中新集团:首次公开发行股票招股意向书附录(三)

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原标题:中新集团:首次公开发行股票招股意向书附录(三)





























中新苏州工业园区开发集团股份有限
公司
章程
(


)


































(经
201
9
年第
5
次临时股东大会审议通过)











目 录
第一章
总则 .................................................... 3
第二章
经营宗旨和范围 .......................................... 4
第三章
股份 .................................................... 5
第一节
股份发行
..
..
..
..
5
第二节
股份增减和回购
..
..
..
..
6
第三节
股份转让
..
..
..
..
7
第四章
股东和股东大会 .......................................... 8
第一节
股东
..
..
..
..
8
第二节
股东大会的一般规定
..
..
..
11
第三节
股东大会的召集
..
..
..
.
13
第四节
股东大会的提案与通知
..
..
..
15
第五节
股东大会的召开
..
..
..
.
16
第六节
股东大会的表决和决议
..
..
..
20
第五章
董事会 ................................................. 25
第一节
董事
..
..
..
..
25
第二节
董事会
..
..
..
..
28
第三节
独立董事
..
..
..
..
34
第四节
董事会秘书
..
..
..
..
37
第六章
总裁及其他高级管理人员 ................................. 40
第七章
监事会 ................................................. 41
第一节
监事
..
..
..
..
41
第二节
监事会
..
..
..
..
42
第八章
党委 ................................................... 44
第九章
财务会计制度、利润分配和审计 ........................... 45
第一节
财务会计制度
..
..
..
..
45
第二节
内部审计
..
..
..
..
49
第三节
会计师事务所的聘任
..
..
..
49
第十章
通知和公告 ............................................. 50
第一节
通知
..
..
..
..
50
第二节
公告
..
..
..
..
51
第十一章
合并、分立、增资、减资、解散和清算 ..................... 51
第一节
合并、分立、增资和减资
..
..
..
51
第二节
解散和清算
..
..
..
..
52
第十二章
修改章程 ............................................... 55
第十三章
附则 ................................................... 55









第一章 总则

第一条 为维护公司、股东和债权人的合法权益,规范公司的组织和行
为,根据《中华人民共和国公司法》(以下简称《公司法》)、《中华人民共和国
证券法》和其他有关规定,制订本章程。






第二条 中新苏州工业园区开发集团股份有限公司
(
以下简称公司
)

依照《公司法》、《关于设立外商投资股份有限公司若干问题的暂行规定》和其
他有关规定成立的外商投资股份有限公司。



公司于 2008 年 4 月 11 日经中华人民共和国商务部以“商资批[2008]436 号”
《关于同意中新苏州工业园区开发有限公司变更为外商投资股份有限公司的批
复》批准,由原中新苏州工业园开发有限公司变更
设立为外商投资股份有限公司,
并于 2008 年 6 月 30 日在江苏省
工商行政管理局注册登记,取得注册号为
320594400000045 的《企业法人营业执照》。




第三条 公司于
[ ]

[ ]

[ ]
日经中国证券监督管理委员会
(
以下简
称中国证监会
)
核准,首次向社会公众发行人民币普通股
[ ]
股,于
[ ]

[ ]

[ ]
日在
[ ]
证券交易所上市。






第四条 公司注册名称:中新苏州工业园区开发集团股份有限公司


英文名称:China
-
Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park Development
Group
Co., Ltd





第五条 公司住所:江苏省苏州市苏州工业

月亮湾路
15
号中

大厦
48

,邮政编码为:
215123





第六条 公司注册资本为人民币[ ]
元。







第七条 公司为永久存续的股份有限公司。






第八条 董事长为公司的法定代表人。





第九条 公司全部资产分为等额股份,股东以其认购的股份为限对公司
承担责任,公司以其全部资产对公司的债务承担责任。






第十条 本公司章程自生效之日起,即成为规范公司的组织与行为、公
司与股东、股东与股东之间权利义务关系的具有法律约束力的文件,对公司、股
东、董事、监事、高级管理人员具有法律约束力的文件。依据本章程,股东可以
起诉股东,股东可以起诉公司董事、监事、总裁和其他高级管理人员,股东可以
起诉公司,公司可以起诉股东、董事、监事、总裁和其他高级管理人员。






第十一条 本章程所称其他高级管理人员是指公司的副总裁、董事会秘书
及财务总监。





第十二条 根据《中国共产党章程》规定,设立中国共产党中新苏州工业
园区开发集团股份有限公司委员会(以下简称公司党委),公司党委发挥领导核
心和政治核心作用,把方向、管大局、保落实。公司要建立党的工作机构,配备
足够数量的党务工作人员,保障党组织的工作经费。







第二章 经营宗旨和范围

第十三条 公司的经营宗旨:(1)充分借鉴和学习新加坡在经济和城市管理
方面的成功经验,按国
际化标准成片开发、建设城市地块或固定区域;
(
2
)
为投
资者创造一个良好的投资环境,并以效益为中心,以市场为导向,不断改善股份
公司的经营管理体制和技术水平;
(
3
)
追求股东权益和社会效益最大化,向高水
平城市运营商的目标迈进







第十四条 经依法登记,公司的经营范围为:进行土地一级开发与经营、
工业厂房及科研载体的开发与运营、物业管理、项目管理、酒店的经营管理、咨
询服务、产业与基础设施开发;投资、举办企业;国家允许进行的其他业务活动;
房地产开发与经营(不含除长租公寓以外的住宅)。(依法须经批准的项目,经相关
部门批准后方可开展经营活动)


公司根据业务发展需要,可以在不违反中国法律以及履行了所有必要的审批
或批准手续后,增加、减少或者调整经营范围和经营方式。





第三章 股份

第一节 股份发行

第十五条 公司的股份采取股票的形式。





第十六条 公司股份的发行,实行公开、公平、公正的原则,同种类的每
一股份应当具有同等权利。



同次发行的同种类股票,每股的发行条件和价格应当相同;任何单位或者个
人所认购的股份,每股应当支付相同价额。




第十七条 公司发行的股票,以人民币标明面值。





第十八条 公司发行的股份,在中国证券登记结算有限责任公司[ ]分
公司集中存管。





第十九条 公司发起人的出资时间均为2008年,各发起人的名称、认购的
股份数、出资方式和持股比例如下表所示:





发起人名称


认购股份数
(
万股
)


出资方式


持股比例





苏州
中方财团控股
股份有限公司


70,148


净资产


52%


新加坡
-
苏州园区开发财团


37,72


净资产


28%


港华投资有限公司


13,490


净资产


10%


苏州新区高新技术产业股份有限公司


6,745


净资产


5%


新工集团私人有限公司


6,745


净资产


5%


合计


134,90





10%







第二十条 公司股份总数为[ ]
股,均为人民币普通股。





第二十一条 公司或公司的子公司(包括公司的附属企业)不以赠与、垫资、
担保、补偿或贷款等形式,对购买或者拟购买公司股份的人提供任何资助。



第二节 股份增减和回购

第二十二条 公司根据经营和发展的需要,依照法律、法规的规定,经股东
大会分别作出决议,可以采用下列方式增加资本:


(一)公开发行股份;

(二)非公开发行股份;

(三)向现有股东派送红股;

(四)以公积金转增股本;

(五)法律、行政法规规定以及中国证监会批准的其他方式。




第二十三条 公司可以减少注册资本。公司减少注册资本,应当按照《公司
法》以及其他有关规定和本章程规定的程序办理。





第二十四条 公司不得收购本公司股份,但是,有下列情形之一的除外:


(一)减少公司注册资本;

(二)与持有本公司股份的其他公司合并;

(三)将股份用于员工持股计划或者股权激励;


(四)股东因对股东大会作出的公司合并、分立决议持异议,要求公司收购其
股份;

(五)将股份用于转换上市公司发行的可转换为股票的公司债券;

(六)上市公司为维护公司价值及股东权益所必需。


除上述情形外,公司不得收购本公司股份。




第二十五条 公司收购本公司股份,可以通过公开的集中交易方式,或者法
律法规和中国证监会认可的其他方式进行。



公司因本章程第二十四条第一款第(三)项、第(五)项、第(六)项规定
的情形收购本公司股份的,应当通过公开的集中交易方式进行。




第二十六条 公司因本章程第二十四条第一款第(一)项、第(二)项规定
的情形收购本公司股份的,应当经股东大会决议;公司因本章程第二十三条第一
款第(三)项、第(五)项、第(六)项规定的情形收购本公司股份的,可以依
照本章程的规定或者股东大会的授权,经三分之二以上董事出席的董事会会议决
议。



公司依照本章程第二十四条第一款规定收购本公司股份后,属于第(一)项
情形的,应当自收购之日起十日内注销;属于第(二)项、第(四)项情形的,
应当在六个月内转让或者注销;属于第(三)项、第(五)项、第(六)项情形
的,公司合计持有的本公司股份数不得超过本公司已发行股份总额的百分之十,
并应当在三年内转让或者注销。




第三节 股份转让

第二十七条 公司的股份可以依法转让。





第二十八条 公司不接受本公司的股票作为质押权的标的。






第二十九条 发起人持有的本公司股份,自公司成立之日起一年内不得转
让。公司公开发行股份前已发行的股份,自公司股票在证券交易所上市交易之日
起一年内不得转让。



公司董事、监事、高级管理人员应当向公司申报其所持有的本公司股份(含
优先股股份)及其变动情况,在任职期间每年转让的股份不得超过其所持有本公
司同一种类股份总数的百分之二十五;所持本公司股份自公司股票上市交易之日
起一年内不得转让。上述人员离职后半年内,不得转让其所持有的本公司股份。





第三十条 公司董事、监事、高级管理人员、持有本公司股份百分之五以
上的股东,将其持有的本公司股票在买入后六个月内卖出,或者在卖出后六个月
内又买入,由此所得收益归本公司所有,本公司董事会将收回其所得收益。但是,
证券公司因包销购入售后剩余股票而持有
百分之五以上股份的,卖出该股票不受
六个月时间限制。



公司董事会不按照前款规定执行的,股东有权要求董事会在三十日内执行。

公司董事会未在上述期限内执行的,股东有权为了公司的利益以自己的名义直接
向人民法院提起诉讼。


公司董事会不按照第一款的规定执行的,负有责任的董事依法承担连带责
任。


第四章 股东和股东大会

第一节 股东

第三十一条 公司依据证券登记机构提供的凭证建立股东名册,股东名册是
证明股东持有公司股份的充分证据。股东按其所持有股份的种类享有权利,承担
义务;持有同一种类股份的股东,享有同等权利,承担同种义务。






第三十二条 公司召开股东大会、分配股利、清算及从事其他需要确认股东
身份的行为时,由董事会或股东大会召集人确定股权登记日,股权登记日收市后
登记在册的股东为享有相关权益的股东。






第三十三条 公司股东享有下列权利:


(一)依照其所持有的股份份额获得股利和其他形式的利益分配;

(二)依法请求、召集、主持、参加或者委派股东代理人参加股东大会,并行
使相应的表决权;

(三)对公司的经营进行监督,提出建议或者质询;

(四)依照法律、行政法规及本章程的规定转让、赠与或质押其所持有的股份;

(五)查阅本章程、股东名册、公司债券存根、股东大会会议记录、董事会会
议决议、监事会会议决议、财务会计报告;

(六)公司终止或者清算时,按其所持有的股份份额参加公司剩余财产的分
配;

(七)对股东大会作出的公司合并、分立决议持异议的股东,要求公司收购其
股份;

(八)法律、行政法规、部门规章或本章程规定的其他权利。




第三十四条 股东提出查阅前条所述有关信息或者索取资料的,应当向公司
提供证明其持有公司股份的种类以及持股数量的书面文件,公司经核实股东身份
后按照股东的要求予以提供。





第三十五条 公司股东大会、董事会决议内容违反法律、行政法规的,股东
有权请求人民法院认定无效。



股东大会、董事会的会议召集程序、表决方式违反法律、行政法规或者本章
程,或者决议内容违反本章程的,股东有权自决议作出之日起六十日内,请求人
民法院撤销。





第三十六条 董事、高级管理人员执行公司职务时违反法律、行政法规或者
本章程的规定,给公司造成损失的,连续一百八十日以上单独或合并持有公司百



分之一以上股份的股东有权书面请求监事会向人民法院提起诉讼;监事会执行公
司职务时违反法律、行政法规或者本章程的规定,给公司造成损失的,股东可以
书面请求董事会向人民法院提起诉讼。



监事会、董事会收到前款规定的股东书面请求后拒绝提起诉讼,或者自收到
请求之日起三十日内未提起诉讼,或者情况紧急、不立即提起诉讼将会使公司利
益受到难以弥补的损害的,前款规定的股东有权为了公司的利益以自己的名义直
接向人民法院提起诉讼。


他人侵犯公司合法权益,给公司造成损失的,本条第一款规定的股东可以依
照前两款的规定向人民法院提起诉讼。




第三十七条 董事、高级管理人员违反法律、行政法规或者本章程的规定,
损害股东利益的,股东可以向人民法院提起诉讼。






第三十八条 公司股东承担下列义务:


(一)遵守法律、行政法规和本章程;

(二)依其所认购的股份和入股方式缴纳股金;

(三)除法律、法规规定的情形外,不得退股;

(四)不得滥用股东权利损害公司或者其他股东的利益;不得滥用公司法人独
立地位和股东有限责任损害公司债权人的利益;

公司股东滥用股东权利给公司或者其他股东造成损失的,应当依法承担赔偿
责任。


公司股东滥用公司法人独立地位和股东有限责任,逃避债务,严重损害公司
债权人利益的,应当对公司债务承担连带责任。


(五)法律、行政法规及本章程规定应当承担的其他义务。




第三十九条 持有公司百分之五以上有表决权股份的股东,将其持有的股份
进行质押的,应当自该事实发生当日,向公司作出书面报告。






第四十条 公司的控股股东、实际控制人员不得利用其关联关系损害公司
利益。违反规定的,给公司造成损失的,应当承担赔偿责任。



公司控股股东及实际控制人对公司和公司中小股东负有诚信义务。控股股东
应严格依法行使出资人的权利,控股股东不得利用利润分配、资产重组、对外投
资、资金占用、借款担保等方式损害公司和社会公众股股东的合法权益,不得利
用其控制地位损害公司和社会公众股股东的利益。


第二节 股东大会的一般规定

第四十一条 股东大会是公司的权力机构,依法行使下列职权:


(一)决定公司的经营方针和投资计划;

(二)选举和更换非由职工代表担任的董事、监事,决定有关董事、监事的报
酬事项;

(三)审议批准董事会的报告;

(四)审议批准监事会报告;

(五)审议批准公司的年度财务预算方案、决算方案;

(六)审议批准公司的利润分配方案和弥补亏损方案;

(七)对公司增加或者减少注册资本作出决议;

(八)对发行公司债券作出决议;

(九)对公司合并、分立、解散、清算或者变更公司形式作出决议;

(十)修改本章程;

(十一)对公司聘用、解聘会计师事务所作出决议;

(十二)审议批准第四十二条规定的担保事项;

(十三)审议公司在一年内购买、出售重大资产超过公司最近一期经审计总资
产百分之三十的事项;

(十四)审议批准变更募集资金用途事项;

(十五)审议股权激励计划;

(十六)审议法律、行政法规、部门规章或本章程规定应当由股东大会决定的


其他事项。




第四十二条 公司下列对外担保行为,须经股东大会审议通过。



(一)本公司及本公司控股子公司的对外担保总额,达到或超过最近一期经审
计净资产的百分之五十以后提供的任何担保;

(二)公司的对外担保总额,达到或超过最近一期经审计总资产的百分之三十
以后提供的任何担保;

(三)为资产负债率超过百分之七十的担保对象提供的担保;

(四)单笔担保额超过最近一期经审计净资产百分之十的担保;

(五)对股东、实际控制人及其关联方提供的担保;

(六)根据法律、行政法规、部门规章的规定应由股东大会审批的其他对外担
保。


本章程所述的对外担保不包含公司为购房客户提供的按揭贷款担保。


应由股东大会审批的对外担保,必须经董事会审议通过后,方可提交股东大
会审批。股东大会在审议为股东、实际控制人及其关联方提供的担保议案时,该
股东或受该实际控制人支配的股东,不得参与该项表决。上述第(二)项所述担保
涉及为股东、实际控制人或其关联方提供担保的,须经出席股东大会的其他股东
所持表决权的三分之二以上通过;上述第(一)、(三)、(四)项所述担保涉及为股东、
实际控制人或其关联方提供担保的,须经出席股东大会的其他股东所持表决权的
半数以上通过。





第四十三条 股东大会分为年度股东大会和临时股东大会。年度股东大会每
年召开一次,应当于上一会计年度结束后的六个月内举行。






第四十四条 有下列情形之一的,公司在事实发生之日起两个月以内召开临
时股东大会:


(一)董事人数不足《公司法》规定人数或者本章程所定人数的三分之二时;


(二)公司未弥补的亏损达实收股本总额三分之一时;

(三)单独或者合计持有公司百分之十以上股份的股东请求时;

(四)董事会认为必要时;

(五)监事会提议召开时;

(六)法律、行政法规、部门规章或本章程规定的其他情形。





第四十五条 本公司召开股东大会的地点为:公司住所地或会议通知指定的
其他地点。股东大会将设置会场,以现场会议形式召开。公司还将提供网络或其
他方式为股东参加股东大会提供便利。股东通过上述方式参加股东大会的,视为
出席。





第四十六条 本公司召开股东大会时将聘请律师对以下问题出具法律意见并
公告:


(一)会议的召集、召开程序是否符合法律、行政法规、本章程;

(二)出席会议人员的资格、召集人资格是否合法有效;

(三)会议的表决程序、表决结果是否合法有效;

(四)应本公司要求对其他有关问题出具的法律意见。


第三节 股东大会的召集

第四十七条 独立董事有权向董事会提议召开临时股东大会。对独立董事要
求召开临时股东大会的提议,董事会应当根据法律、行政法规和本章程的规定,
在收到提议后十日内提出同意或不同意召开临时股东大会的书面反馈意见。董事
会同意召开临时股东大会的,将在作出董事会决议后的五日内发出召开股东大会
的通知;董事会不同意召开临时股东大会的,将说明理由并公告。





第四十八条 监事会有权向董事会提议召开临时股东大会,并应当以书面形
式向董事会提出。董事会应当根据法律、行政法规和本章程的规定,在收到提案
后十日内提出同意或不同意召开临时股东大会的书面反馈意见。




董事会同意召开临时股东大会的,将在作出董事会决议后的五日内发出召开
股东大会的通知,通知中对原提议的变更,应征得监事会的同意。


董事会不同意召开临时股东大会,或者在收到提案后十日内未作出反馈的,
视为董事会不能履行或者不履行召集股东大会会议职责,监事会可以自行召集和
主持。




第四十九条 单独或者合计持有公司百分之十以上股份的股东有权向董事
会请求召开临时股东大会,并应当以书面形式向董事会提出。董事会应当根据法
律、行政法规和本章程的规定,在收到请求后十日内提出同意或不同意召开临时
股东大会的书面反馈意见。



董事会同意召开临时股东大会的,应当在作出董事会决议后的五日内发出召
开股东大会的通知,通知中对原请求的变更,应当征得相关股东的同意。


董事会不同意召开临时股东大会,或者在收到请求后十日内未作出反馈的,
单独或者合计持有公司百分之十以上股份的股东有权向监事会提议召开临时股
东大会,并应当以书面形式向监事会提出请求。


监事会同意召开临时股东大会的,应在收到请求五日内发出召开股东大会的
通知,通知中对原提案的变更,应当征得相关股东的同意。


监事会未在规定期限内发出股东大会通知的,视为监事会不召集和主持股东
大会,连续九十日以上单独或者合计持有公司百分之十以上股份的股东可以自行
召集和主持。




第五十条 监事会或股东决定自行召集股东大会的,须书面通知董事会,
同时向公司所在地中国证监会派出机构和证券交易所备案。



在股东大会决议公告前,召集股东持股比例不得低于
百分之十。



召集股东应在发出股东大会通知及股东大会决议公告时,向公司所在地中国
证监会派出机构和证券交易所提交有关证明材料。






第五十一条 对于监事会或股东自行召集的股东大会,董事会和董事会秘书
将予配合。董事会应当提供股权登记日的股东名册。





第五十二条 监事会或股东自行召集的股东大会,会议所必需的费用由本公
司承担。



第四节 股东大会的提案与通知

第五十三条 提案的内容应当属于股东大会职权范围,有明确议题和具体决
议事项,并且符合法律、行政法规和本章程的有关规定。





第五十四条 公司召开股东大会,董事会、监事会以及单独或者合并持有公
司百分之三以上股份的股东,有权向公司提出提案。



单独或者合计持有公司百分之三以上股份的股东,可以在股东大会召开十日
前提出临时提案并书面提交召集人。召集人应当在收到提案后两日内发出股东大
会补充通知,公告临时提案的内容。


