary.

  The controlling shareholders, de facto controllers of the listed company and other persons acting in concert shall timely and accurately notify the listed company of any proposed equity transfer, assets restructuring or other significant event, and cooperate with the listed company in making proper information disclosure.

  Article 36 Where the CSRC or the stock exchange deems the trading of any securities and derivatives of a company as unusual, the listed company shall timely assess the factors which caused such unusual securities and derivatives transactions and make a timely disclosure.

  CHAPTER 5-ADMINISTRATION OF INFORMATION DISCLOSURE MATTERS

  Article 37 Listed companies shall formulate a system of managing information disclosure matters. The system of managing information disclosure matters shall include:

  (1) defining the information to be disclosed by the listed company and determining the disclosure standards;

  (2) the procedures for the transmission, review and disclosure of information that has yet to be made public;

  (3) the duties of the information disclosure department and its person-in-charge of information disclosure;

  (4) the reporting, review and disclosure duties of the directors, board of directors, supervisors, board of supervisors and senior management personnel;

  (5) the system of recording and maintaining records of the duties performed by the directors, supervisors and senior management personnel;

  (6) the measures for maintaining the confidential undisclosed information, and the scope and duties of confidence of insiders with confidential information;

  (7) the internal systems of control and supervision over financial management and accounting functions;

  (8) the procedures for the application, examination and release of information to external parties; and the modes of communication with investors, securities services organisations and the media;

  (9) the system of archiving documents and materials relevant to information disclosure;

  (10) the systems of managing and reporting information disclosure matters involving subsidiaries; and

  (11) the system of accounting for information disclosure failures pursuant to the provisions and the actions to be taken against personnel who violate the provisions.

  The listed company's system of managing information disclosure matters shall be reviewed and adopted by the board of directors, and filed for records with the securities regulatory authorities at the place of registration and the stock exchange.

  Article 38 The directors, supervisors and senior management personnel of a listed company shall, be diligent and responsible, monitor the preparation of information disclosure documents, ensure timely disclosure of regular reports and interim reports within the stipulated periods, cooperate with the listed company and other information disclosure obligors in their performance of information disclosure obligations.

  Article 39 A listed company shall formulate the preparation, review and disclosure procedures for regular reports. The managers, person-in-charge of finance, secretary to the board of directors and other senior management personnel shall timely prepare drafts of the regular reports for review by the board of directors; the secretary to the board of directors shall be responsible for delivering the drafts to the directors for review; the chairman shall be responsible for convening and chairing a board of directors meeting to review a regular report; the board of supervisors shall be responsible for reviewing regular reports prepared by the board of directors; the secretary to the board of directors shall be responsible for organising the disclosure of regular reports.

  Article 40 A listed company shall formulate the reporting, transmission, review and disclosure procedures for significant events. When the directors, supervisors and senior management personnel become aware of a significant event, they shall immediately perform reporting obligations pursuant to the provisions of the company; upon receipt of the report, the chairman shall brief the board of directors immediately and urge the secretary to the board of directors to organise disclosure of the interim report.

  Article 41 A listed company may communicate its business result, financial status or any other matter with any organisation or individual through, a results presentation, analysts' meeting, road show, investor participation in research and investigation or any other method but no insider information must be provided.

  Article 42 Directors must understand and monitor, the company's business operation results and financial status, the significant events that have occurred or may occur and their effects, and actively investigate and obtain information required for decision making.

  Article 43 Supervisors shall supervise the duties of information disclosure performed by directors and senior management personnel of the company; and investigate any information disclosure in violation of law and regulations and propose the actions to be taken, when monitoring the circumstances for information disclosure.

  The written review opinion on a regular report by the board of supervisors must state whether preparation and review procedures comply with the laws, administrative regulations and provisions of the CSRC, and whether the contents of the report truthfully, accurately and completely reflect the actual status of the listed company.

  Article 44 Senior management personnel shall timely report any significant event pertaining to the company's business operations or finances, any development or change in a disclosed matter, and other relevant information to the board of directors.

