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Implementation Rules for the Administration of Talents of Introduced Talents (Provisional)

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(Summary description)The first one is to standardize the management of the introduction of talent expert funds (hereinafter referred to as expert funds), clarify the scope of expenditures for expert funds and the funding standards of experts, strengthen the budget supervision function, and ensure the rational use of expert funds, according to the introduction of special expenses for the introduction of foreign talents. Interim Measures (External Special Issue [1999] No. 163), the implementation of these Regulations.

Implementation Rules for the Administration of Talents of Introduced Talents (Provisional)

(Summary description)The first one is to standardize the management of the introduction of talent expert funds (hereinafter referred to as expert funds), clarify the scope of expenditures for expert funds and the funding standards of experts, strengthen the budget supervision function, and ensure the rational use of expert funds, according to the introduction of special expenses for the introduction of foreign talents. Interim Measures (External Special Issue [1999] No. 163), the implementation of these Regulations.

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Chapter I General

The first one is to standardize the management of the introduction of talent expert funds (hereinafter referred to as expert funds), clarify the scope of expenditures for expert funds and the funding standards of experts, strengthen the budget supervision function, and ensure the rational use of expert funds, according to the introduction of special expenses for the introduction of foreign talents. Interim Measures (External Special Issue [1999] No. 163), the implementation of these Regulations.

Article 2 These Regulations apply to the expert projects approved by the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs. Expert projects approved by various departments in various regions can be implemented with reference to these Implementation Rules.

Article 3 All units shall strictly follow the provisions of these Regulations, and shall not arbitrarily expand the scope of expenses and raise the standard of expenditure, and shall not arbitrarily change the use of expert funds, and shall not misappropriate or occupy them.

Chapter II Expenses and Standards

Article 4 The scope of expenses for expert funds includes: international travel expenses, expert zero-use, expert accommodation and transportation expenses, inter-city transportation expenses, and outstanding contributions and other expenses.

Article 5 International travel expenses refer to the cost of international airfare from the foreign residence of the expert to the port of entry into and out of China. The purchase of an expert ticket shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of the “Notice on Strengthening the Administration of Air Tickets for Traveling Abroad” (Cai Wai Zi [1998] No. 283), that is, purchasing tickets at the prescribed ticket purchase points, and obtaining the “Chinese Civil Aviation Administration” The special invoice for international air passenger transportation for the special ticket for the sale of air tickets abroad shall be written off with a copy of the invoice and the ticket. The amount of international air tickets cannot exceed the funding standard, and the amount of international air tickets is less than the funding standard and is written off according to the actual amount incurred. If the foreign party provides an international ticket, the international travel fee will no longer be funded.

Article 6 The expert zero fee refers to the subsidy for personal expenses incurred by experts who do not pay wages during their work in China. The expert zero fee is paid according to the actual number of days the expert works in China, that is, the number of days from the date of entry of the expert to the date of departure. The standard for the use of experts' fees is implemented in accordance with the Notice on Adjusting the Standards for Zero Expenses of Foreign Experts in China (External Special Issue [2000] No. 151).

Article 7 The accommodation and transportation expenses of experts refer to the accommodation expenses, meals and transportation expenses of the experts during their work in China. The accommodation and transportation expenses of experts are calculated according to the actual number of days of experts working in China, that is, the number of days from the date of entry of the experts to the date of departure, and the part exceeding the funding standard is paid by the employer.

Article 8 The inter-city transportation fee refers to the transportation fee in China within the border of the expert's entry (exit) to the working city. The inter-city transportation fee exceeds the funding standard and is paid by the employer.

Article 9 The outstanding contribution award fees and other expenses shall be mastered by the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, and shall be paid for by special examination and approval. Each unit shall not be included in the expenses of the project.

Article 10 The expenses for travel and transportation of our accompanying personnel shall be paid by the employing unit and shall not be included in the expenses of the experts. The purchase cost of the equipment purchased by the employer for receiving the experts shall be paid according to the original expenditure channel and shall not be included in the expert funds.