除前款规定的情形外,召集人在发出股东大会通知后,不得修改股东大会通
知中已列明的提案或增加新的提案。


股东大会通知中未列明或不符合本章程第五十三条规定的提案,股东大会不
得进行表决并作出决议。




第五十五条 召集人将在年度股东大会召开二十日前以公告方式通知各股
东,临时股东大会将于会议召开十五日前以公告方式通知各股东。





第五十六条 股东大会的通知包括以下内容:


(一)会议的时间、地点和会议期限;

(二)提交会议审议的事项和提案;

(三)以明显的文字说明:全体普通股股东(含表决权恢复的优先股股东)均
有权出席股东大会,并可以书面委托代理人出席会议和参加表决,该股东代理人


不必是公司的股东;

(四)有权出席股东大会股东的股权登记日;

(五)会务常设联系人姓名,电话号码。




第五十七条 股东大会拟讨论董事、监事选举事项的,股东大会通知中将充
分披露董事、监事候选人的详细资料,至少包括以下内容:


(一)教育背景、工作经历、兼职等个人情况;

(二)与本公司或本公司的控股股东及实际控制人是否存在关联关系;

(三)披露持有本公司股份数量;

(四)是否受过中国证监会及其他有关部门的处罚和证券交易所惩戒。


除采取累积投票制选举董事、监事外,每位董事、监事候选人应当以单项提
案提出。




第五十八条 发出股东大会通知后,无正当理由,股东大会不应延期或取消,
股东大会通知中列明的提案不应取消。一旦出现延期或取消的情形,召集人应当
在原定召开日前至少两个工作日公告并说明原因。



第五节 股东大会的召开

第五十九条 本公司董事会和其他召集人将采取必要措施,保证股东大会的
正常秩序。对于干扰股东大会、寻衅滋事和侵犯股东合法权益的行为,将采取措
施加以制止并及时报告有关部门查处。





第六十条 股权登记日登记在册的所有普通股股东(含表决权恢复的优先
股股东)或其代理人,均有权出席股东大会。并依照有关法律、法规及本章程行
使表决权。



股东可以亲自出席股东大会,也可以委托代理人代为出席和表决。




第六十一条 个人股东亲自出席会议的,应出示本人身份证或其他能够表明



其身份的有效证件或证明、股票账户卡;委托代理他人出席会议的,应出示本人
有效身份证件、股东授权委托书。



法人股东应由法定代表人或者法定代表人委托的代理人出席会议。法定代表
人出席会议的,应出示本人身份证、能证明其具有法定代表人资格的有效证明;
委托代理人出席会议的,代理人应出示本人身份证、法人股东单位的法定代表人
依法出具的书面授权委托书。




第六十二条 股东出具的委托他人出席股东大会的授权委托书应当载明下
列内容:


(一)代理人的姓名;

(二)是否具有表决权;

(三)分别对列入股东大会议程的每一审议事项投赞成、反对或弃权票的指
示;

(四)委托书签发日期和有效期限;

(五)委托人签名(或盖章)。委托人为法人股东的,应加盖法人单位印章。




第六十三条 委托书应当注明如果股东不作具体指示,股东代理人是否可以
按自己的意思表决。





第六十四条 代理投票授权委托书由委托人授权他人签署的,授权签署的授
权书或者其他授权文件应当经过公证。经公证的授权书或者其他授权文件,和投
票代理委托书均需备置于公司住所或者召集会议的通知中指定的其他地方。



委托人为法人的,由其法定代表人或者董事会、其他决策机构决议授权的人
作为代表出席公司的股东大会。




第六十五条 出席会议人员的会议登记册由公司负责制作。会议登记册载明
参加会议人员姓名(或单位名称)、身份证号码、住所地址、持有或者代表有表决



权的股份数额、被代理人姓名(或单位名称)等事项。





第六十六条 召集人和公司聘请的律师将依据证券登记结算机构提供的股
东名册共同对股东资格的合法性进行验证,并登记股东姓名(或名称)及其所持有
表决权的股份数。在会议主持人宣布现场出席会议的股东和代理人人数及所持有
表决权的股份总数之前,会议登记应当终止。





第六十七条 股东大会召开时,本公司全体董事、监事和董事会秘书应当出
席会议,总裁和其他高级管理人员应当列席会议。





第六十八条 股东大会由董事长主持。董事长不能履行职务或不履行职务
时,由副董事长主持,副董事长不能履行职务或者不履行职务时,由半数以上董
事共同推举的一名董事主持。



监事会自行召集的股东大会,由监事会主席主持。监事会主席不能履行职务
或不履行职务时,由半数以上监事共同推举的一名监事主持。


股东自行召集的股东大会,由召集人推举代表主持。


召开股东大会时,会议主持人违反议事规则使股东大会无法继续进行的,经
现场出席股东大会有表决权过半数的股东同意,股东大会可推举一人担任会议主
持人,继续开会。





第六十九条 公司制定股东大会议事规则,详细规定股东大会的召开和表决
程序,包括通知、登记、提案的审议、投票、计票、表决结果的宣布、会议决议
的形成、会议记录及其签署、公告等内容,以及股东大会对董事会的授权原则,
授权内容应明确具体。股东大会议事规则应作为章程的附件,由董事会拟定,股
东大会批准。





第七十条 在年度股东大会上,董事会、监事会应当就其过去一年的工作



向股东大会作出报告。每名独立董事也应作出述职报告。





第七十一条 董事、监事、高级管理人员在股东大会上就股东的质询和建议
作出解释和说明。





第七十二条 会议主持人应当在表决前宣布现场出席会议的股东和代理人
人数及所持有表决权的股份总数,现场出席会议的股东和代理人人数及所持有表
决权的股份总数以会议登记为准。





第七十三条 股东大会应有会议记录,由董事会秘书负责。



会议记录记载以下内容:

(一)会议时间、地点、议程和召集人姓名或名称;

(二)会议主持人以及出席或列席会议的董事、监事、总裁和其他高级管理人
员姓名;

(三)出席会议的股东和代理人人数、所持有表决权的股份总数及占公司股份
总数的比例;

(四)对每一提案的审议经过、发言要点和表决结果;

(五)股东的质询意见或建议以及相应的答复或说明;

(六)律师及计票人、监票人姓名;

(七)本章程规定应当载入会议记录的其他内容。




第七十四条 召集人应当保证会议记录内容真实、准确和完整。出席会议的
董事、监事、董事会秘书、召集人或其代表、会议主持人应当在会议记录上签名。

会议记录应当与现场出席股东的签名册及代理出席的委托书、网络及其他方式表
决情况的有效资料一并保存,保存期限为十年。





第七十五条 召集人应当保证股东大会连续举行,直至形成最终决议。因不



可抗力等特殊原因导致股东大会中止或不能作出决议的,应采取必要措施尽快恢
复召开股东大会或直接终止本次股东大会,并及时公告。同时,召集人应向公司
所在地中国证监会派出机构及证券交易所报告。



第六节 股东大会的表决和决议

第七十六条 股东大会决议分为普通决议和特别决议。



股东大会作出普通决议,应当由出席股东大会的股东(包括股东代理人)所持
表决权的二分之一以上通过。


股东大会作出特别决议,应当由出席股东大会的股东(包括股东代理人)所持
表决权的三分之二以上通过。




第七十七条 下列事项由股东大会以普通决议通过:


(一)董事会和监事会的工作报告;

(二)董事会拟定的利润分配方案和弥补亏损方案;

(三)董事会和监事会成员的任免及其报酬和支付方法;

(四)公司年度预算方案、决算方案;

(五)公司年度报告;

(六)除法律、行政法规或本章程规定应当以特别决议通过以外的其他事项。




第七十八条 下列事项由股东大会以特别决议通过:


(一)公司增加或者减少注册资本;

(二)公司的分立、合并、解散和清算;

(三)本章程的修改;

(四)公司在一年内购买、出售重大资产或者担保金额超过公司最近一期经审
计总资产百分之三十的;

(五)股权激励计划;

(六)法律、行政法规或本章程规定的,以及股东大会以普通决议认定会对公
司产生重大影响的、需要以特别决议通过的其他事项。





第七十九条 股东(包括股东代理人)以其所代表的有表决权的股份数额行使
表决权,每一股份享有一票表决权。



股东大会审议影响中小投资者利益的重大事项时,对中小投资者表决应当单
独计票。单独计票结果应当及时公开披露。


公司持有的本公司股份没有表决权,且该部分股份不计入出席股东大会有表
决权的股份总数。


公司董事会、独立董事和符合相关规定条件的股东可以公开征集股东投票
权。征集股东投票权应当向被征集人充分披露具体投票意向等信息。禁止以有偿
或者变相有偿的方式征集股东投票权。公司不得对征集投票权提出最低持股比例
限制。




第八十条 股东大会审议有关关联交易事项时,关联股东不应当参与投票
表决,其所代表的有表决权的股份数不计入有效表决总数;股东大会决议的公告
应当充分披露非关联股东的表决情况




前款所称关联股东包括下列股东或者具有下列情形之一的股东:


(一)为交易对方;


(二)为交易对方的直接或者间接控制人;


(三)被交易对方直接或者间接控制;


(四)与交易对方受同一法人或其他组织或者自然人直接或间接控制;


(五)因与交易对方或者其关联人存在尚未履行完毕的股权转让协议或者其
他协议而使其表决权受到限制和影响的股东;


(六)中国证监会或者


交易所
所认定的可能造成上市公司利益对其倾斜
的股东。



关联股东的回避和表决程序为:

(一)公司董事会秘书或关联股东或其他股东根据相关规定提出关联股东回避
申请并进行回避;


(二)关联股东不得参与审议有关关联交易事项;

(三)股东大会对有关关联交易事项进行表决时,在扣除关联股东所代表的有
表决权的股份数后,由出席股东大会的非关联股东按本章程规定表决。





第八十一条 公司应在保证股东大会合法、有效的前提下,通过各种方式和
途径,优先提供网络形式的投票平台等现代信息技术手段,为股东参加股东大会
提供便利。





第八十二条 除公司处于危机等特殊情况外,非经股东大会以特别决议批
准,公司将不与董事、总裁和其它高级管理人员以外的人订立将公司全部或者重
要业务的管理交予该人负责的合同。





第八十三条 董事、监事候选人名单以提案的方式提请股东大会表决。



在董事、监事的选举过程中,当控股股东控股比例在百分之三十以上时,应
当采用累积投票制,具体使用办法为:股东大会在选举两名以上董事、监事时,
股东所持有的每一股份都拥有与应选董事、监事总人数相等的投票权,股东既可
以用所有的投票权集中选举一人,也可以分散选举数人,按得票多少依次决定董
事、监事人选。


前款所称累积投票制是指股东大会选举董事或者监事时,每一股份拥有与应
选董事或者监事人数相同的表决权,股东拥有的表决权可以集中使用。董事会应
当向股东公告候选董事、监事的简历和基本情况。


董事及监事的提名方式和程序为:

(一)股份公司成立后首届董事会董事,首届监事会中的股东代表监事须由股
东大会从发起人各方推荐的董事候选人、监事候选人中选举产生。


(二)董事会、监事会换届选举或在届内更换董事、监事时,由现届董事会、
监事会听取有关股东意见,或由单独或合并持有公司发行在外有表决权股份总数
百分之三以上的股东通过股东大会临时提案的方式提名,提出下届董事会、监事


会成员侯选人名单。董事、监事候选人名单以提案的方式提请股东大会表决。


(三)监事会中的职工代表由公司职工通过职工代表大会、职工大会或者其他
形式民主选举产生。


董事会、监事会提名董事、监事候选人的具体方式和程序为:1、在章程规
定的人数范围内,按照拟选任的人数,由董事会提名委员会(以下简称提名委员
会)提出董事候选人的建议名单,经董事会决议通过后,由董事会提出董事候选
人名单提交股东大会选举;由监事会提出拟由股东代表出任的监事候选人的建议
名单,经监事会决议通过后,由监事会提出股东代表出任的监事候选人名单提交
股东大会选举; 2、单独或合并持有公司发行在外有表决权股份总数百分之三以
上的股东可以向公司董事会提出董事候选人或向公司监事会提出由股东代表出
任的监事候选人。如公司董事会或监事会未接受上述股东的提名,上述股东可以
临时提案的方式向股东大会提出,但应当遵守法律、法规及公司章程关于股东大
会临时提案的有关规定。3、监事会中的职工代表由公司职工通过职工代表大会、
职工大会或者其他形式民主选举产生。




第八十四条 股东大会审议董事、监事选举的提案,应当对每一个董事、监
事候选人逐个进行表决。





第八十五条 董事候选人应在股东大会召开之前作出书面承诺,同意接受提
名,承诺公开披露的董事候选人的详细资料真实、完整并保证当选后切实履行董
事职责。





第八十六条 除累积投票制外,股东大会将对所有提案进行逐项表决,对同
一事项有不同提案的,将按提案提出的时间顺序进行表决。除因不可抗力等特殊
原因导致股东大会中止或不能作出决议外,股东大会将不会对提案进行搁置或不
予表决。






第八十七条 股东大会审议提案时,不会对提案进行修改,否则,有关变更
应当被视为一个新的提案,不能在本次股东大会上进行表决。





第八十八条 同一表决权只能选择现场、网络或其他表决方式中的一种。同
一表决权出现重复表决的以第一次投票结果为准。





第八十九条 股东大会采取记名方式投票表决。





第九十条 股东大会对提案进行表决前,应当推举两名股东代表参加计票
和监票。审议事项与股东有利害关系的,相关股东及代理人不得参加计票、监票。



股东大会对提案进行表决时,应当由律师、股东代表与监事代表共同负责计
票、监票,并当场公布表决结果,决议的表决结果载入会议记录。


通过网络或其他方式投票的股东或其代理人,有权通过相应的投票系统查验
自己的投票结果。





第九十一条 股东大会现场结束时间不得早于网络或其他方式,会议主持人
应当宣布每一提案的表决情况和结果,并根据表决结果宣布提案是否通过。



在正式公布表决结果前,股东大会现场、网络及其他表决方式中所涉及的公
司、计票人、监票人、主要股东、网络服务方等相关各方对表决情况均负有保密
义务。




第九十二条 出席股东大会的股东,应当对提交表决的提案发表以下意见之
一:同意、反对或弃权。证券登记结算机构作为内地与香港股票市场交易互联互
通机制股票的名义持有人,按照实际持有人意思表示进行申报的除外。



未填、错填、字迹无法辨认的表决票、未投的表决票均视为投票人放弃表决
权利,其所持股份数的表决结果应计为“弃权”。





第九十三条 会议主持人如果对提交表决的决议结果有任何怀疑,可以对所
投票数组织点票;如果会议主持人未进行点票,出席会议的股东或者股东代理人
对会议主持人宣布结果有异议的,有权在宣布表决结果后立即要求点票,会议主
持人应当立即组织点票。






第九十四条 股东大会决议应当及时公告,公告中应列明出席会议的股东和
代理人人数、所持有表决权的股份总数及占公司有表决权股份总数的比例、表决
方式、每项提案的表决结果和通过的各项决议的详细内容。





第九十五条 提案未获通过,或者本次股东大会变更前次股东大会决议的,
应当在股东大会决议公告中作特别提示。





第九十六条 股东大会通过有关董事、监事选举提案的,新任董事、监事自
股东大会决议作出之日起就任。






第九十七条 股东大会通过有关派现、送股或资本公积转增股本提案的,公
司将在股东大会结束后两个月内实施具体方案。







第五章 董事会

第一节 董事

第九十八条 公司董事为自然人,有下列情形之一的,不能担任公司的董事:


(一)无民事行为能力或者限制民事行为能力;

(二)因贪污、贿赂、侵占财产、挪用财产或者破坏社会主义市场经济秩序,
被判处刑罚,执行期满未逾五年,或者因犯罪被剥夺政治权利,执行期满未逾五
年;

(三)担任破产清算的公司、企业的董事或者厂长、总裁,对该公司、企业的


破产负有个人责任的,自该公司、企业破产清算完结之日起未逾三年;

(四)担任因违法被吊销营业执照、责令关闭的公司、企业的法定代表人,并
负有个人责任的,自该公司、企业被吊销营业执照之日起未逾三年;

(五)个人所负数额较大的债务到期未清偿;

(六)被中国证监会处以证券市场禁入处罚,期限未满的;

(七)法律、行政法规或部门规章规定的其他内容。


违反本条规定选举、委派董事的,该选举、委派或者聘任无效。董事在任职
期间出现本条情形的,公司解除其职务。





第九十九条 董事由股东大会选举或更换,并可在任期届满前由股东大会解
除其职务。董事任期三年,任期届满可连选连任。



董事任期从就任之日起计算,至本届董事会任期届满时为止。董事任期届满
未及时改选,在改选出的董事就任前,原董事仍应当依照法律、行政法规、部门
规章和本章程的规定,履行董事职务。


董事可以由总裁或者其他高级管理人员兼任,但兼任总裁或者其他高级管理
人员职务的董事以及由职工代表担任的董事,总计不得超过公司董事总数的二分
之一。




第一百条 董事应当遵守法律、行政法规和本章程,对公司负有下列忠实
义务:


(一)不得利用职权收受贿赂或者其他非法收入,不得侵占公司的财产;

(二)不得挪用公司资金;

(三)不得将公司资产或者资金以其个人名义或者其他个人名义开立账户存
储;

(四)不得违反本章程的规定,未经股东大会或董事会同意,将公司资金借贷
给他人或者以公司财产为他人提供担保;

(五)不得违反本章程的规定或未经股东大会同意,与本公司订立合同或者进


行交易;

(六)未经股东大会同意,不得利用职务便利,为自己或他人谋取本应属于公
司的商业机会,自营或者为他人经营与本公司同类的业务;

(七)不得接受与公司交易的佣金归为己有;

(八)不得擅自披露公司秘密;

(九)不得利用其关联关系损害公司利益;

(十)法律、行政法规、部门规章及本章程规定的其他忠实义务。


董事违反本条规定所得的收入,应当归公司所有;给公司造成损失的,应当
承担赔偿责任。





第一百〇一条 董事应当遵守法律、行政法规和本章程,对公司负有下列
勤勉义务:


(一)应谨慎、认真、勤勉地行使公司赋予的权利,以保证公司的商业行为符
合国家法律、行政法规以及国家各项经济政策的要求,商业活动不超过营业执照
规定的业务范围;

(二)应公平对待所有股东;

(三)及时了解公司业务经营管理状况;

(四)应当对公司定期报告签署书面确认意见。保证公司所披露的信息真实、
准确、完整;

(五)应当如实向监事会提供有关情况和资料,不得妨碍监事会或者监事行使
职权;

(六)法律、行政法规、部门规章及本章程规定的其他勤勉义务。




第一百〇二条 董事连续两次未能亲自出席,也不委托其他董事出席董事会
会议,视为不能履行职责,董事会应当建议股东大会予以撤换。





第一百〇三条 董事可以在任期届满以前提出辞职。董事辞职应向董事会提



交书面辞职报告。董事会将在两日内披露有关情况。



如因董事的辞职导致公司董事会低于法定最低人数时,在改选出的董事就任
前,原董事仍应当依照法律、行政法规、部门规章和本章程规定,履行董事职务。


除前款所列情形外,董事辞职自辞职报告送达董事会时生效。


第一百〇四条 董事辞职生效或者任期届满,应向董事会办妥所有移交手
续,其对公司和股东承担的忠实义务,在任期结束后并不当然解除,在两年内仍
然有效。





第一百〇五条 未经本章程规定或者董事会的合法授权,任何董事不得以个
人名义代表公司或者董事会行事。董事以其个人名义行事时,在第三方会合理地
认为该董事在代表公司或者董事会行事的情况下,该董事应当事先声明其立场和
身份。