  Article 45 The secretary to the board of directors shall be responsible for the organisation and coordination of a company's information disclosure matters, the collation of information to be disclosed by the listed company and reporting of the same to the board of directors, and the monitoring of media reports on the company, with those reports actively verified against the facts. The secretary to the board of directors shall have the right of participation in general meetings, meetings of the board of directors, meetings of the board of supervisors and the relevant meetings of the senior management personnel, and the right to ascertain the company's business and financial status as well as inspect all documents relating to information disclosure matters.

  The secretary to the board of directors shall be responsible for all matters relating to the dissemination of information to external parties by the listed company. Other than public announcements by the board of supervisors, information disclosed by a listed company shall be made in the form of a public announcement by the board of directors. Unless the board of directors authorise in writing, the directors, supervisors and senior management personnel shall not disseminate undisclosed information to external parties.

  A listed company shall facilitate the duties performed by the secretary to the board of directors; the person-in-charge of finance shall cooperate with the secretary to the board of directors in information disclosure work related to finance.

  Article 46 The shareholders or de facto controllers of a listed company shall actively notify the board of directors of the listed company and cooperate with the listed company in its performance of information disclosure obligations where any of the following events occur:

  (1) there is a substantial change in the shareholding or controlling stake of a shareholder with 5% or more of the company's shares or a de facto controller;

  (2) the transfer of shares held by a controlling shareholder is prohibited by a court ruling; or the shares of a shareholder with 5% or more of the company's shares are pledged, frozen, put under judicial auction or receivership, placed under a trust, or are restricted in voting rights pursuant to the law;

  (3) significant restructuring of assets or business of the listed company is proposed;

  (4) any other circumstance stipulated by the CSRC.

  Where relevant information has been circulating in the media or there is unusual trading in a company's securities and derivatives prior to the disclosure of information pursuant to the law, the shareholders or de facto controllers shall timely submit an accurate written report to the listed company and timely make an accurate public announcement in cooperation with the listed company.

  The shareholders or de facto controllers of the listed company shall not abuse their shareholder rights or dominate their positions or require the listed company to provide them with insider information.

  Article 47 When a listed company makes a private issuance of shares, the controlling shareholders, de facto controllers and target audience shall timely provide the relevant information to the listed company and cooperate with the listed company in its performance of information disclosure obligations.

  Article 48 The directors, supervisors, senior management personnel, shareholders with 5% or more of shares and persons acting in concert with such shareholders and de facto controllers of a listed company shall timely submit a list of the listed company's interested parties and an explanation of the interested party relationships to the board of directors of the listed company. The listed company shall perform review procedures for interested party transactions and strictly implement a system of vote abstention in interested party transactions. The parties to an interested party transaction must not circumvent the listed company's interested party transaction review procedures and information disclosure obligations by concealing the interested party relationship or by any other means.

  Article 49 Where 5% or more of the shares of a listed company are held by a shareholder or de facto controller through acceptance of an entrustment or by any other means under a trust, the shareholder or de facto controller must timely notify the listed company of the settlor's details and cooperate with the listed company in its performance of information disclosure obligations.

  Article 50 Information disclosure obligors shall provide all information relating to the practice of their sponsor or securities services organisation and ensure the veracity, accuracy and completeness of the information without any refusal, concealment or falsehood.

  Where a sponsor or securities services organisation discovers at the time of issue of a specialised document for information disclosure that the information provided by a listed company or an obligor of information disclosure contains a false record, misleading statement, major omission or any other major violation of law, it shall request for a supplementation or correction of the information. Where the information disclosure obligor refuses to make a supplementation or correction, the sponsor or securities services organisation shall timely report the matter to the securities regulatory authorities and the stock exchange.

  Article 51 Where a listed company terminates the engagement of an accounting firm, the accounting firm must be notified timely after a resolution by the board of directors is passed; the accounting firm shall be allowed to make representations where a resolution for the termination of engagement of the accounting firm is passed at a general meeting of the company. Where a resolution for the termination or change of an accounting firm is passed at a general meeting, the listed company shall specifically state the reasons for change and the representations by the accounting firm.

  Article 52 The sponsors and securities services organisations that issue specialised documents to aid information disclosure obligors in their performance of information disclosure obligations shall be diligent, responsible, honest and trustworthy; and issue expert opinions in compliance with the business rules, industry codes of practice and ethics formulated pursuant to the law; and ensure the veracity, accuracy and completeness of the documents issued.

