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Source: China State Council Information Office 2

The China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Beijing-Sub council (CCPIT Beijing) has rolled out a series of measures to help foreign-related enterprises in the city resume work and production amid the prevention and control of the COVID-19 outbreak.
CCPIT Beijing has set up a platform that provides foreign-related enterprises with comprehensive legal assistance regarding cross-border trade activities. Research concerning the performance of contracts has also been conducted by the council to introduce a legal document for export-oriented enterprises.
The council has compiled favorable policies at the municipal and district level, as well as those under specialized categories in Beijing, to provide foreign-related enterprises with systematic guidelines concerning work resumption alongside epidemic prevention.
In addition, as required by CCPIT, the Beijing-Sub council has issued force majeure certificates concerning COVID-19 free of charge to these enterprises. As of Feb. 25, a total of 103 such applications have been received from 130 consultations. CCPIT Beijing has also issued 15 enterprises with 17 force majeure certificates worth 508 million dollars and involved 14 countries.

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