第一百〇六条 董事执行公司职务时违反法律、行政法规、部门规章或本章
程的规定,给公司造成损失的,应当承担赔偿责任。

第一百〇七条 独立董事应按照法律、行政法规及部门规章的有关规定执
行。



第二节 董事会

第一百〇八条 公司设董事会,对股东大会负责。





第一百〇九条 董事会由九
名董事组成,设董事长一人,副董事长一
人。





第一百一十条 董事会行使下列职权:


(一)召集股东大会,并向股东大会报告工作;

(二)执行股东大会的决议;

(三)决定公司的经营计划和投资方案;

(四)制订公司的年度财务预算方案、决算方案;


(五)制订公司的利润分配方案和弥补亏损方案;

(六)制订公司增加或者减少注册资本、发行债券或其他证券及上市方案;

(七)拟订公司重大收购、收购本公司股票或者合并、分立、解散及变更公司
形式的方案;

(八)在股东大会授权范围内,决定公司对外投资、收购出售资产、资产抵押、
对外担保事项、委托理财、关联交易等事项;

(九)决定公司内部管理机构的设置;

(十)聘任或者解聘公司总裁、董事会秘书;根据总裁的提名,聘任或者解聘
公司副总裁、财务负责人等高级管理人员,并决定其报酬事项和奖惩事项;

(十一)制订公司的基本管理制度;

(十二)制订本章程的修改方案;

(十三)管理公司信息披露事项;

(十四)向股东大会提请聘请或更换为公司审计的会计师事务所;

(十五)听取公司总裁的工作汇报并检查总裁的工作;

(十六)法律、行政法规、部门规章或本章程授予的其他职权。


公司董事会设立战略委员会、审计委员会、提名委员会、薪酬与考核委员会
等专门委员会。专门委员会对董事会负责,依照本章程和董事会授权履行职责,
提案应当提交董事会审议决定。专门委员会成员全部由董事组成,其中审计委员
会、提名委员会、薪酬与考核委员会中独立董事占多数并担任召集人,审计委员
会的召集人为会计专业人士。董事会负责制定专门委员会工作规程,规范专门委
员会的运作。




第一百一十一条 公司董事会应当就注册会计师对公司财务报告出具的非
标准审计意见向股东大会作出说明。





第一百一十二条 董事会制定董事会议事规则,以确保董事会落实股东大
会决议,提高工作效率,保证科学决策。






第一百一十三条 董事会应当确定对外投资、收购出售资产、资产抵押、
对外担保事项、委托理财、关联交易的权限,建立严格的审查和决策程序;重大
投资项目应当组织有关专家、专业人员进行评审,并报股东大会批准。



股东大会授予董事会对外投资、收购出售资产、资产抵押、对外担保事项、
委托理财、关联交易的权限依据股东大会审议通过的对外投资管理办法、对外担
保管理办法、关联交易管理办法等公司相关制度执行。




第一百一十四条 董事会设董事长一人,副董事长一
人。董事长和副董事
长由董事会以全体董事的过半数选举产生。





第一百一十五条 董事长行使下列职权:


(一)主持股东大会和召集、主持董事会会议;

(二)督促、检查董事会决议的执行;

(

)
签署公司股票、公司债券及其他有价证券;

(四)签署董事会重要文件和其他应由公司法定代表人签署的其他文件;

(五)行使法定代表人的职权;

(六)批准实施以下事项:


1

不超过公司最近一期经审计总资产百分之零点五
的对外投资、收购出售
资产、资产抵押、委托理财等事项(关联交易、对外担保除外)




上述购买或者出售资产是指公司在日常经营活动之外的资产购买或出售。



2
、公司拟与关联人发生的交易金额
在人民币
三百
万元以下,或占公司最近
一期经审计净资产绝对值在
百分之零点五
以下的关联交易;


3
、董事会授予的全年贷款额度范围内的贷款,以及在超过全年贷款额度时
单笔新增金额或在一个完整会计年度内累计新增金额低于最近一期经审计总资

百分之零点五
以下的贷款;


4
、聘任或者解聘除应由董事会决定聘任或者解聘以外的负责管理人员。




(七)在发生特大自然灾害等不可抗力的紧急情况下,对公司事务行使符合法
律规定和公司利益的特别处置权,并在事后向公司董事会和股东大会报告;

(八)董事会授予的其他职权。




第一百一十六条 公司副董事长协助董事长工作,董事长不能履行职务或
者不履行职务的,由副董事长履行职务;副董事长不能履行职务或者不履行职务
的,由半数以上董事共同推举一名董事履行职务。





第一百一十七条 董事会每年至少召开两次会议,由董事长召集,于会议
召开十日以前书面通知全体董事和监事。





第一百一十八条 代表十分之一以上表决权的股东、三分之一以上董事或
者监事会,可以提议召开董事会临时会议。董事长应当自接到提议后十日内,召
集和主持董事会会议。





第一百一十九条 董事会召开临时
董事会
会议的通知可以采用专人送达、
传真、电子邮件的方式,通知时限为会议召开

日前通知全体董事。但是,情况
紧急需尽快召开董事会临时会
议的,可以通过电话或者其他口头方式发出会议通
知,但召集人应在会议上作出说明






第一百二十条 董事会会议通知包括以下内容:


(一)会议日期和地点;

(二)会议期限;

(三)事由及议题;

(四)发出通知的日期。




第一百二十一条 董事会会议应有过半数的董事出席方可举行。董事会作



出决议,必须经全体董事的过半数通过。



董事会决议的表决,实行一人一票。




第一百二十二条 董事会审议关联交易事项时,关联董事应当回避表决,
也不得代理其他董事行使表决权。该董事会会议由过半数的无关联关系董事出席
即可举行,董事会会议所作决议须经无关联关系董事过半数通过。出席董事会的
无关联董事人数不足三人的,应将该事项提交股东大会审议。



前款所称关联董事包括下列董事或者具有下列情形之一的董事:

(一)为交易对方;

(二)为交易对方的直接或者间接控制人;

(三)在交易对方任职,或者在能直接或间接控制该交易对方的法人或其他
组织、该交易对方直接或者间接控制的法人或其他组织任职;

(四)为交易对方或者其直接或者间接控制人的关系密切的家庭成员(关系
密切的家庭成员,包括配偶、年满18周岁的子女及其配偶、父母及配偶的父母、
兄弟姐妹及其配偶、配偶的兄弟姐妹、子女配偶的父母,下同);

(五)为交易对方或者其直接或者间接控制人的董事、监事或高级管理人员
的关系密切的家庭成员;

(六)中国证监会、证券交易所或者公司基于实质重于形式原则认定的其独
立商业判断可能受到影响的董事。


董事个人或者其所任职的其他企业直接或者间接与公司已有的或者计划中
的合同、交易、安排有关联关系时
(
聘任合同除外
)
,不论有关事项在一般情况
下是否需要董事会批准同意,均应当尽快向董事会披露其关联关系的性质和程
度。



除非有关联关系的董事按照本条前款的要求向董事会作了披露,并且董事
会在不将其计入法定人数,该董事亦未参加表决的会议上
批准了该事项,公司
有权撤销该合同、交易或者安排,但在对方是善意第三人的情况下除外。有关
联关系的董事在董事会就有关联交易进行表决时不参与表决。




有关联关系的董事回避和表决程序为:


(

)
公司董事会秘书或关联关系董事或其他董事根据相关规定提出关联董
事回避申请并进行回避;


(

)
关联关系董事不得参与审议有关联交易事项;


(

)
董事会对有关联交易事项进行表决时,在扣除关联关系董事所代表
的表决权后,由出席董事会的非关联关系董事按本章程规定表决。





第一百二十三条 董事会决议表决方式为:以记名方式投票或举手表决。

每名董事有一票表决权。



董事会临时会议在保障董事充分表达意见的前提下,可以用传真等方式进行
并作出决议,并由参会董事签字。




第一百二十四条 董事会会议,应由董事本人出席;董事因故不能出席,
可以书面委托其他董事代为出席,委托书中应载明代理人的姓名,代理事项、授
权范围和有效期限,并由委托人签名或盖章。代为出席会议的董事应当在授权范
围内行使董事的权利。董事未出席董事会会议,亦未委托代表出席的,视为放弃
在该次会议上的投票权。





第一百二十五条 董事会应当对会议所议事项的决定做成会议记录,出席
会议的董事应当在会议记录上签名。



董事会会议记录作为公司档案保存,保存期限为十
年。




第一百二十六条 董事会会议记录包括以下内容:


(一)会议召开的日期、地点和召集人姓名;

(二)出席董事的姓名以及受他人委托出席董事会的董事(代理人)姓名;

(三)会议议程;

(四)董事发言要点;


(五)每一决议事项的表决方式和结果(表决结果应载明赞成、反对或弃权的票
数)。




第三节 独立董事

第一百二十七条 公司董事会设三名独立董事。独立董事应当忠实履行职
务,维护公司利益,尤其要关注中小股东的合法权益不受损害。



独立董事应当独立公正地履行职责,不受公司主要股东、实际控制人或其他
与公司存在利害关系的单位和个人的影响。若
发现所审议事项存在影响其独立性
的情况,应向公司申明并实行回避。任职期间出现明显影响独立性的情形的,应
及时通知公司,必要时应提出辞职。






第一百二十八条 公司董事会、监事会、单独或者合并持有公司已发行股
份百分之一以上的股东可以提出独立董事候选人,并经股东大会选举决定。






第一百二十九条 独立董事除享有法律、法规及本公司章程赋予董事的职
权外,还享有以下特别职权:


(一)重大关联交易
(
指公司拟与关联人达成的总额高于三百万元且高于公司
最近经审计净资产值百分之零点五的关联交易
)
应由独立董事认可后,提交董事
会讨论;独立董事作出判断前,可以聘请中介机构
出具独立财务顾问报告,作为
其判断的依据。



(二)向董事会提议聘用或解聘会计师事务所;


(三)向董事会提请召开临时股东大会;


(四)提议召开董事会;


(五)独立聘请外部审计机构和咨询机构;


(六)可以在股东大会召开前公开向股东征集投票权。



独立董事行使上述职权应当取得全体独立董事的二分之一以上同意。



如上述提议未被采纳或上述职权不能正常行使,公司应将有关情况予以披



露。






第一百三十条 独立董事应当按时出席董事会议,了解公司的生产经营和
运作情况,主动调查、获取做出决策所需要的情况和资料。

除参加董事会议
外,独立董事每年应
保证不少于十天的时间,对公司生产经营状况、管理和内部
控制等制度的建设及执行情况、董事会决议执行情况等进行现场调查。

独立董事应当向公司年度股东大会提交全体独立董事年度报告书,对其履行
职责情况进行说明。






第一百三十一条 独立董事应当对下述公司重大事项发表同意、保留意见
及其理由、反对意见及其理由和无法发表意见及其理由的独立意见:
(

)
提名、任免董事;
(

)
聘任解聘高级管理人员;
(

)
公司董事、高级管理人员的薪酬;
(

)
公司董事会未作出现金利润分配
预案;
(

)
公司的股东、实际控制人及其关联企业对公司现有或新发生的总额高
于三百万元或高于公司最近经审计净资产值的百分之五的借款或其他资金往来,
以及公司是否采取有效措施回收欠款;
(

)
独立董事认为有可能损害中小股东合法权益的事项;
(

)
公司章程规定的其他事项。






第一百三十二条
独立董事发现公司存在下列情形时,应当积极主动履行
尽职调查义务,必要时应聘请中介机构进行专项调查:


(

)
重要事项未按规定提交董事会审议;


(

)
未及时履行信息披露义务;


(

)
公开信息中存在虚假记载、误导性陈述或重大遗漏;


(

)
其他涉嫌违法违规或损害中小股东权益的情形。






第一百三十三条
出现下列情形之一的,独立董事应当发表公开声明:


(

)
被公司免职,本人认为免职理由不当的;


(

)
由于公司存在妨碍独立董事依法行使职权的情形,致使独立董事辞职
的;


(

)
董事会议材料不充分时,两名以上独立董事书面要求延期召开董事
会会议或延期审议;


(

)
对公司涉嫌违法违规行为向董事会报告后,董事会未采取有效措施
的;


(

)
严重妨碍独立董事履行职责的其
他情形。






第一百三十四条
独立董事应当向公司年度股东大会提交述职报告,述职
报告应包括以下内容:


(

)
上年度出席董事会及股东大会次数及投票情况;


(

)
发表独立意见的情况;


(

)
保护中小股东合法权益方面所做的工作;


(

)
履行独立董事职务所做的其他工作,如提议召开董事会、提议聘用或
解聘会计师事务所、独立聘请外部审计机构和咨询机构等。






第一百三十五条 公司应当建立独立董事工作制度,董事会秘书应当积极
配合独立董事履行职责。公司应保证独立董事享有与其他董事同等的知情权,及
时向独立董事提供相关材料和信息,定
期通报公司运营情况,必要时可组织独立
董事实地考察。






第一百三十六条 独立董事每届任期与公司其他董事相同,任期届满,可
连选连任,但是连任时间不得超过六年。独立董事任期届满前,无正当理由不得
被免职。提前免职的,公司应将其作为特别披露事项予以披露。






第一百三十七条 独立董事在任期届满前可以提出辞职。独立董事辞职应
向董事会提交书面辞职报告,对任何与其辞职有关或其认为有必要引起公司股东
和债权人注意的情况进行说明。



独立董事辞职导致独立董事成员或董事会成员低于法定或公司章程规定最
低人数的,在改选的独立董事就任前,独立董事仍应当按照法律、行政法规及

章程的规定,履行职务。董事会应当两个月内召开股东大会改选独立董事,逾期
不召开股东大会的,独立董事可以不再履行职务。






第一百三十八条 公司董事会拟定《独立董事工作制度》,由股东大会审议
通过并遵照执行,以确保独立董事工作效率和科学决策,规范运作。《独立董事
工作制度》作为附件是公司章程的组成部分。



第四节 董事会秘书

第一百三十九条 公司设立董事会秘书一名。董事会秘书为公司高级管理
人员,对公司和董事会负责。






第一百四十条 董事会秘书应当具有必备的专业知识和经验,由董事会委
任。董事会秘书的任职资格:


(

)
董事会秘书应当掌握财务、税收、法律、金融、企业管理等方
面的知
识,具有良好的个人品质和职业道德,严格遵守法律、法规、规章,能够忠诚
地履行职责,并具有较强的处理公共事务的能力;



(

)
有下列情形之一的人士不得担任公司董事会秘书:


1
、有《公司法》第一百四十

条规定情形之一;


2

最近三年
受到

中国证监会

行政处罚;


3
、最近三年受到

证券交易所公开谴责或三次以上通报批评;


4
、本章程第九十

条规定不得担任公司董事的情形;


5
、本公司现任监事;



6
、其他不适合担任董事会秘书的其他情形。



(

)
有以下情形之一的,公司应当自事实发生之日起一个月内解聘董事会
秘书:


1
、出现本条第
(

)
款所规定情形之一;


2
、连续三个月以上不能履行职责;


3
、在执行职务时出现重大错误或疏漏,给投资者造成重大损失;


4
、违反国家法律、法规、规章、证券交易所规定和公司章程,给公司
股东造成重大损失。






第一百四十一条 董事会秘书的主要职责是:


(

)
负责公司信息对外公布,协调公司信息披露事务,组
织制定公司信息
披露事务管理制度,督促公司和相关信息披露义务人遵守信息披露相关规定



(

)
负责投资者关系管理

协调公司与证券监管机构、投资者、证券服务
机构、媒体等之间的信息沟通



(

)
组织筹备董事会议和股东大会议
,参加股东大会议、董事会
议、监事会议及高级管理人员相关会议,负责董事会议记录工作并签字



(

)
负责公司信息披露的保密工作,在未公开重大信息泄露时,及时向证
券交易所报告并披露



(

)
关注媒体报道并主动求证报道的真实性,督促公司董事会及时回复证
券交易所问询



(

)
组织公司董事、监事和高级管理人员进行相关法律、行政法规、证券
交易所上市规则及相关规定的培训

协助前述人员了解各自在信息披露中的职




(

)
知悉公司董事、监事和高级管理人员违反法律、行政法规、部门规章、
其他规范性文件、证券交易所上市规则及
其他规定和公司章程时,或者公司作
出或可能作出违反相关规定的决策时

应当提醒相关人员

并立即向
证券交易
所报告




(

)
负责公司股权管理事务

保管公司董事、监事、高级
管理人员、控股
股东及其董事、监事、高级管理人员持有本公司股份的资料

并负责披露公司
董事、监事、高级管理人员持股变动情况



(

)
《公司法》
、中国证监会、证券交易所和
公司章程要求履行的其他职责。





第一百四十二条 公司董事或者其他高级管理人员可以兼任公司的董事
会秘书。公司聘请的会计师事务所的注册会计师和律师事务所的律师不得兼任
公司的董事会秘书。






第一百四十三条 董事会秘书由董事
长提名,经董事会聘任或者解聘。董
事兼任董事会秘书的,如某一行为需由董事、董事会秘书分别做出时,则该兼
任董事及公司董事会秘书的人不得以双重身份做出。






第一百四十四条 公司应当为董事会秘书履行职责提供便利条件,董事、
监事、高级管理人员及公司有关人员应当支持、配合董事会秘书的工作。



董事会秘书为履行职责有权了解公司的财务和经营情况,参加涉及信息披
露的有关会议,查阅涉及信息披露的所有文件,并要求公司有关部门和人员及
时提供相关资料和信息。






第一百四十五条 公司应当在聘任董事会秘书时与其签订保密协议,要求
其承诺在任职期间以及在离任后持续履行保密义
务直至有关信息披露为止,但
涉及公司违法违规的信息除外。



董事会秘书离任前,应当接受董事会、监事会的离任审查,在公司监事会
的监督下移交有关档案文件、正在办理或待办理事项。



公司董事会秘书空缺期间,董事会应当指定一名董事或高级管理人员代行
董事会秘书的职责,同时尽快确定董事会秘书人选。公司指定代行董事会秘书
职责的人员之前,由董事长代行董事会秘书职责。董事会秘书空缺期间超过三



个月

,董事长应当代行董事会秘书职责,直至公司正式聘任董事会秘书。






第六章 总裁及其他高级管理人员

第一百四十六条 公司设总裁一名,副总裁若干名,副总裁的具体人数由
董事会讨论决定,财务总监一名,前述高级管理人员
由董事会聘任或解聘。



公司总裁、副总裁、财务总监、董事会秘书为公司高级管理人员。






第一百四十七条 本章程第九十八条关于不得担任董事的情形、同时适用
于高级管理人员。



本章程第一百零一条关于董事的忠实义务和第一百零二条(四)~(六)关于勤
勉义务的规定,同时适用于高级管理人员。




第一百四十八条 在公司控股股东、实际控制人单位担任除董事以外其他
职务的人员,不得担任公司的高级管理人员。





第一百四十九条 总裁每届任期三
年,总裁连聘可以连任。





第一百五十条 总裁对董事会负责,行使下列职权:


(一)主持公司的生产经营管理工作,组织实施董事会决议,并向董事会报告
工作;

(二)组织实施公司年度经营计划和投资方案;

(三)拟订公司内部管理机构设置方案;

(四)拟订公司的基本管理制度;

(五)制订公司的具体规章;

(六)提请董事会聘任或者解聘公司副总裁、财务总监;

(七)决定聘任或者解聘除应由董事会决定聘任或者解聘以外的负责管理人
员;


(八)本章程或董事会授予的其他职权。


总裁列席董事会会议。





第一百五十一条 总裁应制订总裁工作细则,报董事会批准后实施。






第一百五十二条 总裁工作细则包括下列内容:


(一)管理层会议召开的条件、程序和参加的人员;

(二)总裁及其他高级管理人员各自具体的职责及其分工;

(三)公司资金、资产运用,签订重大合同的权限,以及向董事会的报告制度;