  Article 53 Certified public accountants shall practise risk-oriented audits; strictly comply with the practising standards and relevant provisions for certified public accountants; improve authentication procedures; scientifically select identification methods and techniques; fully understand the organisation in question and its environment; carefully examine the risks to significant reporting errors; obtain adequate and appropriate evidence; and issue reasonable examination conclusions.

  Article 54 Asset valuation firms shall uphold professional ethics, strictly comply with valuation standards or other valuation norms, and select appropriate valuation methods; ensure that assumptions made during a valuation match actual conditions; provide adequate evidence on the legitimacy of transactions, incomes, expenditures, investments, etc, involving a subject under valuation and obtain evidence on the reliability of their forecasts; and give full consideration to the probabilities of the various future outcomes and their effects when making a reasonable valuation.

  Article 55 No organisation or individual shall illegally obtain, provide or transmit a listed company's insider information; or make use of insider information to trade, or recommend others to trade, in the company's securities and derivatives` or make use of insider information for any investment analysis report, research report or other document.

  Article 56 The media shall report on listed companies objectively and factually, and serve as a public opinion supervisory function.

  No organisation or individual shall provide or transmit false or misleading information on a listed company to investors.

  Where an investor suffers loss as a result of violation of any of the two preceding paragraphs, liability for compensation shall be borne pursuant to law.

  CHAPTER 6-SUPERVISION AND ADMINISTRATION AND LEGAL LIABILITY

  Article 57 The CSRC may request a listed company and other information disclosure obligors or the directors, supervisors or senior management personnel of the listed company, to provide explanation, clarification or the relevant materials, on the relevant information disclosure issues, and request the listed company to provide the expert opinion of the sponsor or the securities services organisation.

  Where the CSRC doubts the veracity, accuracy or completeness of a document issued by the sponsor or the securities services organisation, the CSRC may inspect the working draft of the document and request the relevant organisation to provide explanation or supplementation.

  The listed company and the other information disclosure obligors, sponsors and securities services organisations shall reply timely, and cooperate with the CSRC in any inspection and investigation.

  Article 58 The directors, supervisors and senior management personnel of a listed company are responsible for the veracity, accuracy, completeness, timeliness and impartiality of information disclosed by the company, unless there is sufficient evidence to prove that they have performed their duties diligently and responsibly.

  The chairman, managers and secretary to the board of directors of a listed company are mainly responsible for the veracity, accuracy, integrity, timeliness and impartiality of information disclosed by the company via interim reports.

  The chairman, managers and person-in-charge of finance of a listed company is mainly responsible for the veracity, accuracy, completeness, timeliness and impartiality of a company's financial reports.

  Article 59 The CSRC may adopt the following regulatory measures against, the information disclosure obligors, their directors, supervisors and senior management personnel; and the listed company's shareholders, de facto controllers, offerors and their directors, supervisors and senior management personnel, for any violation of the provisions of these Measures:

  (1) order for corrective action;

  (2) regulatory dialogue;

  (3) issue of warning letters;

  (4) record in the creditworthiness database the details of the offence or the failure to perform the public undertaking and make a public announcement;

  (5) blacklist the offender as an inappropriate candidate;

  (6) adopt any other regulatory measure pursuant to law.

  Article 60 Where a listed company fails to establish a system of managing information disclosure matters pursuant to the provisions of these Measures, the CSRC may order the company to take corrective action; where the company refuses to take corrective action, the CSRC shall issue a warning or impose a fine.

  Article 61 Where an information disclosure obligor fails to perform information disclosure obligations within the stipulated period or makes information disclosure with falsehoods, misleading statements or major omissions, the CSRC shall impose a penalty pursuant to the provisions of Article 193 of the Securities Law.

  Article 62 Where an information disclosure obligor fails to submit the relevant reports within the stipulated period or where the submitted reports contain falsehoods, misleading statements or major omissions, the CSRC shall impose a penalty pursuant to the provisions of Article 193 of the Securities Law.