Article 11 The maximum funding standard for each non-expert organization shall not exceed RMB 30,000 (including international travel expenses, expert zero fee, expert accommodation and transportation fees, and inter-city transportation fees). The maximum funding standard for experts organized by experts shall not exceed 25,000 yuan (including international travel expenses, expert zero-use fees, expert accommodation and transportation expenses and inter-city transportation fees); if the international travel expenses are not paid, the above standard will be reduced by 10,000 yuan.

Article 12 The amount of expert funding for key projects shall be separately set by the State Administration of Foreign Experts.

Chapter III Budget and Executive Management

Article 13 Each unit shall submit the next year's expert project and budget to the State Administration of Foreign Experts in accordance with the prescribed time for the savior. Projects that cannot be executed in the current year and still need to be implemented in the next year must be re-declared, and the batch number of the next year will be re-acquired; the projects implemented in the inter-annual period (which have been implemented before December 31 of the current year, unfinished projects) need to be submitted to the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs. For the record, the project number can continue to be used. Projects that are re-declared and filed are included in the next annual budget.

Article 14 The State Administration of Foreign Experts shall, after the budget of the Ministry of Finance, summarize the budgets of all units and report them to the Ministry of Finance.

Article 15 The State Administration of Foreign Experts shall, in accordance with the budget approved by the Ministry of Finance, approve the budgets of all units and reach all units within the time specified by the Ministry of Finance. Once the budgets of all units have been released, no additional budget will be added in the current year.

Article 16 Each unit shall, within the budget of the approved expert funds, implement the expert projects approved by the State Administration of Foreign Experts in accordance with the prescribed scope of expenditure and funding standards. The part of each unit that exceeds the budget during implementation is covered by local matching funds.

Article 17 The expert funds of each unit shall be calculated according to the project management (bank account management) and calculated according to the project. Each expenditure must be implemented on the project, and the common expenses of multiple projects should be amortized to each project in a timely manner. Projects that are subject to local administrative expenses are not allowed to be disbursed among expert funds.

Chapter IV Fund Disbursement and Management

Article 18 Expert funds shall be allocated on a quarterly basis according to the annual budget of each unit, the implementation of expert projects and appropriations. Projects approved in the current year are implemented in the current year, and the amount of projects that exceed the budget for the execution of the project is paid locally; the expert funds for the year-end balances are treated as the next year's budget allocations.

Article 19 Each unit may have the following three modes of appropriation for the expert project execution unit: firstly, it shall be funded first, and then written off according to the implementation of the expert project; secondly, the employer shall first advance the payment, and after the execution of the expert project, the appropriation shall be written off; Third, some of the experts will be allocated funds, and the experts will be settled after the implementation of the project. The allocation methods adopted by each unit may be different, but the principle is the same, that is, there are phenomena such as the transfer of expenses and false verification, and the unfinished expert projects cannot be included in the final accounts.

Chapter V Accounting Books and Reports

Article 20 All units shall, in accordance with the requirements of the "Accounting System for Administrative Units", "Accounting System for Institutions" and "Implementation Rules for the Administration of Expert Funds", establish account books, accounting subjects, and expenditures for experts to conduct project accounting, and expert funds. The receipts and expenditures shall be accounted for separately and shall not be accounted for in the current accounts.

Article 21 All units shall report to the State Foreign Foreign Experts Bureau's project budget implementation table before April, July and October 15 and apply for the next quarter's funds. Units that do not report the budget performance statement do not allocate funds.

Article 22 The final accounts of the experts' funds of each unit shall be reported to the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs before the 20th of each month. The State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs will promptly approve the final accounts of the experts of each unit according to the approval of the final accounts of the Ministry of Finance. All units shall adjust the accounts in time according to the final accounts.

Article 23 All units shall report and finalize the accounts in accordance with the prescribed format. The final accounts shall be true and unconventional, and it is not allowed to use the act of substituting for the expenditure, and for the false accounting of the newspapers and periodicals.

Chapter VI Supervision and Inspection

Article 24 In accordance with the requirements of the Interim Measures for the Administration of Special Costs for Introducing Foreign Talents, the financial supervision and inspection of expert funds shall be strengthened. The violations detected shall be corrected in a timely manner. If the circumstances are serious, they shall be handled in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.