(四)董事会认为必要的其他事项。





第一百五十三条 总裁可以在任期届满以前提出辞职。有关总裁辞职的具
体程序和办法由总裁与公司之间的劳务合同规定。






第一百五十四条 副总裁由总裁提名,经董事会聘任或解聘。副总裁协助
总裁工作。






第一百五十五条 高级管理人员执行公司职务时违反法律、行政法规、部
门规章或本章程的规定,给公司造成损失的,应当承担赔偿责任。



第七章 监事会

第一节 监事

第一百五十六条 本章程第九十八条关于不得担任董事的情形、同时适用
于监事。



董事、总裁和其他高级管理人员不得兼任监事。





第一百五十七条 监事应当遵守法律、行政法规和本章程,对公司负有忠
实义务和勤勉义务,不得利用职权收受贿赂或者其他非法收入,不得侵占公司的



财产。





第一百五十八条 监事的任期每届为三年。监事任期届满,连选可以连任。






第一百五十九条 监事任期届满未及时改选,或者监事在任期内辞职导致
监事会成员低于法定人数的,在改选出的监事就任前,原监事仍应当依照法律、
行政法规和本章程的规定,履行监事职务。






第一百六十条 监事应当保证公司披露的信息真实、准确、完整。





第一百六十一条 监事可以列席董事会会议,并对董事会决议事项提出质
询或者建议。





第一百六十二条 监事不得利用其关联关系损害公司利益,若给公司造成
损失的,应当承担赔偿责任。





第一百六十三条 监事执行公司职务时违反法律、行政法规、部门规章或
本章程的规定,给公司造成损失的,应当承担赔偿责任。



第二节 监事会

第一百六十四条 公司设监事会。监事会由六
名监事组成,监事会设主席
一人。监事会主席由全体监事过半数选举产生。监事会主席召集和主持监事会会
议;监事会主席不能履行职务或者不履行职务的,由半数以上监事共同推举一名
监事召集和主持监事会会议。



监事会应当包括股东代表和适当比例的公司职工代表,其中职工代表的比例
为三分之一
。监事会中的职工代表由公司职工通过职工代表大会、职工大会或者
其他形式民主选举产生。






第一百六十五条 监事会行使下列职权:


(一)应当对董事会编制的公司定期报告进行审核并提出书面审核意见;

(二)检查公司财务;

(三)对董事、高级管理人员执行公司职务的行为进行监督,对违反法律、行
政法规、本章程或者股东大会决议的董事、高级管理人员提出罢免的建议;

(四)当董事、高级管理人员的行为损害公司的利益时,要求董事、高级管理
人员予以纠正;

(五)提议召开临时股东大会,在董事会不履行《公司法》规定的召集和主持
股东大会职责时召集和主持股东大会;

(六)向股东大会提出提案;

(七)依照《公司法》第一百五十一条的规定,对董事、高级管理人员提起诉
讼;

(八)发现公司经营情况异常,可以进行调查;必要时,可以聘请会计师事务
所、律师事务所等专业机构协助其工作,费用由公司承担;

(九)本章程规定或股东大会授予的其他职权。




第一百六十六条 监事会每六个月至少召开一次会议。监事可以提议召开
临时监事会会议。



监事会决议应当经半数以上监事通过。





第一百六十七条 监事会制定监事会议事规则,明确监事会的议事方式和
表决程序,以确保监事会的工作效率和科学决策。






第一百六十八条 监事会应当将所议事项的决定做成会议记录,出席会议
的监事应当在会议记录上签名。



监事有权要求在记录上对其在会议上的发言作出某种说明性记载。监事会会
议记录作为公司档案保存十
年。





第一百六十九条 监事会会议通知包括以下内容:


(一)举行会议的日期、地点和会议期限;

(二)事由及议题;

(三)发出通知的日期。




第八章 党委

第一百七十条 公司设立党委和中国共产党中新苏州工业园区开发集团股
份有限公司纪律检查委员会(以下简称公司纪委)。公司党委设书记一名,其他
党委成员若干名。董事长、党委书记原则上由一人担任,设立主抓公司党建工作
的专职副书记。符合条件的党委成员可以通过法定程序进入董事会、监事会、聘
任为高级管理人员,董事会、监事会、高级管理人员中符合条件的党员可以依照
有关规定和程序进入公司党委。

第一百七十一条 公司党委根据《中国共产党章程》等党内法规履行如下
职责:


(一)保证监督党和国家方针政策在公司的贯彻执行,落实江苏省、苏州市
和园区党工委、管委会重大战略决策,国资部门以及上级党组织有关重要工作部
署。


(二)坚持党管干部原则与董事会依法选择经营管理者以及经营管理者依法
行使用人权相结合。公司党委对董事会、董事长或总裁提名的高级管理人员人选
进行酝酿并提出意见建议,或者向董事会、董事长或总裁推荐提名高级管理人员
人选;会同董事会对拟任人选进行考察,集体研究提出意见建议。


(三)研究讨论公司改革发展稳定、重大经营管理事项和涉及职工切身利益
的重大问题,并提出意见建议。


(四)承担全面从严治党主体责任。领导公司思想政治工作、统战工作、精
神文明建设、企业文化建设和工会、共青团等群团工作。领导党风廉政建设,支
持公司纪委切实履行监督责任。



第一百七十二条 公司纪委受公司党委和上级纪委双重领导,负责党风建
设和反腐倡廉工作,协助有关部门对违法违纪案件进行查处。





第九章 财务会计制度、利润分配和审计

第一节 财务会计制度

第一百七十三条 公司依照法律、行政法规和国家有关部门的规定,制定
公司的财务会计制度。






第一百七十四条 公司在每一会计年度结束之日起四个月内向中国证监会
和证券交易所报送年度财务会计报告,在每一会计年度前六个月结束之日起二个
月内向中国证监会派出机构和证券交易所报送半年度财务会计报告,在每一会计
年度前三个月和前九个月结束之日起的一个月内向中国证监会派出机构和证券
交易所报送季度财务会计报告。



上述财务会计报告按照有关法律、行政法规及部门规章的规定进行编制。




第一百七十五条 公司除法定的会计账簿外,将不另立会计账簿。公司的
资产,不以任何个人名义开立账户存储。






第一百七十六条 公司分配当年税后利润时,应当提取利润的百分之十列
入公司法定公积金。公司法定公积金累计额为公司注册资本的百分之五十以上
的,可以不再提取。



公司的法定公积金不足以弥补以前年度亏损的,在依照前款规定提取法定公
积金之前,应当先用当年利润弥补亏损。


公司从税后利润中提取法定公积金后,经股东大会决议,还可以从税后利润
中提取任意公积金。


公司弥补亏损和提取公积金后所余税后利润,按照股东持有的股份比例分
配,但本章程规定不按持股比例分配的除外。



股东大会违反前款规定,在公司弥补亏损和提取法定公积金之前向股东分配
利润的,股东必须将违反规定分配的利润退还公司。


公司持有的本公司股份不参与分配利润。


公司应当在公司章程中明确现金分红相对于股票股利在利润分配方式中的
优先顺序,并载明以下内容:

(一)公司董事会、股东大会对利润分配尤其是现金分红事项的决策程序和
机制,对既定利润分配政策尤其是现金分红政策作出调整的具体条件、决策程序
和机制,以及为充分听取独立董事和中小股东意见所采取的措施。


(二)公司的利润分配政策尤其是现金分红政策的具体内容,利润分配的形
式,利润分配尤其是现金分红的期间间隔,现金分红的具体条件,发放股票股利
的条件,各期现金分红最低金额或比例(如有)等。





第一百七十七条 公司的公积金用于弥补公司的亏损、扩大公司生产经营
或者转为增加公司资本。但是,资本公积金将不用于弥补公司的亏损。



法定公积金转为资本时,所留存的该项公积金将不少于转增前公司注册资本
的百分之二十五。





第一百七十八条 公司股东大会对利润分配方案作出决议后,公司董事会
须在股东大会召开后两个月内完成股利(或股份)的派发事项。






第一百七十九条 公司的利润分配政策:


(一)利润分配的原则

公司实行连续、稳定的利润分配政策,公司的利润分配应重视对投资者的合
理投资回报,保护投资者合法权益,并兼顾公司的可持续发展。


公司实行同股同利的利润分配政策。


(二)利润分配的形式和期间间隔

公司可以采取现金、股票、现金和股票相结合或者法律、法规允许的其他方


式分配利润,但应当优先采用现金分红的利润分配方式。具备现金分红条件的,
应当采用现金分红进行利润分配。


在具备利润分配的条件下,公司原则上每年度进行一次利润分配。经董事会
和股东大会审议决定,公司可以进行中期利润分配。


(三)利润分配的具体内容

1、利润分配的顺序

在满足公司正常生产经营资金需求的情况下,公司将优先采取现金分红的股
利分配政策,具备现金分红条件的,应当采用现金分红进行利润分配。


2、现金分红的条件及比例

公司进行现金分红的具体条件为:(1)公司该年度实现的可分配利润(即
公司弥补亏损、提取公积金后剩余的税后利润)为正值;(2)审计机构对公司
该年度财务报告出具无保留意见的审计报告;(3)公司在下一会计年度无重大
投资计划或重大现金支出等特殊情况发生。


上款所称重大投资计划或重大现金支出等特殊情况是指公司因实施或拟实
施对外投资、收购资产、购买设备等行为或发生或预计发生其他特殊情况需要累
计支出达到或超过公司最近一期经审计净资产的百分之五十。


公司董事会应当综合考虑公司所处行业特点、发展阶段、自身经营模式、盈
利水平以及是否有重大资金支出安排等因素,区分下列情形,并按照本章程规定
的程序,提出差异化的现金分红政策:

(1)公司发展阶段属成熟期且无重大资金支出安排的,进行利润分配时,
现金分红在本次利润分配中所占比例最低应达到 80%;

(2)公司发展阶段属成熟期且有重大资金支出安排的,进行利润分配时,
现金分红在本次利润分配中所占比例最低应达到 40%;

(3)公司发展阶段属成长期且有重大资金支出安排的,进行利润分配时,
现金分红在本次利润分配中所占比例最低应达到 20%;公司发展阶段不易区分但
有重大资金支出安排的,可以按照第(3)项规定处理。


在具备现金分红条件的情况下,公司每年以现金方式分配的利润不少于当年


实现的可分配利润的百分之十,且在任何三个连续年度内以现金方式累计分配的
利润不少于该三年实现的年均可分配利润的百分之三十。


3、股票股利的分配条件

公司可根据需要采取股票股利的方式进行利润分配。公司采取股票方式分配
股利的条件为:(1)公司经营情况良好;(2)因公司股票价格与公司股本规模
不匹配或者公司有重大投资计划或重大现金支出、公司具有成长性、每股净资产
的摊薄等真实合理因素,以股票方式分配股利有利于公司和股东的整体利益;(3)
公司的现金分红符合有关法律法规及本章程的规定。


(四)利润分配政策的决策程序和机制

公司董事会应结合公司盈利情况、资金需求和本章程的规定制订合理的利润
分配方案并经董事会审议通过后提请股东大会审议,独立董事及监事会应对提请
股东大会审议的利润分配方案进行审核并出具书面意见。董事会在审议利润分配
方案时,须经全体董事过半数表决同意,且经公司二分之一以上独立董事表决同
意并发表明确的独立意见。监事会在审议利润分配方案时,须经全体监事过半数
表决同意。股东大会在审议利润分配方案时,须经出席股东大会的股东所持表决
权的二分之一以上通过。


公司董事会在制定利润分配方案尤其是现金分红具体方案时,应当认真研究
和论证公司现金分红的时机、条件和最低比例、调整的条件及其决策程序要求等
事宜,独立董事应当就利润分配方案是否符合有关法律、法规、规范性文件及本
章程的规定发表明确意见。


独立董事可以征求中小股东的意见,提出分红提案,并直接提交董事会审议。



股东大会对现金分红具体方案进行审议前,公司应当通过电话、传真、邮件
或者投资者交流平台等多种渠道主动与股东特别是中小股东进行沟通和交流,充
分听取中小股东的意见和诉求,并及时答复中小股东关心的问题。


公司董事会、独立董事、符合相关规定条件的股东可在审议利润分配方案的
股东大会召开前向公司社会公众股股东征集其在股东大会上的投票权,其中,独
立董事行使上述职权应当取得全体独立董事的二分之一以上同意。



(五)利润分配政策调整的决策程序和机制

公司应当严格执行有关法律、法规、规范性文件及本章程确定的利润分配政
策(尤其是现金分红政策)以及股东大会审议批准的利润分配具体方案(尤其是
现金分红具体方案)。在遇到自然灾害等不可抗力事件或者因公司外部经营环境
发生较大变化等特殊情况出现,并已经或即将对公司生产经营造成重大不利影响
的,公司经详细论证后可以对既定利润分配政策作出调整。


公司对既定利润分配政策(尤其是现金分红政策)作出调整时,应详细论证
调整利润分配政策的必要性、可行性,充分听取独立董事意见,并通过多种渠道
主动与股东特别是中小股东进行沟通和交流。调整后的利润分配政策应符合有关
法律、法规的规定,经董事会审议通过后需经出席股东大会的股东所持表决权的
三分之二以上通过。


公司应当在定期报告中详细披露现金分红政策的制定及执行情况,并对下列
事项进行专项说明:(1)是否符合本章程的规定或者股东大会决议的要求;(2)
分红标准和比例是否明确和清晰;(3)相关的决策程序和机制是否完备;(4)
独立董事是否尽职履责并发挥了应有的作用;(5)中小股东是否有充分表达意
见和诉求的机会,中小股东的合法权益是否得到充分维护等。对现金分红政策进
行调整或变更的,还要详细说明调整或变更的条件和程序是否合规和透明等。




第二节 内部审计

第一百八十条 公司实行内部审计制度,配备专职审计人员,对公司财务收
支和经济活动进行内部审计监督。





第一百八十一条 公司内部审计制度和审计人员的职责,应当经董事会批
准后实施。审计负责人向董事会负责并报告工作。



第三节 会计师事务所的聘任

第一百八十二条 公司聘用取得“从事证券相关业务资格”的会计师事务所
进行会计报表审计、净资产验证及其他相关的咨询服务等业务,聘期一年,可以



续聘。






第一百八十三条 公司聘用会计师事务所必须由股东大会决定,董事会不
得在股东大会决定前委任会计师事务所。





第一百八十四条 公司保证向聘用的会计师事务所提供真实、完整的会计
凭证、会计账簿、财务会计报告及其他会计资料,不得拒绝、隐匿、谎报。






第一百八十五条 会计师事务所的审计费用由股东大会决定。





第一百八十六条 公司解聘或者不再续聘会计师事务所时,提前十五
天事
先通知会计师事务所,公司股东大会就解聘会计师事务所进行表决时,允许会计
师事务所陈述意见。



会计师事务所提出辞聘的,应当向股东大会说明公司有无不当情形。




第十章 通知和公告

第一节 通知



第一百八十七条 公司的通知以下列形式发出:


(一)以专人送出;

(二)以邮件方式送出;

(三)以公告方式进行;

(四)以传真方式进行;

(五)本章程规定的其他形式。





第一百八十八条 公司发出的通知,以公告方式进行的,一经公告,视为
所有相关人员收到通知。






第一百八十九条 公司召开股东大会的会议通知,以公告方式进行。





第一百九十条 公司召开董事会的会议通知,以专人送出、邮件或传真进行。





第一百九十一条 公司召开监事会的会议通知,以专人送出、邮件或传真
进行。





第一百九十二条 公司通知以专人送出的,由被送达人在送达回执上签名
(或盖章),被送达人签收日期为送达日期;公司通知以邮件送出的,自交付邮局
之日起第七
个工作日为送达日期;公司通知以传真方式送出的,传真当日为送
达日期

公司通知以公告方式送出的,第一次公告刊登日为送达日期







第一百九十三条 因意外遗漏未向某有权得到通知的人送出会议通知或者
该等人没有收到会议通知,会议及会议作出的决议并不因此无效。





第二节 公告

第一百九十四条 公司指定[ ]为刊登公司公告和和其他需要披
露信息的媒体。





第十一章 合并、分立、增资、减资、解散和清算

第一节 合并、分立、增资和减资

第一百九十五条 公司合并可以采取吸收合并或者新设合并。



一个公司吸收其他公司为吸收合并,被吸收的公司解散。两个以上公司合并
设立一个新的公司为新设合并,合并各方解散。





第一百九十六条 公司合并,应当由合并各方签订合并协议,并编制资产



负债表及财产清单。公司应当自作出合并决议之日起十日内通知债权人,并于三
十日内在[ ]报纸上公告。债权人自接到通知书之日起三十日内,未接
到通知书的自公告之日起四十五日内,可以要求公司清偿债务或者提供相应的担
保。






第一百九十七条 公司合并时,合并各方的债权、债务,由合并后存续的
公司或者新设的公司承继。






第一百九十八条 公司分立,其财产作相应的分割。



公司分立,应当编制资产负债表及财产清单。公司应当自作出分立决议之日
起十日内通知债权人,并于三十日内在[ ]报纸上公告。





第一百九十九条 公司分立前的债务由分立后的公司承担连带责任。但是,
公司在分立前与债权人就债务清偿达成的书面协议另有约定的除外。






第二百条 公司需要减少注册资本时,必须编制资产负债表及财产清单。



公司应当自作出减少注册资本决议之日起十日内通知债权人,并于三十日内
在[ ]报纸上公告。债权人自接到通知书之日起三十日内,未接到通知
书的自公告之日起四十五日内,有权要求公司清偿债务或者提供相应的担保。


公司减资后的注册资本将不低于法定的最低限额。





第二百〇一条 公司合并或者分立,登记事项发生变更的,应当依法向公司
登记机关办理变更登记;公司解散的,应当依法办理公司注销登记;设立新公司
的,应当依法办理公司设立登记。



公司增加或者减少注册资本,应当依法向公司登记机关办理变更登记。


第二节 解散和清算

第二百〇二条 公司因下列原因解散:



(一)本章程规定的营业期限届满或者本章程规定的其他解散事由出现;

(二)股东大会决议解散;

(三)因公司合并或者分立需要解散;

(四)依法被吊销营业执照、责令关闭或者被撤销;

(五)公司经营管理发生严重困难,继续存续会使股东利益受到重大损失,通
过其他途径不能解决的,持有公司全部股东表决权百分之十以上的股东,可以请
求人民法院解散公司。





第二百〇三条 公司有本章程第二百零二条第(一)项情形的,可以通过修改
本章程而存续。



依照前款规定修改本章程,须经出席股东大会会议的股东所持表决权的三分
之二以上通过。





第二百〇四条 公司因本章程第二百零二条第(一)项、第(二)项、第(四)项、
第(五)项规定而解散的,应当在解散事由出现之日起十五日内成立清算组,开始
清算。清算组由董事或者股东大会确定的人员组成。逾期不成立清算组进行清算
的,债权人可以申请人民法院指定有关人员组成清算组进行清算。






第二百〇五条 清算组在清算期间行使下列职权:


(一)清理公司财产,分别编制资产负债表和财产清单;

(二)通知、公告债权人;

(三)处理与清算有关的公司未了结的业务;

(四)清缴所欠税款以及清算过程中产生的税款;

(五)清理债权、债务;

(六)处理公司清偿债务后的剩余财产;

(七)代表公司参与民事诉讼活动。





第二百〇六条 清算组应当自成立之日起十日内通知债权人,并于六十日内
在[ ]报纸上公告。债权人应当自接到通知书之日起三十日内,未接到
通知书的自公告之日起四十五日内,向清算组申报其债权。



债权人申报债权,应当说明债权的有关事项,并提供证明材料。清算组应当
对债权进行登记。


在申报债权期间,清算组不得对债权人进行清偿。





第二百〇七条 清算组在清理公司财产、编制资产负债表和财产清单后,应
当制定清算方案,并报股东大会或者人民法院确认。



公司财产在分别支付清算费用、职工的工资、社会保险费用和法定补偿金,
缴纳所欠税款,清偿公司债务后的剩余财产,公司按照股东持有的股份比例分配。


清算期间,公司存续,但不能开展与清算无关的经营活动。


公司财产在未按前款规定清偿前,将不会分配给股东。




第二百〇八条 清算组在清理公司财产、编制资产负债表和财产清单后,发
现公司财产不足清偿债务的,应当依法向人民法院申请宣告破产。



公司经人民法院裁定宣告破产后,清算组应当将清算事务移交给人民法院。





第二百〇九条 公司清算结束后,清算组应当制作清算报告,报股东大会或
者人民法院确认,并报送公司登记机关,申请注销公司登记,公告公司终止。





第二百一十条 清算组成员应当忠于职守,依法履行清算义务。



清算组成员不得利用职权收受贿赂或者其他非法收入,不得侵占公司财产。


清算组成员因故意或者重大过失给公司或者债权人造成损失的,应当承担赔
偿责任。





第二百一十一条 公司被依法宣告破产的,依照有关企业破产的法律实施



破产清算。





第十二章 修改章程

第二百一十二条 有下列情形之一的,公司应当修改章程:


(一)《公司法》或有关法律、行政法规修改后,章程规定的事项与修改后的
法律、行政法规的规定相抵触;

(二)公司的情况发生变化,与章程记载的事项不一致;

(三)股东大会决定修改章程。




第二百一十三条 股东大会决议通过的章程修改事项应经主管机关审批
的,须报主管机关批准;涉及公司登记事项的,依法办理变更登记。





第二百一十四条 董事会依照股东大会修改章程的决议和有关主管机关的
审批意见修改本章程。





第二百一十五条 章程修改事项属于法律、法规要求披露的信息,按规定
予以公告。







第十三章 附则

第二百一十六条 释义


(一)控股股东,是指其持有的普通股(含表决权恢复的优先股)占公司股本
总额百分之五十以上的股东;持有股份的比例虽然不足百分之五十,但依其持有
的股份所享有的表决权已足以对股东大会的决议产生重大影响的股东。


(二)实际控制人,是指虽不是公司的股东,但通过投资关系、协议或者其他
安排,能够实际支配公司行为的人。


(三)关联关系,是指公司控股股东、实际控制人、董事、监事、高级管理人


员与其直接或者间接控制的企业之间的关系,以及可能导致公司利益转移的其他
关系。但是,国家控股的企业之间不仅因为同受国家控股而具有关联关系。





第二百一十七条 董事会可依照章程的规定,制订章程细则。章程细则不
得与章程的规定相抵触。





第二百一十八条 本章程以中文书写,其他任何语种或不同版本的章程与
本章程有歧义时,以
在江苏省市场监督管理局最近一次核准登记并
经中国审批机
关批

或备案
的中文本为准。






第二百一十九条 本章程所称“以上”、“以内”、“以下”,都含本数;“以外”、
“低于”、“多于”不含本数。






第二百二十条 本章程由公司董事会负责解释。





第二百二十一条 本章程附件包括股东大会议事规则、董事会规则和监事
会议事规则。

































China
-
Singapor
e Suzhou Industrial Park Development
Group
Co., Ltd.