  Article 63 Where a listed company conceals interested party relationships or circumvents information disclosure or reporting obligations through other means, the CSRC shall impose a penalty pursuant to the provisions of Article 193 of the Securities Law.

  Article 64 Where a shareholder or de facto controller of a listed company fails to cooperate with the listed company in its performance of information disclosure obligations pursuant to law, or makes an illegal request for insider information from the listed company, the CSRC shall order the person to take corrective action, issue a warning or impose a fine.

  Article 65 Where the specialised documents issued by a sponsor or securities services organisation and its personnel for the performance of information disclosure obligations by information disclosure obligors violate the provisions of the Securities Law, administrative regulations and the provisions of the CSRC, the CSRC shall order corrective action to be taken, hold a regulatory dialogue, issue a warning letter, record the matter in the creditworthiness database or take other regulatory measures pursuant to law; and administrative penalties shall be imposed by the CSRC pursuant to law where appropriate.

  Article 66 Where any organisation or individual divulges insider information of a listed company or makes use of insider information to trade in securities and derivatives, the CSRC shall impose penalties pursuant to the provisions of Article 201 and Article 202 of the Securities Law.

  Article 67 Where market order is disrupted by false information prepared or transmitted by an organisation or individual, or false or non-objective information broadcasted by the media, the CSRC shall impose penalties pursuant to the provisions of Article 206 of the Securities Law.

  Where false representations or misleading statements are made in the course of securities and derivatives trading, the CSRC shall impose penalties pursuant to the provisions of Article 207 of the Securities Law.

  Article 68 Where a person allegedly extorts or blackmails a listed company through news reports or any other means of broadcasting, the CSRC shall order the person to take corrective action and issue a regulatory recommendation to the relevant authorities; and the relevant authorities shall impose legal liability pursuant to law.

  Article 69 Where a listed company or information disclosure obligor violates the provisions of these Measures under serious circumstances, the CSRC may bar the relevant accountable personnel from entering the stock market.

  Article 70 Where a violation of these Measures constitutes a criminal offence, the case shall be transferred to the judicial authorities pursuant to law and criminal liability shall be imposed.

  CHAPTER 7-SUPPLEMENTARY PROVISIONS

  Article 71 The respective definitions for the following terms used in these Measures are as follows:

  (1) "Sponsors and securities services organisations that issue specialised documents to aid information disclosure obligors in their performance of information disclosure obligations" shall mean a sponsor, an accounting firm, an asset valuation firm, a law firm, a financial consultancy firm or a credit rating firm which issues sponsor letters, audit reports, asset valuation reports, legal opinions, consultant financial reports, credit rating reports, etc, for securities issuance, listing, trading and other securities business activities.

  (2) "Timely" shall mean a duration of two market days, effective from the date of commencement of a stipulated period or from the date of an event triggering disclosure.

  (3) A "listed company's interested party transaction" shall mean a transfer of resources or obligations between a listed company or subsidiary controlled by the listed company and an interested party. Interested parties shall include interested legal persons and interested natural persons. A legal person that satisfies any of the following conditions shall be deemed as an interested legal person of the listed company:

  (i) a legal person that directly or indirectly controls the listed company;

  (ii) a legal person other than the listed company or a subsidiary controlled by the listed company, which is directly or indirectly controlled by a legal person in the preceding paragraph;

  (iii) a legal person other than the listed company or a subsidiary controlled by the listed company, which is directly or indirectly controlled by an interested natural person or a director or senior management personnel;

  (iv) a legal person that holds 5% or more of the shares of the listed company or a person that acts in concert;

  (v) a legal person that satisfies any of the aforesaid conditions during the past 12 months or will satisfy any of the aforesaid conditions within the next 12 months pursuant to a relevant agreement; or

  (vi) any other legal person deemed by the CSRC, the stock exchange or the listed company as having a special relationship with the listed company according to the substance over form principle, which causes or may cause a disequilibrium of interests of the listed company.