Chapter VII Supplementary Provisions

Article 25 Where the previously promulgated provisions are inconsistent with these Regulations, the implementation rules shall prevail.

Article 26 The procedures for hiring foreign expert funding standards and the procedures for applying for grants for self-purchasing expert air tickets are attached as an annex to these Regulations.

Article 27 These Regulations shall be interpreted by the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs.

Article 28 These Regulations shall be implemented as of the date of promulgation.

Annex I:

Hire foreign experts to subsidize standards

Table 1. Employing foreign experts to subsidize the standard Unit: RMB yuan / person

No. Subject Name Funding Standards Financial Standards Limits Remarks

1 International Travel Economy Economy Class The actual standard of reimbursement within the funding standard. One round-trip international air ticket, see Table 2 for reference standards.

2 Experts' fee for use 150~200/day 5,000 The maximum number of days of funding is 30 days, and the excess is paid by local.

3 Expert accommodation and transportation fee 500/day 15,000 The maximum number of days of funding is 30 days, and the excess is paid by local.

4 Inter-city transportation fee Economy class Real-time sales The transportation fee from the border port to the working city

5 Total 30.000 1-4 items of expenditures cannot exceed the funding standard limit; the expert organization's expert funding standard limit is 25,000; the international travel fee limit is not reduced by 10,000 yuan; the urban transportation fee limit is not paid minus 2,000 yuan.

Table 2 Reference Standards for Foreign Experts Coming to and from China for International Airline Economy Classes Unit: RMB

No. Country (region) Ticket price

1 US West Coast - Beijing 9000

2 US East Coast, Canada - Beijing 10000

3 Mexico - Beijing 20000

4 Cuba - Beijing 20000

5 Australia-Beijing 10000

6 New Zealand - Beijing 12000

7 Belarus-Beijing 10000

8 Kazakhstan-Beijing 10000

9 Ukraine - Beijing 10000

10 Israel - Beijing 13000

11 Western Europe - Beijing 10000

12 Japan - Beijing 9000

13 South Korea - Beijing 7000

14 Thailand-Beijing 7000

15 Singapore - Beijing 7000

16 Hong Kong-Beijing 6000

17 Philippines - Beijing 8000

18 Taipei-Beijing 8000

19 Armenia-Beijing 16000

20 Brazil - Beijing 20000

Annex II:

About the procedures for applying for grants for self-purchasing expert tickets

For special reasons, the units and departments that do not allocate the airfare, if the Economic and Technical Experts Department of the Bureau agrees to purchase the expert ticket, the procedures for applying for the appropriation are as follows:

First, the quarterly summary declaration, that is, April, July, October 15th, before the November 30th of the fourth quarter, the centralized management department of the introduction of intelligence will be reported to the Economic and Technical Experts Division. The materials requested are as follows;

(1) Official letter from the management department of the introduction of intelligence.

(2) List of self-purchased expert tickets for applying for funding (including the following contents: project number, project name, project execution unit, expert name, nationality of the expert, number of tickets, and reasons for purchase of tickets).

The project for the self-purchasing expert ticket that is executed every December will be declared at the end of the first quarter of the next year.

2. After review by the Economic and Technical Experts Division, the Finance Department will allocate the ticket amount to the administrative department of the referral work according to the benchmark of RMB 10,000 per ticket. According to the expert ticket financing standard, the centralized management department of each intelligence introduction shall be reimbursed with the invoice or receipt of the ticket (original) and the copy of the ticket. Domestic purchase of expert air tickets shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of the “Notice on Strengthening the Management of Air Tickets for Public Travel” (Cai Wai Zi [1998] No. 283), that is, purchasing tickets at the prescribed ticket purchase points, and obtaining the “Chinese Civil Aviation” The special invoice for international air passenger transportation of the General Administration of the State Council for the sale of tickets for public flights. The amount of the reimbursement ticket shall not exceed the ticket subsidy standard, and the amount of the reimbursement ticket shall be reimbursed according to the actual amount of the subsidy, and the actual reimbursement amount shall be included in the final accounts of the current year.

The new procedures will be implemented from January 1, 2001, and the projects that have been implemented in 2000 will be handled as originally.