Articles of Asociation
(Draft)



















Aproved by
5
th
E
x
traordinary
General Meting of 201
9






Contents


Chapter I General Provisions
Chapter I Operating Purpose and Scope
Chapter I
II Shares
Section 1 Isuance of Shares
Section 2 Increases and Reductions in Share Capital and Share Repurchases
Section 3 Share Transfers
Chapter IV Shareholders and General Metings
Section 1 Shareholders
Section 2 General Provisions on General Metings
Section 3 Convening the General Meting
Section 4 Proposing the General Meting and Making Notifications
Section 5 Holding the General Meting
Section 6 General Meting Votes and Resolutions
Chapter V Board of Directors
Section 1 Directors
Section 2 Board
of Directors


Section 3 Independent Directors


Section 4 Secretary to the Board of Directors
Chapter VI The
President
and Other Senior Oficers
Chapter VI Board of Supervisors
Section 1 Supervisors
Section 2 Board of Supervisors


Chapter VI
P
arty
Comite
Chapter IX Financial and Acounting System, Profit Distribution and Audit
Section 1 Financial and Acounting System
Section 2 Internal Audit
Section 3 Apointment of Acounting Firms
Chapter X Notices and Anouncements
Section 1 Notices
Section 2 Anounce
ments
Chapter XI Mergers, Breakups, Capital Increases, Capital Reductions, Disolutions
and Liquidations
Section 1 Mergers, Breakups, Capital Increases and Reductions
Section 2 Disolutions and Liquidations
Chapter XI
Amendments to the Articles of Asoci
ation



Chapter XI Suplementary Provisions



Chapter I General Provisions





Article 1 The articles of asociation have ben formulated in order to protecthe
lawful rights and interests of companies, shareholders and creditors and to regulate
the organization and act
ivities of companies in acordance with the Company Law of
the People's Republic of China (hereinafterefered to as the "Company Law"), the
Securities Law of the People's Republic of China (hereinafterefered to as the
"Securities Law") and other apli
cable provisions.





Article 2 China
-
Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park Development Group Co., Ltd is a
joint stock company limited by shares with foreign investment (hereinafterefered to
as "the Company") incorporated acording to the company law,
Interim Provisions
Concerning Some Isues on the Establishment of Joint Stock Limited Companies with
Foreign Investment
and otherelevant provisions.





Aproved by the reply of the PRC Ministry of Comerce on April 1, 208, t
he
company was incorporated by
the overal chang
e of China
-
Singapore Suzhou
Industrial Park Development Co., Ltd
, registered athe Administration of Industry and
Comerce in
Jiangsu Province
and has obtained a busines license with the busines
license number of
320594400000045 on June 30, 2008.





Article 3 The c
ompany was aproved by
China Securities Regulatory Comision
(hereinafterefered to as

CSRC


)
on [date of aproval] to make an initial public
ofering of [number of shares] RMB
-
denominated comon shares, and were listed at
[ful name of stock exchange]
on [date of listing].





Article 4 Registered name of the Company:
中新苏州工业园区开发集团
股份
有限
公司


Ful name in English: China
-
Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park Development Group
Co., Ltd





Article 5 Company adres:
48
th Flor,
CSD Tower,15 MonBay Road
, Suzhou
Industrial Park, Jiangsu Province, China
.


Postal code

215028






Article 6 The registered capital
of the company is CNY
[ ].





Article 7 T
he Company is a joint stock limited company that wil exist in perpetuity
.





Article 8 Chairman of the board of directors is the legal representative of the
company.





Article 9 The total asets of the company shal be divided into equal shares.
Sh
areholdershal be liable to the company to thextent of theirespective
shareholdings, and the company shal be liable for its debts to thextent of the
company's total asets
.





Article 10 The articles of asociation shal, from the date on which they takefec
t,
be the legaly binding documenthat regulates the organization and activities of the
company and the relationship of rights and obligations as betwen the company and
the shareholders and among the shareholders, and shal be legaly binding on the
comp
any, the shareholders, the directors, the supervisors and senior oficers. Based on
the articles of asociation, any shareholder may bring a lawsuit against another
shareholder, a director, a supervisor, a
president
or any other senior oficer. Any
shareho
lder may bring a lawsuit againsthe company, and the company may bring a
lawsuit against any shareholder, director, supervisor,
president
or any other senior
oficer.
Article 11 For the purpose of the articles of asociation, the term "other senior
oficers" refers
to
the vice president,
the secretary of the board of directors and the
chiefinancial oficer
.





Chapter I Operating Purpose and Scope





Article 12 Acroding to the
Constitution of the Comunist Party of China
,
China
-
Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park Development Grou
p Co., Ltd Comite of
the Comunist Party of Chinathe Company(hereinafterefered to as “Party
comite of the Company”) is constituted to give play to the role of leadership core
and political core, to control the direction, manage the overal situati
on and ensure
implementation. The Company shal establish work mechanisms of the Party, be



equiped with suficient stafs for the Party afairs and ensure the work funds of party
organization.





Article 13 Operating purpose of the company:
(1) to develop and construct
plots of
city land and fixed areas with international standards by refering to and learning from
the sucesful economic and urban management experience of Singapore; (2) to
create a sound investing environment for investors, and to kep improving the
op
eration and management system and technology standards of Joint Stock Company
centered on eficiency and guided by the market; (3) to pursue the maximum
shareholders

rights and interests and social benefits and to stride forward for the
purpose of being a
high
-
level municipal operator.





Article 14 Operating
scope
upon lawful registration:
primary landevelopment and
management, development and operation of industrial plants and research cariers,
property management, project management, busines management of hotels
,
consulting services, industry and infrastructure development; enterprise
investment
and establishment; other busines activities permited by State

real estate
development and management (excluding residence other than long
-
term rental
apartment)
(a
pproval shal be obtained in acordance with the law for maters that
fal
withi
n the operating scope of the company and are subjecto aproval in acordance
with laws and regulations
).


Pursuanto the demand of busines development, the company
may extend, reduce or
adjust its
operating scope
and
modes in acordance with Chinese la
w
and after
obtaining
al necesary
aprovals
or
permisions
.





Chapter I Shares
Section 1 Isuance of Shares


Article 15 Shares in the company are represented by stock.





Article 16 Any isue of company shareshal comply with the principles of openes
and fairnes, and eac
h share in the same clashal havequal rights.
For shares isued athe same time, each share shal be isued on the same conditions
and athe same price. Al units or individuals that subscribe for shareshal pay the



same price for each share.





Article 17 Eac
h stock isued by the company shal be marked with the RMB face
value.





Article 18 Shares isued by the company shal be colectively deposited in
China
Securities Depository and Clearing Corporation Limited [ ] Branch
.





Article 19 The date of capital contribution of al promot
ers of the company was the
year of 208, and
the
name of promoters,
the n
umber of shares for which each
promoter hasubscribed
,
the method
of capital contribution and shareholding ratio are
as folows:





Name of promoter


Number of shares
subscribed (ten
-
th
ousand)


Method of
capital
contribution


Shareholdin
g ratio


Suzhou
Chinese
Consortium Holding Co.,
Ltd


70,148


Net asets


52%


Singapore
-
Suzhou
Township Development
Pte Ltd


37,72


Net asets


28%


The Hong
Kong and
China Investment
Limited


13,490


Net asets


1
0%


Suzhou New District
Hi
-
tech Industrial Co.,
Ltd.


6,745


Net asets


5%


CPG Corporation Pte
Ltd


6,745


Net asets


5%


In total


134,9
0
0





10%







Article 20 The total number of company shares is [number of shares] and
al
the
share of the company
are
RMB
-
denominated c
omon shares
.






Article 21 Neither the company nor any of itsubsidiaries (including afiliates of the
company) shal provide any suporto any purchaser or would
-
be purchaser of
company shares in any form such as a donation, advance, guarante, subsidy or loan.





Se
ction 2 Increases and Reductions in Share Capital and Share Repurchases


Article 22 The company may, in light of the company's operational and
developmental neds and in acordance with laws and regulations, increase its capital
by any of the folowing methodsubjec
t to a separate resolution of the general
meting
:
1. a public ofering of shares;
2. a private placement of shares;
3. the payment of a bonus dividend to existing shareholders;
4. the conversion of reserve funds into shares; or
5. any other method stipula
ted in laws and regulations or aproved by the CSRC.
Article 23 The company may reduce its registered capital. Any reduction of its
registered capital shal be subjecto the procedures prescribed in the Company Law
and other aplicable provisions, as wel as the ar
ticles of asociation.





Article 24 Under the folowing circumstances, the company may buy back itshares
pursuanto the provisions of laws, administrative regulations, ministry rules and these
Guidelines:


(1) Reduction of registered capital;


(2) Merger with another
company that holds itshares;


(3) Use shares in employe shareholding plans or equity incentives;


(4) A shareholder whobjects to the resolution on the company's merger or division
pased by the shareholders' general meting requests thathe company bu
y back
his/her shares.


(5) Use shares in converting convertible corporate bonds isued by the listed
company;


(6) Where the listed company dems necesary in order to maintain company's value
and shareholders' rights and interests.


Except for the aforesaid
circumstances, the company shal not buy back itshares.






Article 25 Buyback of shares by a company may be caried out via centralized public
trading or other methods recognized by laws and regulations and the CSRC.


Where the buyback of shares fal under the circum
stancestipulated in item (3), (5)
and (6) of Article 24, the share buyback shal be caried out via centralized public
trading.





Article 26 A resolution pased by a shareholders' general meting shal be required
for share buyback by a company that fal under the c
ircumstancestipulated in item (1)
and (2) of Article 24; where the buyback of shares fal under the circumstances
stipulated in item (3), (5) and (6) of Article 24, the company may folow th
e
prescriptions of Guidelines on Articles of Asociation of List
ed Companies or the
mandate of the shareholders' general meting, and folow decisions of the board
meting where more than 2/3 of directors are present.


Where a share buyback by a company pursuanto the provisions of Article 24 fals
under the circumstan
ceset out in item (1), the shareshal be canceled within 10
days from the date of buyback; where the share buyback fals under the circumstances
set out in item (2) or item (4), the shareshal be canceled or transfered within 6
months; where the sha
re buyback fals under the circumstanceset out in item (3), (5)
or (6), the company shal not hold more than 10% of the total number of its isued
shares, and shal transfer or cancel within 3 years.





Section 3 Share Transfers


Article 27 Company shares may be tran
sfered in acordance with the la
w.





Article 28 The company shal not acept company stock as a pledge
.





Article 29 The company shares held by a
promoter shal not be transfered within
one year from the date of establishment of the company. Shares isued prior to the
public of
fering by the company shal not be transfered within one year from listing of
the company'share
s on the stock exchange.


The directors, supervisors and senior management personel of the company shal
declare to the company their holding of shares
(inclu
ding preference shares)
in the
company and the changes thereof, the shares transfered each year during their tenure
shal not exced 25% of the total number of
the same type of
shares of the company



held by them; the company shares held by them shal not
be transfered within one
year from listing of the company'shares. The aforesaid personshal notransfer the
company shares held by them
within half year
from theiresignation.





Article 30 Where any director, supervisor or senior oficer of the company who hold
s
more than 5% of the company sharesels company stock he holds within six months
of the relevant purchase, or purchases any stock he hasold within six months of the
relevant sale, the proceds generated therefrom shal be incorporated into the profits
of the company, and the board of directors of the company shal recover the proceds.
However, where a securities company holds more than 5% of the company shares,
which representhe residual stock purchased by the company after underwriting the
sale the
reof, the six
-
month restricted period shal not aply to the sale of such stock.
Where the board of directors of the company fails to implementhe provisions of the
preceding paragraph, the shareholdershal have the righto require the board of
directo
rs to do so within 30 days. Where the board of directors of the company fails to
implementhe relevant provisions within the aforesaid term, the shareholdershal
have the righto file a claim directly with the people's court in their ownames for
the
benefit of the company.
Where the board of directors of the company fails to implementhe provisions
prescribed in Paragraph 1 of this Article, the responsible directorshal bear joint and
severaliabilities in acordance with the law.





Chapter IV Shar
eholders and General Metings
Section 1 Shareholders


Article 31 The company shal establish a list of shareholders in acordance with the
certificates provided by the securities registration institution. The list of shareholders
isuficient evidence of the compan
y shares held by shareholders. Shareholdershal
enjoy rights and asume obligations acording to the clases of share they hold;
shareholders holding the same kind of share shal enjoy equal rights and asumequal
obligations.





Article 32 Where the company holds a
general meting, distributes dividends, goes
into liquidation or engages in any other activities for which confirmation of the



identities of the shareholders is required, thequity registration date shal be
determined by the board of directors or the co
nveners of the general meting.
Shareholders registered in the list of shareholders after the close of trading on the
equity registration date shal enjoy the coresponding rights and interests as
shareholders.





Article 33 Company shareholdershal have the folowin
g rights:
1. the righto receive dividends and benefits distributed in other forms acording to
the number of shares they hold;
2. the righto legaly require, convene, preside over, participate in or authorize
proxies of shareholders to atend the gener
al meting and exercise coresponding
voting rights;
3. the righto supervise company operations and make sugestions or inquiries;
4. the righto transfer, donate or pledge their shares in acordance with laws,
administrative regulations and the article
s of asociation;
5. the righto read the articles of asociation, the list of shareholders, company bond
stubs, general meting minutes, resolutions of metings of the board of directors,
resolutions of metings of the board of supervisors and financial
and acounting
reports;
6. the righto participate in the distribution of the company's residual asets on the
winding up or liquidation of the company acording the number of shares they hold;
7. shareholders who have a diferent view on any resolution o
f the general meting to
merge or break up the company shal have the righto require the company to
purchase their shares; and
8. otherights prescribed in laws, administrative regulations, departmental rules and
the articles of asociation.





Article 34 Where any
shareholder demands to read the relevant information or obtain
any of the aforesaid materials, he shal submito the company writen documents
proving the clas(es) and number of shares he holds. The company shal provide the
relevant information or mater
ials in acordance with the shareholder's demand after
verifying the shareholder's identity.





Article 35 Where any resolution of the general meting or any resolution of the
board of directors violates any law or administrative regulations, the shareholders may



reque
sthathe people's court rule thathe relevant resolution is invalid.
Where the convening procedures or voting methods for the general meting or the
meting of the board of directors violate any law, administrative regulations or the
articles of asoci
ation, or any resolution made therein violates the articles of
asociation, the shareholders may requesthathe people's court cancel the resolution
within 60 days of the date on which it is made.





Article 36 Where any director or senior oficer, in the course of h
is company duties,
violates any law, administrative regulations or the articles of asociation and causes
the company to sufer a los, shareholders individualy or jointly holding more than
1% of the company shares for more than 180 sucesive days may ma
ke a writen
requesto the board of supervisors to bring a lawsuit in the people's court; where the
board of supervisors, in the course of its company duties, violates any law,
administrative regulations or the articles of asociation and causes the compa
ny to
sufer a los, the shareholders may make a writen requesto the board of directors to
bring a lawsuit in the people's court.
Where the board of supervisors or the board of directors refuses to bring a lawsuit
aftereceiving a writen request from
the shareholders prescribed in the preceding
paragraph or fails to bring a lawsuit within 30 days of receiving such a request, or
where the situation iso urgenthat failure to bring a lawsuit wilead to ireparable
damage to the interests of the compa
ny, the shareholders prescribed in the preceding
paragraph may bring a lawsuit directly in their ownames for the benefit of the
company.
Where any other party infringes upon the company's lawful rights and interests and
causes the company to sufer a los
s, the shareholders prescribed in paragraph 1 of this
Article may bring a lawsuit in the people's court in acordance with the two preceding
paragraphs.





Article 37 Where any director or senior oficer violates any law, administrative
regulations or the articles of a
ssociation andamages the shareholders' interests, the
shareholders may bring a lawsuit in the people's court.





Article 38 Company shareholdershal have the folowing obligations:
1. to abide by laws, administrative regulations and the articles of asociation;
2.
to provide share capital acording to the sharesubscribed for and share



participation methods;
3. noto return shares unles prescribed otherwise in laws and administrative
regulations;
4. noto abuse shareholders' rights to infringe upon the interests
of the company or
other shareholders; noto abuse the company'status as an independent legal entity or
the limited liability of shareholders to damage the interests of the company's creditors;
Any company shareholder who abuseshareholders' rights and
causes the company or
other shareholders to sufer a loshal be liable for making compensation in
acordance with the law;
Any company shareholder who abuses the status of the company as an independent
legal entity or the limited liability of sharehold
ers to evade debts and seriously
damages the interests of the company's creditorshal asume joint and several
liability for the company's debts and
5. other duties prescribed in laws, administrative regulations and the articles of
asociation.





Article 39 Where sh
areholders holding more than 5% of the voting company shares
pledge their shares, a writenotification shal be made to the company on the date of
the ocurence of the fact.





Article 40 Controling shareholders and ultimate controlers of the company shal not
abu
se their conected relationships to damage the company's interests. Any loses
caused to the company arising from the violations thereof shal be compensated.
Controling shareholders and ultimate controlers of the company shal have a duty of
care to the
company and general publicompany shareholders. Controling
shareholdershal exercise their investors' rights in strict acordance with the law and
shal not damage the lawful interests of the company or of general publicompany
shareholders in any wa
y such as via the distribution of profits, an aset reorganization,
external investments, the use of company funds or the provision of a loan guarante,
nor shal they abuse their controling positions to damage the interests of the company
or of general p
ublicompany shareholders.