  A natural person that satisfies any of the following conditions shall be deemed as an interested natural person of the listed company:

  (i) a natural person who directly or indirectly holds 5% or more of the shares of the listed company;

  (ii) a director, supervisor or senior management personnel of the listed company;

  (iii) a director, supervisor or senior management personnel of a legal person that controls the listed company directly or indirectly;

  (iv) family members that have a close relationship with a natural person stipulated in items (i) and (ii) above, including spouses, parents, children aged 18 years and above and their spouses, siblings and their spouses, parents-in-law, spouses' siblings and the children's parents-in-law;

  (v) a natural person who satisfies any of the aforesaid conditions during the past 12 months or will satisfy any of the aforesaid conditions in the next 12 months pursuant to a relevant agreement; or(vi) any other natural person deemed by the CSRC, the stock exchange or the listed company as having a special relationship with the listed company according to the substance over form principle, which causes or may cause a disequilibrium of interests of the listed company.

  (4) designated media refers to newspapers and websites designated by the CSRC.

  Article 72 These Measures shall be effective from the date of promulgation. The Implementation Regulations for Information Disclosure by Companies Making Public Offering of Shares (Trial Implementation) (Zhengjianshangzi (1993) 43), the Notice on Issues relating to Information Disclosure by Companies Making Public Offering of Shares and Listed Companies (Zhengjianyanzi (1993) 19), the Notice on Strengthening Examination of Interim Reports of Listed Companies (Zhengjianshangzi (1996) 26), the Notice on Several Issues relating to Issuance of Clarification Public Announcements by Listed Companies (Zhengjianshangzi (1996) 28), the Notice on Archiving of Electronic Files of Disclosure by Listed Companies (Zhengjianxinzi (1998) 50), the Notice on Further Strengthening of Regulation of Information Disclosure by ST and PT Companies (Zhengjiangongsizi (2000) 63), the Notice on Issues relating to Half-yearly Reports by Listed Companies Proposing to Issue New Shares (Zhengjiangongsizi (2001) 69) and the Notice on Filing of Interim Public Announcements and the Relevant Appendices by Listed Companies with CSRC Branches (Zhengjiangongsizi (2003) 7) shall be repealed simultaneously.001) 69) and the Notice on Filing of Interim Public Announcements and the Relevant Appendices by Listed Companies with CSRC Branches (Zhengjiangongsizi (2003) 7) shall be repealed simultaneously.001) 69) and the Notice on Filing of Interim Public Announcements and the Relevant Appendices by Listed Companies with CSRC Branches (Zhengjiangongsizi (2003) 7) shall be repealed simultaneously.001) 69) and the Notice on Filing of Interim Public Announcements and the Relevant Appendices by Listed Companies with CSRC Branches (Zhengjiangongsizi (2003) 7) shall be repealed simultaneously.001) 69) and the Notice on Filing of Interim Public Announcements and the Relevant Appendices by Listed Companies with CSRC Branches (Zhengjiangongsizi (2003) 7) shall be repealed simultaneously.001) 69) and the Notice on Filing of Interim Public Announcements and the Relevant Appendices by Listed Companies with CSRC Branches (Zhengjiangongsizi (2003) 7) shall be repealed simultaneously.001) 69) and the Notice on Filing of Interim Public Announcements and the Relevant Appendices by Listed Companies with CSRC Branches (Zhengjiangongsizi (2003) 7) shall be repealed simultaneously.001) 69) and the Notice on Filing of Interim Public Announcements and the Relevant Appendices by Listed Companies with CSRC Branches (Zhengjiangongsizi (2003) 7) shall be repealed simultaneously.001) 69) and the Notice on Filing of Interim Public Announcements and the Relevant Appendices by Listed Companies with CSRC Branches (Zhengjiangongsizi (2003) 7) shall be repealed simultaneously.001) 69) and the Notice on Filing of Interim Public Announcements and the Relevant Appendices by Listed Companies with CSRC Branches (Zhengjiangongsizi (2003) 7) shall be repealed simultaneously.001) 69) and the Notice on Filing of Interim Public Announcements and the Relevant Appendices by Listed Companies with CSRC Branches (Zhengjiangongsizi (2003) 7) shall be repealed simultaneously.001) 69) and the Notice on Filing of Interim Public Announcements and the Relevant Appendices by Listed Companies with CSRC Branches (Zhengjiangongsizi (2003) 7) shall be repealed simultaneously.

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