Section 2 General Provisions on the General Metings


Article 41 The general meting is the body via which the company exercises its



powers, and shal exercise the folowing powers in acordance with the law:
1. to decide on the busines
strategies and investment plans of the company;
2. to elect and replace directors and supervisors whose posts are notaken by
employe representatives, and to decide on maters regarding the remuneration of
directors and supervisors;
3. to consider and ap
prove reports of the board of directors;
4. to consider and aprove reports of the board of supervisors;
5. to consider and aprove anual financial budget proposals and final acounts
proposals for the company;
6. to consider and aprove plans for the dis
tribution of company profits and plans to
cover loses;
7. to adopt resolutions on any increase oreduction in the registered capital of the
company;
8. to pas resolutions on the isuance of company bonds;
9. to adopt resolutions on matersuch as any m
erger, breakup, disolution or
liquidation of the company or any change in the legal form of the company;
10. to amend the company's articles of asociation;
11. to adopt resolutions on the company's apointment or dismisal of acounting
firms;
12. to con
sider and aprove the guarante maters prescribed in Article 4
2
;
13. to consider the purchase or sale in any one year of material asets valued in exces
of 30% of the company's total asets as audited in the latest period;
14. to consider and aprove cha
nges in the use ofunds raised;
15. to consider equity incentive plans; and
16. to consider other maters to be decided by the general meting as prescribed in
laws, administrative regulations, departmental rules or the articles of asociation.
Article 42 T
he compa
ny's provision of any of the folowing categories of external
guarante shal be subjecto the aproval of the general meting:
1. any guarante to be provided after the total amount of external guarantes provided
by the company or the subsidiaries it co
ntrols has reached or exceded 50% of the
company's net asets as audited in the latest period;
2. any guarante to be provided after the total amount of external guarantes provided
by the company has reached or exceded 30% of its total asets as audited
in the latest
period;



3. any guarante to be provided for a party whose ratiof liabilities to asets exceds
70%;
4. any single guarante for an amount in exces of 10% of the company's net asets as
audited in the latest period; or
5. any guarante to
be provided to a shareholder, or to an
de facto
controler orelated
party thereof.
6. other guarante that neds to be aproved by the general meting in acordance
with laws, administrative regulations andepartmental rules.


Thexternal guarante listed
by the articles of asociation shal not include the
mortgage loan guarante provided by the company to the customer. Thexternal
guarante that shal be aproved by the general meting shal be presented to and
aproved by general meting after aproved
by the meting of board of directors.
When discusing the proposal that providing external guarante to a shareholder or to
an de facto controler orelated party, the shareholder, de facto controler orelated
party shal not participate in the voting.
The aforesaid external guarante provided to a
shareholder or to an de facto controler orelated party ilustrated in Item 2 must be
pased by more than 2/3 of the voting rights held by the other present shareholders;
the aforesaid external guarante pr
ovided to a shareholder or to an de facto controler
orelated party ilustrated in Item1, Item 3 and Item 4 must be pased by more than
1/2 of the voting rights held by the other present shareholders.





Article 43 The general meting shal be divided into anual gen
eral metings and
interim general metings. The anual general meting shal be held once a year within
six months of thend of the previous acounting year.





Article 44 The company shal hold an interim general meting within two months of
the ocurence of any of
the folowing circumstances:
1.
where the number of directors fals below two
-
thirds of the number stipulated in the
Company Law or the Articles of Asociation;
2. where the company's unfunded loses reach
1/3
of total share capital paid in;
3. where share
holders who individualy or jointly hold no les than 10% of the
company'stock requesthat a meting be held;
4. where the board of directors dems it necesary;
5. where the board of supervisors proposesuch a meting;
6. in any other circumstances pr
escribed by laws, administrative regulations,



departmental rules or the articles of asociation.





Article 45 The venue at which general metings wil be held is: the company
domicile
or other venue specified in meting notice
. The general meting shal set a
meting
venue and hold such metings as live metings. The company shal also
arange for shareholders to be able to atend the general meting via the internet
or
other methods.
Shareholders who participate in the general meting viany of the
aforesaid methods
shal be demed to have atended the meting
.





Article 46 When holding the general meting, the company shal retain lawyers to
give legal opinions with respecto the folowing isues and shal make
anouncements on such opinions:
1. whether the procedures for conve
ning and holding the meting comply with laws,
administrative regulations and the articles of asociation;
2. whether the status of any person who atends the meting or convenes the meting
is legaly efective;
3. whether the voting procedures and the vo
ting results of the meting are legaly
efective;
4. any legal opinion required by the company with respecto any otherelevant isue.





Section 3 Convening the General Meting





Article 47 Any independent director may propose to the board of directors that an
inter
im general meting be held. Where an independent director proposes that an
interim general meting be held, the board of directorshal, in acordance with laws,
administrative regulations and the articles of asociation, give a writen response on
whethe
r or not it agres that an interim general meting should be held within ten
days of receiving the proposal.


Where the board of directors agres to hold an interim general meting, it shal send
out a general meting notice within five days of making its
resolution; where the
board of directors declines to hold an interim general meting, its reasonshal be
given and anounced.





Article 48 The board of supervisors may propose to the board of directors that an
interim general meting be held and shal make any such
proposal to the board of



directors in writing. The board of directorshal, in acordance with laws,
administrative regulations and the articles of asociation, give a writen response on
whether or not it agres that an interim general meting should be
held within ten
days of receiving the proposal.
Where the board of directors agres to hold an interim general meting, it shal send
out a general meting notice within five days of making its resolution. No change
shal be made to the original proposal i
n the notice unles aproved by the board of
supervisors.
Where the board of directors declines to hold an interim general meting or fails to
give a response within ten days of receiving a proposal, the board of directorshal be
demed to be unable or h
ave failed to perform its duty to convene general metings,
and the board of supervisorshal convene and preside over the meting itself.





Article 49 Shareholders who individualy or jointly hold 10% or more of the
company shareshal have the righto propose tha
t the board of directors hold an
interim general meting; any such requesto the board of directorshal be made in
writing. The board of directorshal, in acordance with laws, administrative
regulations and the articles of asociation, give a writen
response on whether or not it
agres that an interim general meting should be held within ten days of receiving any
such request.
Where the board of directors agres to hold an interim general meting, it shal send
out a general meting notice within fi
ve days of making its resolution. No change
shal be made to the original request in the notice unles aproved by the
coresponding shareholders.
Where the board of directors declines to hold an interim general meting or fails to
give a response within t
en days of receiving any such request, shareholders
individualy or jointly holding 10% or more of the company shares may propose to
the board of supervisors that an interim general meting be held; any such requesto
the board of supervisorshal be mad
e in writing.
Where the board of supervisors agres to hold an interim general meting, it shal
send out a general meting notice within five days of receiving the request. No change
shal be made to the original proposal in the notice unles aproved by
the
coresponding shareholders.
Where the board of supervisors fails to send out a general meting notice within the
stipulated period of time, it shal be demed to have failed to convene and preside



over the general meting, and shareholders individualy
or jointly holding 10% or
more of the company shares for 90 sucesive days or more may convene and preside
over the meting themselves.





Article 50 Where the board of supervisors or shareholders decide(s) to convene the
general meting itself (themselves), it (they
) shal notify the board of directors in
writing and shal notify the local CSRC agency and the relevant stock exchange(s) for
the record.
Before any anouncement on general meting resolutions can be made, the
shareholders convening the meting shal hold
no les than 10% of the company's
shares.
The shareholders convening the meting shal, when sending outhe general meting
notice and the anouncement on general meting resolutions, submithe relevant
suporting materials to the local CSRC agency and
the stock exchange.





Article 51 Where the board of supervisors or the shareholders convene(s) a general
meting itself (themselves), the board of directors and the secretary to the board of
directorshal coperate therewith. The board of directorshal provide a l
ist of
shareholders on thequity registration date.





Article 52 Al necesary expenses incured for general metings convened by the
board of supervisors or shareholdershal be borne by the company.





Section 4 Proposing the General Meting and Making Notifications





Article 53 Proposals made shal fal within the authorized scope of the general
meting, shal relate to specific topics and maters to be decided, and shal comply
with laws, administrative regulations and the articles of asociation
.





Article 54 When the company holds a gen
eral meting, the board of directors, the
board of supervisors and shareholders independently or jointly holding no les than
3% of the company stock shal have the righto put proposals to the company.
Shareholders independently or jointly holding no les
s than 3% of the company shares
may, ten days before the general meting is held, put forward interim proposals and
submit such proposals in writing to the conveners. The convenershal, within two



days of receiving any such proposal, send out a suplemen
tary general meting notice
anouncing the details of the interim proposal.
Excepthe circumstances prescribed in the preceding paragraph, the convenershal
not modify or ad any new proposal to the proposals listed in the general meting
notice after s
ending it out.
The general meting shal not vote or make resolutions on proposals not listed in the
general meting notice or proposals that do not satisfy the criteria prescribed in
Article 52 of the articles of asociation.





Article 55 The convenershal notify a
ll shareholders 20 days in advance of any
anual general meting by way of anouncement, and shal notify al shareholders 15
days in advance of any interim general meting by way of anouncement.
When calculating date on which any such period comences, t
he date on which the
meting is to be opened shal bexcluded.





Article 56 General meting noticeshal include the folowing details:
1. the date, time and length of the meting and the meting venue;
2. maters and proposals to be considered athe meting;
3. a
prominent writen statemen
t as folows:
al shareholders of ordinary shares
(including shareholders of preference shares with r
esumed voting rights) have the
righto atend the general meting, and may authorize in writen form a proxy, who
ned not neces
sarily be a company shareholder, to atend and vo
te athe meting;
4. thequity registration date for determining those shareholders who have the righto
atend the general meting;
5. the names and telephone numbers of the permanent contact persons.
Article 57 W
here the general meting is due to discus maters relating to the
election of directors and supervisors, detailed information abouthe director and
supervisor candidateshal be disclosed in the general meting notice, and shal
include no les than the
folowing details:
1.personal information such as educational background, work experience and
concurent positions;
2. whether the candidate has any conected relationship with the company, or with the
controling shareholders or ultimate controlers of t
he company;
3. a disclosure on the number of company shares held by the candidate;



4. whether the candidate has ben penalized by the CSRC or any otherelevant
department, or disciplined by a stock exchange.
Other than for thelection of directors and su
pervisors by cumulative voting, each
director or supervisor candidate shal be nominated by a single proposal.





Article 58 After a general meting notice has ben sent out, unles there is a justified
reason, the general meting shal not be delayed or canceled and t
he proposals listed
in the general meting notice shal not be withdrawn. In thevent of any such delay,
cancelation or withdrawal, the convenershal make an anouncement and give the
reasons no les than two working days before the day on which the me
eting was due
to be held.



Section 5 Holding the General Meting


Article 59 The company's board of directors and other convenershal take the
necesary measures to maintain the order of the general meting. Measureshal be
taken to prevent conducthat obstructs
the general meting, argumentative behavior,
troublemaking, and the infringement of shareholders' lawful rights and interests, and
any such conduct shal be reported to the relevant authorities without delay to be
investigated andealt with.





Article 60 Al shareho
lders of ordinary shares (including holders of preference shares
with resumed voting rights) registered in the list on thequity registration date and
their proxieshal bentitled to atend the general meting and exercise their voting
rights in acord
ance with laws, regulations and the articles of asociation.





Article 61 Individual shareholders who atend the meting in person shal present
their identity cards or other valid certificates that prove their identities, in adition to
their stock acount cards; pro
xies who atend the meting on behalf of othershal
presentheir valid identity certificates and shareholder proxy statements.
For legal person shareholders, their legal representatives or authorized proxieshal
atend the meting on their behalf. Leg
al representatives who atend the meting shal
presentheir identity cards and valid certificates proving their qualifications as legal
representatives; proxies who atend the meting on behalf of shareholdershal
presentheir proxy identity cards and
writen proxy statements lawfuly isued by the



legal representatives of the legal person shareholders in question.





Article 62 Any proxy statement isued by a shareholder who authorizes a proxy to
atend the general meting on his behalf shal include the folowing
details:
1. the name of the proxy;
2. whether the proxy is authorized to vote;
3. respective instructions on afirmative, negative or abstention voting on each item
for consideration listed in the general meting agenda;
4. the isuance date and valid per
iod of the proxy statement;
5. the signature (or seal) of the shareholder. Where the shareholder is a legal person,
the legal person'seal shal be afixed.





Article 63 Proxy statementshal indicate whether the shareholder's proxy may vote
at his own discretion in
the absence of any specific instruction from the shareholder.





Article 64 Where a shareholder authorizes another person to sign a proxy statement
for voting, the power of atorney for signing authority or other authorization
documentshal be notarized. The notariz
ed power of atorney or other authorization
documentshal be lodged athe company's adres or any other place stipulated in
the meting notice.
Where the shareholder is a legal person, or any person authorized by a resolution of
the board of directors
or other decision
-
making body shal atend the general meting
as its proxy.





Article 65 The company shal produce a meting register of atendes, which shal
record matersuch as the names of the persons (or units) who atend the meting,
their identity card numb
ers, home adreses, number of voting shares held or
represented by them, and the names of the shareholders who have apointed proxies.





Article 66 Conveners and the lawyers retained by the company shal, based on the
list of shareholders provided by the securities r
egistration and clearing institution,
jointly verify the legality of the shareholders' qualifications and record the names of
the shareholders and the number of voting shares they hold. Registration for the
meting shal close prior to the anouncement mad
e by the meting chair on the
number or shareholders and shareholder proxies in atendance athe live meting and



the total number of voting shares they hold.





Article 67 When the general meting is held, al directors and supervisors and the
secretary to the board
of directorshal atend the meting, and the
president
and other
senior oficershal be present athe meting.





Article 68 The general meting shal be presided over by the chairman of the board
of directors. Where the chairman of the board is unable or fails to
fulfil his duties, the
meting shal be presided over by the vice
-
chairman (or if the company has twor
more vice
-
chairmen, the one jointly elected by an absolute majority of directorshal
preside). Where the vice
-
chairman is unable or fails to fulfil
l his duties, the meting
shal be presided over by a director jointly elected by an absolute majority of directors.
Any general meting convened by the board of supervisorshal be presided over by
the chairman of the board of supervisors. Where the chai
rman of the board of
supervisors is unable or fails to fulfil his duties, the meting shal be presided over by
the vice
-
chairman. Where the vice
-
chairman is unable or fails to fulfil his duties, the
meting shal be presided over by a director jointly e
lected by an absolute majority of
directors.
Any general meting convened by shareholdershal be presided over by a
representativelected by the conveners.
When the general meting is being held, if the meting canot continue due to the
meting chair's
violation of any procedural rule, the general meting may, subjecto
the consent of shareholders who hold an absolute majority of the voting rights
represented athe live general meting, elect someone to act as meting chair,
folowing which the metin
g may continue.





Article 69 The company shal formulate the rules of procedure for itshareholders'
general metings, set outhe convening and voting procedures of shareholders'
general metings, including the notice, registration, deliberation of motions, voting,
computation of votes, anouncement of voting results, formation of meting
resolutions, minutes and the signing thereof and anouncement, as wel as the
principle for mandates granted by shareholders' general metings, and the contents of
a mandate shal b
e clear and specific. The rules of procedure for shareholders' general
metingshal be an apendix of the articles of asociation, drafted by the board of
directors and aproved by a shareholders' general meting.





Article 70 Athe anual general meting, the boar
d of directors and the board of
supervisorshal report on their work in the previous year. Each independent director
shal deliver a performance report.





Article 71 Directors, supervisors and senior oficershal give replies to and
explanations on shareholders' i
nquiries and sugestions athe general meting.





Article 72 The meting chair shal, before voting comences, anounce the number
of shareholders and shareholder proxies in atendance athe live meting and the
number of voting shares they represent. The number of
shareholders and shareholder
proxies in atendance athe live meting and the number of voting shares they
represent shal be those recorded in the meting register.





Article 73 Meting minuteshal be kept for the general meting, which shal be the
responsibility
of the secretary to the board of directors. The meting minuteshal
include the folowing details:
1. the date and time of the meting, the meting venue and agenda, and the names of
the meting conveners;
2. the names of the meting chair, directors, s
upervisors,
president
and other senior
oficers in atendance athe meting or present athe meting;
3. the number of shareholders and shareholder proxies in atendance athe meting,
the number of voting shares they hold, and the proportion such share
s represent of the
total number of company shares;
4. the proces for considering each proposal, along with the key points made in the
course of discusion and the voting results;
5. inquiries and sugestions made by shareholders and the coresponding repl
ies or
explanations;
6. the names of the lawyers, vote counters and voting supervisors;
7. other details to be recorded in the meting minutes astipulated in the articles of
asociation.





Article 74 The convenershal ensure thathe details recorded in the metin
g
minutes are true, acurate and complete. The directors, the supervisors, the secretary
to the board of directors, the conveners or theirepresentatives, and the meting chair



shal sign the meting minutes. The meting minuteshal be keptogether wit
h the
signature bok for shareholders in atendance athe live meting, the powers of
atorney authorizing atendance, and the valid materials relating to voting via the
internet or by any other method, for no les than ten years.





Article 75 The convenershal ens
ure thathe general meting is held without
interuption until the final resolution is made. Where the general meting isuspended
or the making of resolutions becomes imposible due to force majeure, necesary
measureshal be taken ason as posible
to resume the general meting or to
terminate the relevant sesion of the general meting and make a public
anouncement without delay. The convenershal also notify the local CSRC agency
and the relevant stock exchange(s).





Section 6 General Meting Vo
tes and Resolutions





Article 76 Resolutions of the general meting shal be divided intordinary
resolutions and special resolutions.
Ordinary resolutions of the general meting shal be pased by an absolute majority of
the voting rights represented by shareholders
(including shareholder proxies) in
atendance athe general meting.
Special resolutions of the general meting shal be pased by more than two thirds of
the voting rights represented by shareholders (including shareholder proxies) in
atendance athe
general meting.





Article 77 The folowing matershal be pased by an ordinary resolution of the
general meting:
1. work reports of the board of directors and the board of supervisors;
2. plans for the distribution of company profits and plans to cover loses as
drafted by
the board of directors;
3. the apointment andismisal of members of the board of directors and the board
of supervisors, along with the remuneration of and payments to such members;
4. the anual financial budget and final acounts for the co
mpany;
5. the company's anual report;
6. any other mater other than those required by laws, regulations or the articles of
asociation to be pased by special resolution.





Article 78 The folowing matershal be pased by a special resolution of the
general meti
ng:
1. any increase oreduction in the registered capital of the company;
2. any proposed merger or the breakup, disolution or liquidation of the company;
3. amendments to the company articles of asociation;
4. any purchase or sale of major asets or th
e provision of guarantes within any one
year in an amount in exces of 30% of the company's total asets as audited in the
latest period;
5. any equity incentive plan;
6. other maters that are required by laws, regulations or the articles of asociation
or
that are determined by an ordinary resolution of the general meting to have a
substantial impact on the company shal be considered andecided by special
resolutions.





Article 79 Shareholders (including shareholder proxies) shal exercise their voting
rights ac
ording to the number of voting shares they represent. One share shal have
one vote.
When the general meting aproves the major events that afecthe interests of
medium and smal investors, the votes of medium and smal investorshal be
separately cal
culated. The result of separate calculation shal be publicly disclosed in
a timely maner.
Shares held by the company itself shal have no voting rights and shal not be
included in the total number of voting shares held by shareholders in atendance at
he
general meting.
The board of directors and independent directors, along with shareholders who met
aplicable requirements, may publicly acquire shareholders' voting rights. When
acquiring shareholders' voting rights, specific voting intentions and oth
er information
shal be fuly disclosed to the person acquired. No shareholders' voting rightshal be
acquired by means of payment or indirect payment. The company shal not sethe
minimum shareholding ratio limits for acquiring shareholders' voting rig
hts.





Article 80 Where the general meting considers any materelating to a related
-
party
transaction, the related shareholder(s) concerned shal not participate in the voting,
and the number of voting shares held by any such shareholder(s) shal not be included



in
the total number of valid votes; the voting results for non
-
related shareholdershal
be adequately disclosed in the anouncement of the general meting resolution.


The related shareholders mentioned in the preceding paragraph include the folowing
shar
eholders or shareholders who have one of the folowing circumstances:


1. Those acting as a counterparty;


2. Those who are a direct or indirect controler of the counterparty;


3. Those directly or indirectly controled by the counterparty;


4. Those control
ed by the same legal person, other organisation, or natural person as
the counterparty;


5. Shareholders whose voting power is limited and influenced by thexistence of an
equity transfer agrement or other agrement with the counterparty or a related pers
on
thereof that has ben fulfiled; and


6. Shareholders recognised by the China Securities Regulatory Comision or
Shanghai Stock Exchange that may cause an imbalance betwen their own interests
and those of the listed company.


The avoidance and voting pr
ocedures of the related party are as folows:


1. secretary to the board of directors, or a related shareholder, or other shareholders
present(s) the avoidance aplication in acordance with relevant regulations and
avoid;


2. the related party shal not par
ticipate in the voting of the maters concerning on the
related party transaction; and


3. where the general meting votes for the maters concerning on the related party
transaction, the matershal be voted by the other present non
-
related shareholders
pursuanto the stipulations of the articles of asociation after deducting the voting
rights of shares held by the related shareholders.





Article 81 Subjecto the legality and validity of the general meting, the company
shal facilitate the atendance of sharehold
ers athe general meting by various
methods, including via the use of modern information technology such as an internet
voting platform.
Article 82 Unles the company is afected by a crisis or other special circumstances,
it shal not conclude any contract granti
ng the power to manage the company's overal
busines or important aspects thereof with any person other than the directors, the
president
and other senior oficers.





Article 83 The lists of director and supervisor candidateshal be submited to the
general meting
as voting proposals.
When the general meting votes on thelection of directors and supervisors, a
cumulative voting systemay be adopted in acordance with the articles of
asociation or a resolution of the general meting.


During thelection of direc
tors, when the controling shareholding of the
controler shareholder(s) has ben above 30% of al shares, the cumulative voting
shal be adopted, and the specific ways of which are: when more than 2 directors
to belected, each share held by shareholders
shal has thequal voting rights of
the total number of directors to belected. A shareholder can both give al
his/her voting rights tone candidate and to several candidates. The directors
arelected acording to the votes in turn.
The term "cumulat
ive voting" as refered to in the preceding paragraph means that
when the general meting elects directors or supervisors, each share has voting rights
equivalento the number of directors or supervisors, and the voting rights of the
shareholders may be c
olectively exercised. The board of directorshal make the
resumes of and basic information on the director and supervisor candidates available.


The nomination methods and procedures of directors and supervisors are as folows:


1.
t
he directors in the fi
rst board of directors and the representatives of shareholders
from
board of supervisors
shal be selected out from the candidates
presented by the
promoters
.


2. W
hen
holding thelection athexpiration of ofice term of board of director or
board of su
pervisors, or changing directors or supervisors, the curent board of
directors and the board of supervisors listening to the opinions of relevant
shareholders, or shareholder(s) holding individualy or jointly 3% of the voting rights
of shares isued outs
ide by the company nominating through the interim proposal,
would propose the candidates list of the next board of directors and board of
supervisors.


3. themploye representative in the board of supervisorshal belected through
workers

congres or
other democratic ways by workers.



The specific ways and procedures for nominating the candidates of directors and
supervisors by board of directors and board of supervisor are:


1. Within the number of people defined by the articles of asociation and pur
suanto
the number of people to belected, the Nomination Comite subordinated thereto
the Board of Directors
(“
Nomination Comite
”)
wil put forward a sugestive list.
After being pased by the board of directors, the board of directors wil propose t
he
list of candidates of directors to thelection of the general meting of shareholders.



The board of supervisor wil propose the sugestive list of the candidates of
supervisors which are taken by the representatives of shareholders. After being pased
by the meting of board of supervisor, the board of supervisor wil propose the
candidates of supervisors which are taken by the representative of shareholders to the
election of the general meting of shareholders.


2. the shareholder(s) holding individual
ly or jointly 3% of the voting rights of shares
isued outside by the company may propose the candidates of directors to the board of
directors or the candidates of supervisors which are taken by the representative of
shareholders to the board of superviso
r. If the board of directors or board of
supervisor does not acepthe aforesaid proposals, those shareholders may propose a
interim proposal to the general meting in acordance with the relevant regulations of
laws, regulations and the articles of asoc
iation on the interim proposal.


3. themploye representative in the board of supervisorshal belected through
workers

congres or other democratic ways by workers.





Article 84 The general meting shal vote individualy for each director and
supervisor candida
te when considering the proposals of director and supervisor
election.





Article 85 The director candidate shal make a writen promise before the general
meting that he/she acepts the nomination, and acknowledges thathe disclosed
materials of director candidates
are true and complete and guarantes the ful
performance of the responsibilities of directors after being elected.





Article 86 Other than maters to be decided by cumulative voting, the general
meting shal vote on al proposals item by item. Diferent proposals
on the same
mater shal be voted on acording to the order in which the relevant proposals were
submited. The general meting shal not set any proposal aside or fail to put any
proposal to a vote unles the general meting isuspended or the making of
resolutions becomes imposible due to special circumstancesuch as force majeure.





Article 87 The general meting shal not modify any proposal in the course of
deliberations. Any modified proposal shal be demed to be a new proposal and shal
not be voted on ath
e same sesion of the general meting.






Article 88 Any one voting right may bexercised by only one meansuch as live
voting, internet voting or any other means of voting. Where one voting right is
exercised more than once, the first vote shal count.





Article 89 Votes cast a
t the general meting shal be made by open balot.





Article 90 Before the general meting votes on any proposal, two shareholder
representativeshal belected to participate in the counting and supervision of voting.
Where any such shareholder has interests relat
ing to the maters to be discused,
neither the relevant shareholder nor his proxy shal participate in the counting and
supervision of voting.
When the general meting votes on any proposal, the company shal arange for its
lawyers, shareholderepresent
atives and supervisorepresentatives to jointly take
charge of the counting and supervision of votes and anounce the voting result
imediately. The voting result shal be recorded in the meting minutes.
The company shareholders or their proxies who vote
via the internet or by any other
method shal have the righto check their own voting results via the coresponding
voting system.





Article 91 The time at which a live general meting closeshal be no earlier than the
time at which it closes on the internet or by
any other method. The meting chair shal
anounce the voting details and result for each proposal and anounce whether the
proposal has ben pased acording to the voting result.
Before the oficial anouncement of the voting result, the relevant partie
s including
the company, the vote counters, the voting supervisors, major shareholders, and
providers of internet serviceshal maintain the confidentiality of the voting details.





Article 92 Shareholders in atendance athe general meting shal castheir votes o
n
any proposal puto a vote in one of the folowing ways: afirmative, negative or
abstention.
The securities registration and clearing organisation shal be the nomine
holder of shares on the Shanghai
-
Hong Kong Stock Conect, except where
declaration is
made in acordance with the actual holder's intent.
Where any balot is not completed in ful, is completed incorectly or uninteligibly, or
has no vote recorded, the voter shal be demed to have waived his voting rights and
the voting result for hish
areshal be demed as an "abstention".





Article 93 Where the meting chair has any doubt on the result for any resolution put
to the vote, he may arange for the votes casto be recounted; where the meting chair
fails to counthe votes, the shareholders and shar
eholder proxies in atendance athe
meting who have an objection to the result anounced by the meting chair may
require thathe votes be recounted imediately after the anouncement of the voting
results, in which case the meting chair shal imediat
ely arange for the votes to be
recounted.





Article 94 Resolutions of the general meting shal be anounced without delay. The
anouncement shal include the number of shareholders and shareholder proxies in
atendance athe meting, the total number of voting shar
es they hold and the
proportion such shares represent of the total number of company voting shares, the
voting methods used, the voting result for each proposal, and the details of each
resolution adopted.





Article 95 Where a proposal is not adopted or a resolution m
ade at a previous general
meting is changed at any subsequent general meting, a special note shal be
included in the anouncement of general meting resolutions.





Article 96 Where any proposal for thelection of a director or supervisor is adopted
at a general me
eting, the new director or supervisor shal take ofice on
the
date when
the resolutions of the general meting have ben made
.





Article 97 Where a general meting adopts a proposal to pay a cash dividend, gift
shares or convert capital reserves into shares, the comp
any shal implementhe
specific scheme in question within two months of the close of the general meting.





Chapter V Board of Directors


Section 1 Directors





Article 98 None of the folowing persons may serve as a director
of the company:
1. any person who lacks civ
il capacity or has limited civil capacity;
2
. any person who h
as ben sentenced to a term of imprisonment for any of the



folowing crimes and completed the sentence les than five years ago: embezlement,
bribery, conversion of property, misapropriation o
f property, or sabotaging the
socialist economic order; or who has ben deprived of his political rights as a result of
a criminal conviction and had that sanction lifted les than five years ago;
3
. any person who haserved as a director, the factory chi
ef, or the
president
of a
bankrupted and liquidated company or
enterprise and was held personaly acountable
for such bankruptcy, where the bankruptcy and liquidation were completed les than
thre years ago;
4
. any person who haserved as the legal repr
esentative of a company or enterprise
whose busines license w
as revokedue to any violation of law, and was held
personaly acountable for the circumstances leading to the revocation, where the
revocation ocured les than thre years ago;
5
any person
who has defaulted on a personal debt for a significant amount;
6
. any person who has ben denied aces to the securities market by the CSRC where
the relevant period remains unexpired;


7
.
any person who is baned from doing so in acordance with other l
aws,
administrative regulations or departmental rules.
Where the company elects or apoints a director in violation of this article, such
election, apointment or employment shal be invalid. Should any of the
circumstances prescribed in this article arise
in relation to a director during his term of
ofice, the company shal remove the director.





Article 99 Directorshal belected oreplaced by the general meting
before the
expiry of the tenure
.
Directors' tenure shal be 3 years. On thexpiration of the term,
the same director may be relected and serve another term.
The term of ofice of a director shal start from the date on whiche takes ofice and
end on thexpiration of the curenterm for the board of directors. Where relection
procedures are not car
ried out in a timely maner on thexpiration of the directors'
term of ofice, before the newly electedirectors take ofice, the original directors
shal perform their directors' duties in acordance with laws, regulations and
departmental rules.
The
pr
esident
and other senior oficers may concurently serve as directors to the
extenthathe total number of directors concurently serving as
the president
or other
senior oficers and the directors that are acted by staf representative shal not exced
50% of the total number of the company's directors.





Article 100 Directorshal abide by laws, administrative regulations and the articles
of asociation, and shal have the folowing fiduciary duties to the company:
1. directorshal not abuse their authority by ac
cepting bribes or other ilegal income,
and shal not convert company property;
2. directorshal not misapropriate company funds;
3. directorshal not deposit company asets into acounts held in their ownames or
in the name of any other individual;
4. directorshal not, in violation of the articles of asociation, loan company funds to
any other person or give company asets asecurity for the debt of any other person
withouthe aproval of the general meting or the board of directors;
5. direc
torshal not conclude any contract or engage in any transaction with the
company either in violation of the articles of asociation or withouthe aproval of
the general meting;
6. directorshal not use the advantages provided by their own positions
to pursue
busines oportunities that properly belong to the company to engage in the same
busines as the company either for their own acount or for the acount of any other
person withouthe aproval of the general meting;
7. directorshal not acep
t comisions paid by others for transactions conducted
with the company as their own;
8. directorshal not disclose confidential company information without authorization;
9. directorshal not abuse their conected relationships to damage the company'
s
interests; and
10. directorshal have other fiduciary duties prescribed in laws, administrative
regulations, departmental rules and the articles of asociation.
Any incomearned by a director in violation of this article shal belong to the
company; w
here the company sufers a los, the director shal be liable for making
compensation.





Article 101 Directorshal abide by laws, administrative regulations and the articles
of asociation, and shal have the folowing due diligence duties to the company:
1. director
s shal prudently, earnestly andiligently exercise the powers the company
grants to them to ensure thathe company conducts its comercial activities in a
maner that complies with the requirements of state laws, administrative regulations
and stateco
nomic policies, and thathe company's comercial activities do not go



beyond the scope of the busines activitiestipulated in the company's busines
license;
2. directorshal treat al shareholders equaly;
3. directorshal maintain a timely awarene
ss of the operation and management of the
company;
4. directorshal sign writen statements confirming the regulareports of the
company, and ensure thathe information disclosed by the company is true, acurate
and complete;
5. directorshal provide
acurate information and materials to the board of
supervisors and shal not obstructhe board of supervisors or individual supervisors
from performing its or their duties; and
6. directorshal have other due diligence duties prescribed in laws, admini
strative
regulations, departmental rules and the articles of asociation.





Article 102 Where a director neither atends in personor authorizes another director
to atend a meting of the board of directors twice in sucesion, the director shal be
demed to be unab
le to perform his duties and the board of directorshal advise the
general meting to dismis the director in question.





Article 103 Any director may submit his resignation prior to thexpiration of his
term of ofice. Where a directoresigns, he shal submit a wr
iten resignation reporto
the board of directors. The board of directorshal disclose the relevant information
within two days.
Where the number of directors on the board of directors fals below the quorum due to
a director's resignation, the director
who has resigned shal, before a new director is
elected and takes ofice, perform his directors' duties in acordance with laws,
administrative regulations, departmental rules and the articles of asociation.
Other than in the circumstances described in
the preceding paragraph, the resignation
of any director shal come into efect when the resignation report is received by the
board of directors.
When a director's resignation takes efect or on thexpiration of his term of ofice, the
director shal go
through al handover formalities with the board of directors. The
director's fiduciary duties to the company and shareholdershal remain efective for
two years
and shal not be automaticaly discharged on thexpiration of his term of
ofice
.





Article 104 Upon the
resignation of the director or thexpiration of the term of
ofice, al transfer procedureshal be completed with the board of directors. The
loyalty obligations to the company and the shareholdershal not be discharged after
thend of the term of of
fice and shal remain valid for two years.





Article 105 Unlestipulated otherwise in the articles of asociation or legaly
authorized by the board of directors, no director shal act on behalf of the company or
the board of directors in his owname. Where a direct
or acts in his owname while a
third party reasonably believes thathe director is acting on behalf of the company or
the board of directors, the director shal state his position and status in advance.





Article 106 Any director who violates any law, administrative
regulations or the
articles of asociation in the course of performing his duties and thereby causes the
company to sufer a loshal be liable for making compensation.





Article 107 Independent directorshal comply with the relevant provisions of laws,
administrat
ive regulations and ministry rules.





Section 2 Board of Directors





Article 108 The company shal establish a board of directors, which shal be
responsible to the general meting.





Article 109 The board of directorshal consist of
9
directors, and shal have a
chairman and
a
vi
ce
-
chairm
a
n
.





Article 110 The board of directorshal exercise the folowing powers:
1. to convene the general meting and present reports thereto;
2. to implement resolutions adopted by the general meting;
3. to determine the company's operating plans and investmen
t programs;
4. to drafthe company's anual financial budget and final acounts plan;
5. to draft plans for the distribution of company profits and plans to cover loses;
6. to draft plans relating to any increase oreduction in registered capital, the i
ssuance
of bonds or other securities, or listing;
7. to draft plans for the company's major purchases, the purchase of company stock,



or any merger, breakup, change of corporate form or disolution of the company;
8. to determine, within the scope of the p
owers granted by the general meting,
maters including the company's external investments, the sale and purchase of asets,
aset mortgages, external guarantes, third party financial management, and
related
-
party transactions;


9
.
to determine thestabli
shment of the company's internal management structure;
1
0
. to apoint or dismis the company
president
or secretary to the board of directors;
apoint or dismis company deputy
president
s or the
chief
financ
ial
ofi
c
er
in
acordance with the manager's reco
mmendations andecide on theiremuneration
and incentive schemes;
1
1
. to formulate the company's basic management systems;
1
2
. to formulate plans to amend the articles of asociation;
1
3
. to manage the disclosure of information by the company;
1
4
. to mak
e proposals to the general meting on the apointment oreplacement of
the acounting firm that audits the company;


1
5
.
to hear work reports given by the
president
of the company and overse the
president
's work;
and
1
6
. any other power granted by laws,
regulations, departmental rules or the articles of
asociation.
The board of directors of a listed company should establish an corporate strategy,
audit

rnomination, and remuneration and asesment comite or other specialized
comites. The special comites are acountable to the board of directors and
perform th
eir duties in acordance with the Articles of Asociation and
authorization of the board. Proposals by the special comiteshould be submited
to the board for deliberation andecision.Special comites are composed solely of
directors. Independent
directorshould make up the majority of the audit comite,
the nomination comite and the remuneration and asesment comite, and
should convene the comite metings. The convener of the audit comite must
be an acounting profesional. The boa
rd of directors is responsible for making work
procedures of specialized comites for the operation of specialized comites.





Article 111 The board of directorshal provide an explanation to the general
meting on any non
-
standard audit opinion isued by a certi
fied public acountant in
relation to company financial reports.






Article 112 The board of directorshal formulate its own rules of procedure to
ensure that it implements general meting resolutions, enhances work eficiency and
safeguardsystematic decision
-
making
.
Article 113 The board of
directors
shal
determine limits relating to
external
investments, purchases
and
sales
of asets,
aset mortgages
, external
guarantes, third
party financial management and related
-
party transactions; shal
establish strict
procedures for
e
xamination andecision
-
making
; for
major investment
projects,
the
board
of
directorshal arange for
relevant experts and
profesionals to cary out
asesments a
nd submit reports to the
general meting
for aproval.


The board of directors decides the m
atersuch as external investment, purchasing
and seling asets, aset guarante and trust management etc. and the value of which is
les than 30% of the latest audited asets of the company; otherwise, those maters
shal be proposed to the general met
ing.


The authority thathe general meting of shareholders grants the board of directors
for external investment, acquisition and sale of asets, asets mortgage or external
guarantes, administration ofinance by a third party, afiliated transaction is
based on
the Administrative Measures on External Investment, External Guarante, Afiliated
transaction aproved by the general meting of shareholders.





Article 114 The board of directorshal apoint one chairman and one vice
-
chairman.
The chairman and vice
-
chairm
an
shal belected by an absolute majority of directors
.





Article 115


The chairman of the board
of directorshal exercise
the
folowing powers:
1
. to preside
over
general metings
and
to convene and preside over metings of
the board of directors
;
2
. to supervise,
promote
and
overse
the
implementation of resolutions
of the
board of
dire
ctors;
3
.
to sign the company

s stock, bond
and other securities;


4. to sign the significant documents of the board of directors and others which ned to
be signed by
the
legal represe
ntative;
5. to exercise
the
functions and power
of legal representative;
6. to cary outhe folowing maters:


(1) matersuch as external investment, purchasing and seling asets, aset guarante



and trust management etc. (excluding the related party transa
ction an
d
external
guarante) where its value is
les
than 3 milion and 0.5% of absolute value of the
latest audited total asets of the company; the aforesaid purchasing and seling asets
refers to as the purchasing and seling apart from the daily busi
nes activities.


(2) related party transactions betwen the company and the related party where the
value is les than 3 mil
i
on or 0.5% of absolute value of the latest audited net asets of
the company;


(3) to make a loan within the credit
quota
of the ye
ar authorized by the board of
directors, the value of each new loan or the cumulative loans of a complete
acounting year is les than 0.5% of the latest audited total asets of the company
when outside of the
credit
quota
; and


(4) to recruit andismis t
he management staf other than those shal be recruited and
dismised by the board of directors.


7. under the force majeure such aserious natural disasters, to exercise the special
jus
disponendi
of the company maters, and to reporto the board of dir
ectors and general
meting; and


8.
any other power granted by the board of directors.


Article 116 The vice
-
chairman of the company shal asisthe chairman in his work.
Where the chairman is unable to exercise his powers or fails to do so, the
vice
-
chairman apointe
d by the chairman shal exercise such powers on his behalf
(where the company has twor more vice
-
chairmen, the vice chairman jointly elected
by an absolute majority of directorshal exercise such powers). Where the vice
chairman is unable to exercise h
is powers or fails to do so, a director jointly
nominated by an absolute majority of directorshal exercise such powers.





Article 117 The board of directorshal hold metings no les than twice a year. The
metingshal be convened by the chairman of the board of
directors and notice shal
be given to al directors and supervisors ten days before the meting is held.





Article 118 Shareholders representing more than one tenths of al voting rights, more
than one thirds of al directors or the board of supervisors may propose a
n interim
meting of the board of directors. The chairman of the board of directorshal, within
ten days of receiving any such proposal, convene and preside over a meting of the
board of directors.





Article 119 The notification methods used for interimetings of
the board of
directorshal be
personal service, fax and email
, and the time limit for notification
shal be
thre days before the meting is convened
.
But, the telephone or other oral
ways of notification can be used in case of emergency and explanation
shal be given
by the convener.





Article 120 Board of directors meting noticeshal include the folowing details:
1. the date and time of the meting and the meting venue;
2. the length of the meting;
3. the reason for the meting and topics to be discused;
4. t
he date of isue of the notice
.





Article 121 No meting of the board of directorshal be held unles atended by an
absolute majority of directors. Any resolution adopted by the board of directorshal
require afirmative votes by an absolute majority of directors.
When voting on board of directors' resolutions, one director shal have one vote
.





Article 122 When the board meting of a listed company deliberates on a related
transaction, relatedirectorshal withdraw from the voting and shal not exercise
voting powers on be
half of other directors.
The relevant meting of the board of
directorshal not be held unles atended by an absolute majority of directors without
a conected relationship with any such enterprise, and any resolution made athe
meting must be voted f
or by a majority of directors without any such relationship to
be pased. Where the number of directors without any such conected relationship
atending the meting is les than thre, the mater shal be submited to the general
meting for consideration
.


The conectedirectors aforesaid shal include the folowing directors or a director
who fals within any one of the folowing cases:


1 Those acting as a counterparty;


2 Those who are a direct or indirect controler of the counterparty;


3 Those that hol
d a post in the counterparty, in a legal person or other organisation
capable of directly or indirectly controling such counterparty, or in a legal person or
other organisation directly or indirectly controled by such counterparty;


4 Family members that
have a close relationship with the counterparty or the direct or



indirect controler thereof (family members of the persons here mentioned including
their spouse, child(ren) aged 18 and above and their spouse, parents, their spouse's
parents, siblings and
their spouse, their spouse'siblings, the parents of their
child(ren)'spouse;);


5 Family members that have a close relationship with the directors, supervisors or
senior management personel of the counterparty or with a direct or indirect
controler th
ereof; and


6 Directors recognised by the China Securities Regulatory Comision, the Shanghai
Stock Exchange, or the listed company as having a conflict of interest with the listed
company that may influence their ability to exercise busines judgment inde
pendently.





When a director and the company where the director work for have significant
direct or indirect interests in a contract, deal or arangement concluded by or intended
to be concluded by the company (apart from contracts of apointment concluded
betwen the company andirector), regardles of whether the mater is required to be
aproved by the board of directors under normal circimstances, the nature andegre
of conected relationship shal be promptly disclosed to the board of directors.


Unl
es the conectedirector has disclosed his/her interesto the board of directors
acording to provisions of the preceding paragraph of this Article, and the board of
directors has aproved the mater in a vote in which that director has not ben
include
d, the company shal have the righto cancel that contract, deal or arangement.
However, exception shal be made if the other party is a bona fide party which did not
know thathe actions of the director were in violation of his/her obligations.


The abs
tention and voting procedures forelatedirectors:


1. The secretary to the board of directors orelatedirectors or other directorshal
file an aplication for abstention acording to relevant regulations;


2. The relatedirectors may not participate
in the consideration of afiliated
transaction



3. When the board of directors votes on afiliated transaction, the non
-
relatedirectors
present athe board of directorshal vote for the afiliated transaction acording to
the Articles of Asociation
after deducting the voting rights represented by the related
directors.





Article 123 The voting method to be used foresolutions of the board of directors is
open balot oraising hands
.



On the condition that directors are given suficient oportunity to voice their
opinions,
an interimeting of the board of directors may be conducted by
waysuch as fax
and may make resolutions, which shal be signed by the directors in atendance athe
meting.





Article 124 Metings of the board of directorshal be atended by each direct
or in
person. Where a director is unable to atend a meting for any reason, he may isue a
writen proxy form apointing another director to atend on his behalf. The proxy
form shal set outhe name of the proxy, the maters for whiche has ben apoin
ted,
the scope of his authorization and the valid term, and shal be signed or sealed by the
apointing director. Any director who atends a meting on behalf of another director
shal exercise the later's rights within the scope of his authorization. Any
director
who neither atends a meting of the board of directors nor apoints a proxy to atend
on his behalf shal be demed to have waived his voting rights athe meting
.





Article 125 The board of directorshal prepare minutes regarding its decisions on
maters
considered athe meting, which shal be signed by the directors in atendance
athe meting.
The meting minutes for the board of directorshal be retained in company archives
for
ten years.





Article 126 Board of directors meting minuteshal include the folo
wing details:
1. the date and time of the meting, the meting venue and the name of the meting
convener;
2. the names of the directors in atendance athe meting and the names of directors
(proxies) apointed by other directors to atend the meting;
3
. the meting agenda;
4. the key points made by the directors in the course of discusions;
5. the voting method adopted and the voting result for each resolution (the voting
result shal record the numbers of afirmative votes, negative votes and abstenti
ons).





Section 3 Independent Director





Article 127 The board of directorshal have 3 independent directors. An
independent director shal dutifuly
perform his duties and responsibilities, safeguard



the company's overal interests and, in particular, pay atention t
hathe lawful rights
and interests of smal and medium shareholders are not prejudiced
.


An Independent Director shal perform his duties and responsibilities independently,
withouthe interference of the principal shareholders or the persons in actual co
ntrol
of, or other entities or individuals that have a material interest in, the listed company.
In principle, an Independent Director shal not simultaneously hold the position of
Independent Director in more than five listed companies and he shal ensure
that he
hasuficientime and energy to efectively perform his duties and responsibilities as
an Independent Director.





Article 128 The board of directors, the board of supervisors and shareholder(s)
individualy or jointly holding more than 1% of shares isued ou
tside of the company
can propose the candidate of independent director, and the independent director shal
belected by the general meting.





Article 129 I
n adition to the functions and powers grantedirectors under the
Company Law
and otherelevant laws and regul
ations,
the
compan
y
shal grant
i
ndependent
d
irectors the folowing special functions and powers:
1. majorelated
-
party transactions (namely proposed related
-
party transactions
betwen the company and a
rela
ted person with a total value of more than CNY
3
milion
and
more than
0.
5% of the company's most recently audited net aset value)
shal be submited to the board of directors for deliberation after the aproval of the
i
ndependent
d
irectors;
(1) before rendering their judgment,
i
ndependent
d
irectors ma
y engage an
intermediary organization to isue an independent financial consultant report for use
as a basis forendering their judgment;
2
.
proposing thengagement or dismisal of an acounting firm to the board of
directors;
3
.
proposing to the board o
f directors the convening of an extraordinary shareholders'
general meting;
4
.
proposing the convening of a meting of the board of directors;
5
.
independently engaging external auditing institutions and consultancies; and
6
.
openly soliciting shareholder
s' voting rights before the holding of a shareholders'
general meting;
Independent
d
irectorshal obtain the consent of at least half of al the
i
ndependent



d
irectors beforexercising the afore
-
mentioned functions and powers.
If any of the afore
-
mention
ed proposals was not acepted or any of the
afore
-
mentioned functions and powers could not bexercised normaly, the company
shal disclose the details thereof.





Article 130 An independent director shal atend the metings of the board of
directors on time, and have
ful knowledge of the operation of the company. Besides
the atendance of the metings, an independent director shal spend more than 10 days
per year investigating the situations of operation, management and iner control etc.
of the company.


An independ
ent director shal presenthe anual report of al independent directors
ilustrating their performance to the general meting of the company,





Article 131 Concerning the folowing maters, an independent director shal expres
one of the independent opinions: agre
ment, reservation and its reasons, objection and
its reasons, and unable to make coments and its reasons o
n
the folowing m
aterial
m
aters
o
f
t
he
c
ompany
:
1
.
the nomination, apointment and removal of directors;
2
.
thengagement or dismisal of senior ma
nagement personel;
3
.
the remuneration of the company's directors and senior management personel;
4
.
the board of directors did not prepare the cash profit distribution plan;
5. existing or new loans totaling more than CNY3 milion or more than 5% of the
li
sted company's most recently audited net aset valuextended to the listed company
by itshareholders, persons in actual control or afiliates or other transactions
involving funds amounting to more than CNY3 milion or more than 5% of the listed
company
's most recently audited net aset value betwen the listed company and its
shareholders, persons in actual control or afiliates, and whether the company has
taken efective measures to recover the monies owed;
6.
maters that may, in an
i
ndependent
d
irec
tor's opinion, prejudice the rights and
interests of smal and medium shareholders; and
7.
other materspecified in the company's articles of asociation.





Article 132 An independent director shal perform his due diligence obligation when
discovering the folowing
maters, and whenecesary can hire an intermediary
organization to make a special investigation:



1. significant maters haven

t presento the board of directors;
2. haven

t disclose maters in time;
3. therexists false records, misleading statements or major o
misions in the public
information;
4. other circumstances that violating laws and rules or prejudicing the rights and
interests of smal and medium shareholders.





Article 133 Under the folowing circumstances, an independent director shal make a
public anouncement:
1. d
ismised by the company and the reason of which is demed unreasonable;
2. to resign since therexistsituations that hinder the independent director
efectively exercise his functions and powers;
3. the board of director did notakefective measures after
the report of violating
laws and rules; and
4. other situations that hinder the independent director exercising his functions and
powers.





Article 134 An independent director shal presenthe anual reporto the anual
general meting of the company on the folowing ma
tters:
1. times of atendance and the voting situation of the metings of board of directors
and general metings of the last year;
2. situation of expresing the independent opinions;
3. work concerning on protecting the legal rights and interests of smal and med
ium
shareholders, and
4. other work on his performance, such as proposing a meting of board of directors,
and engagement or dismisal of an intermediary organization, etc.





Article 135 The company
shal establish the
independent
director system, and the
secretary
to
the
board of directors
shal
asist
thexercising ofunctions and powers
of independent director.
The company
shal gua
rante an independent director the
equal righto know, and
be provided with
the company

s
materials
in time to the
independent
director
.





Article 136 An independent shal have the same term of ofice with other directors,
and can be re
-
elected and re
-
apointed after thexpiration of the term, buthe



duration shal be les than 6 years. An independent director shal not be dismised
without reasonable
reason before thexpiration of his term. If such, the company
shal disclose such maters as a special disclosure mater.





Article 137 An independent director may
submit his resignation before thexpiration
of his term. When an
i
ndependent
d
irectoresigns, he shal
l submit a writen
resignation to the board of directors in whiche provides information on any
circumstances related to his resignation or any circumstances to whiche believes the
atention of the company'shareholders and creditors must be drawn.
If
the
resignation of an
i
ndependent
d
irector causes the number of
i
ndependent
d
irectors on
the company's board of directors to fal below the minimum ratio required, the writen
resignation of the said
i
ndependent
d
irector shal only enter into efect after
his
sucesor as
i
ndependent
d
irector fils the vacancy.





Article 138 The board of directors of the company shal establish the Independent
Director Working System as the apendix of the articles of asociation.





Section 4 Secretary to the Board of Directors





Article 139 The comp
any shal have a secretary to board of directors.
The
b
oard
s
ecretary is a senior oficer of the company. It shal be responsible for the company
and the board of directors and shal perform duties faithfuly andiligently.





Article 140 Any person to be apointed as
the
b
oard
s
ecretary
by the board of
director
shal have:
1.
g
ood profesional ethics and integrity
,
e
xpertise in finance, management and law
necesary for performing duties
,
w
ork experience necesary for performance of duties;
2. a
ny person who fals in an
y of the folowing circumstanceshal not act as the
b
oard
s
ecretary:
(
1
)
h
aving any of the circumstances provided for in Article 14
6
of the
co
mpany Law
;
(
2
)
o
btaining administrative punishment imposed by CSRC in recenthre years;
(3)
o
nce
having ben reproached publicly or criticized by a stock exchange more than
thre times in recenthre years;
(4) any circumstanceset forth in article 97 of
the articles of asociation;
(5)
a
cting as thexisting supervisor of the company ;
or



(6) h
aving other circumstances incompetent as a secretary of the board of directors
.
3. w
here the
b
oard
s
ecretary of the company fals in one of the folowing
circumstan
ces, the company shal dismis him or her within one month after such
circumstance ocurs:
(
1
)
b
eing identical with any of the circumstances provided for in
Item 2 of this
a
rticle
hereof;
(
2
)
f
ailing to perform duties for more than thre consecutive months
;
(3)
i
ncuring major erors or omisions when he or she performs duties, resulting in
serious consequences;
(4) v
iolating laws, regulations or other normative documents, resulting in serious
consequences.





Article 141 The main
functions and powers
of
board
secretary
shal be
:
1. be responsible for
eleasing corporate information externaly
, f
ormulating and
improving the information disclosure management system;
u
rging the company's
employes with the obligation to disclose relevant information to comply with
relevant re
gulations on information disclosure, and asisting with relevant parties and
persons in performing the obligation of information disclosure;
2. be in charge of managing the investorelationship, and improving the company's
mechanism for investors' comunicat
ions, reception and services
;
3. o
rganizing, preparing and atending the metings
of the board of directors
,
metings of special comisions under the board of directors, metings
of the board
of
supervisors
and
shareholders' metings
;
4. be in
charge of the
con
fidential work of
information
disclosure, and reporto Stock
Exchange(s) andisclose such information in time;
5. checking on
the
truth of
media reports
, and
prompting
the board of directors to
reply the questions of Stock Exchange(s);
6. organiz
ing
the compan
y's directors, supervisors, senior oficers and otherelevant
personel to atend training courses relating to pertinent laws, regulations and other
normative documents
;
7. prompt
ing
the company's directors, supervisors and senior oficers to perform
obligat
ions faithfuly andiligently
; u
pon
the
awarenes of actual or potential
decisions made by any of the aforesaid pe
rsons in violation of pertinent laws,
regulations and other normative documents, the secretary
to
the board of directors
shal give a warning
first and reporto the
Stock Exchange(s)
imediately
;



8. be responsible for
the
company

s equity management afairs, taking care
of the
materials of shareholding of
the
company

s
directors, supervisors and senior
management
oficers
, the controling shareho
lder and its
directors, supervisors and
senior
managers
, and be in charge of the disclosure of
the
changes of shareholding of
t
he company

s
directors, supervisors and senior management
oficers; and
9. other functions and powers required in the company law or
articles of asociation,
or by the CSRC or the Stock Exchange(s).





Article 142 The director or other senior manager of the company can concurently
serves as the board secretary. The registered acountant or lawyer hired by the
company shal not be served as the boar
d secretary concurently.





Article 143 The board secretary shal be nominated by the chairman of the board of
directors, and bengaged or dismised by the board of directors. Where a director
concurently serves as the board secretary, he/she shal not present as the
double duty
when some activity neds a director and board secretary separately.





Article 144 The company shal provide conveniences to the
b
oard
s
ecretary for
performing duties, and its directors, supervisors, senior oficers and relevant staf
shal coperate with t
he Board Secretary in performing duties.
The board secretary is
entitled be have a knowledge of the financial and operation situations of the company
concerning his/her performance of duties, and lok into relevant material, and ask
relevant departments an
d personel to provide such materials.





Article 145
The
b
oard
s
ecretary shal enter into a confidentiality agrement with the
company, undertaking to continualy perform confidentiality obligation until such
information is in public domain within the tenure and after
demision, except for the
information abouthe company's violation of laws and regulations.


In the case of a vacancy of the
b
oard
s
ecretary within thre months, the
b
oard of the
company shal apoint a director or a senior oficer in time to take the res
ponsibilities
of the
b
oard
s
ecretary and reporto the S
tock Exchange(s)
for filing.
Where the board of directors fails to apoint a person to perform the duties of the
secretary of the board of directors or the secretary of the board of directors is vacan
t
for more than thre months, the legal representative of the company shal perform the
duties of the
b
oard
s
ecretary on his/her behalf until a new secretary is apointed.





Chapter VI The
President
and Other Senior Oficers





Article 146 The company shal apoint one
p
resident
, who shal be apointed or
dismised by the board of directors.
The company shal apoint
several
deputy
president
s, who shal be apointed or
dismised by the board of directors.
The
president
, the deputy
president
s, the
chief
financ
ial oficer
a
nd
board secretary
shal be demed to be the senior oficers of the company.





Article 147 The provisions of Article 9
7
of the articles of asociation relating to the
circumstances in which individuals may not serve as directorshal also aply to
senior oficers.
The
provisions of Article
10
of the articles of asociation relating to directors'
fiduciary duties and the provisions of Items 4 to 6 of Article
101
on directors' due
diligence dutieshal also aply to senior oficers.





Article 148 No person who serves in any non
-
dir
ector position in a unit of any of the
company's controling shareholders or ultimate controlershal serve as a senior
oficer of the company.





Article 149 The term of ofice for the
president
shal be
3
years, and may be renewed
upon reapointment.





Article 150 The
president
shal reporto the board of directors and shal exercise the
folowing powers:
1. to manage the company's production and operations, and organize the
implementation of board resolutions;
2. torganize the implementation of the company's anual operating
plans and
investment programs;
3. to drafthe plan for the company's internal management structure;
4. to formulate the company's basic management systems;
5. to formulate detailed company rules;
6. to make recomendations to the board of directors on the
apointment oremoval
of any deputy
president
or the
chief
financ
ial oficer
;



7. to apoint oremove oficers of the company other than those to be apointed or
removed by the board of directors; and
8. any other power granted by the articles of asocia
tion and the board of directors.
The manager shal be present at board metings without voting rights.





Article 151 The
president
shal formulate his own detailed working rules, which shal
be implemented after being aproved by the board of directors.





Article 152 The detailed w
orking rules for the
president
shal include the folowing
particulars:
1. the conditions and procedures for convening the
management layer
's meting and
the meting participants;
2. the respective and specific duties of andivision of work betwen the
pr
esident
and
other senior oficers;
3. the use of the company's capital and asets, the power to conclude major contracts,
and the system foreporting to the board of directors and the board of supervisors;
and
4. other maters demed necesary by the boar
d of directors.





Article 153 The
president
may resign before thexpiration of his term of ofice.
Specific procedures and measures with respecto the
president
's resignation shal be
prescribed in themployment contract by and betwen the
president
and the company.





Article 154 The deputy president shal be nominated by the president and bengaged
or dismised by the board of directors. The deputy president shal asisthe work of
the president.





Article 155 Any senior oficer who violates any law, administrative regulations,
departmenta
l rules or the articles of asociation and thereby causes the company to
sufer a loshal be liable for making compensation.





Chapter VI Board of Supervisors





Section 1 Supervisors






Article 156 The provisions of Article 9
7
of the articles of asociation relating t
o the
circumstances in which individuals may not serve as directorshal also aply to
supervisors.
No director,
president
or other senior oficer shal concurently act as a supervisor.





Article 157 Supervisorshal abide by laws, administrative regulations and the
articles of asociation, and shal owe fiduciary andue diligence duties to the
company. Supervisorshal not abuse their authority by acepting bribes or other
ilegal income, nor shal they convert company property.





Article 158 The term of ofice of a supervisor
shal be thre years. On thexpiration
of his term of ofice, the same supervisor may be relected and serve another term of
ofice.





Article 159 Where a new supervisor has not yet ben elected on thexpiration of a
supervisor's term of ofice, or the number of sup
ervisors on the board fals below the
quorum due to the resignation of a supervisor during his term of ofice, that supervisor,
before the newly elected supervisor takes his ofice, shal continue to perform his
duties in acordance with laws, administrati
ve regulations and the articles of
asociation.





Article 160 Supervisorshal ensure thathe information disclosed by the company
is true, acurate and complete.





Article 161 Supervisors may atend metings of the board of directors and make
inquiries or present proposals relat
ing to isues to be determined by the board of
directors.





Article 162 Supervisorshal notake advantage of their conected relationships
with others to damage the company's interests and, where any los is incured as a
result of any such violation, sha
ll be liable for making compensation.





Article 163 Any supervisor who violates any law, administrative regulations,
departmental rules or the articles of asociation and thereby causes the company to
sufer a loshal be liable for making compensation.





Section 2 Bo
ard of Supervisors





Article 164 The company shal establish a board of supervisors. The board of
supervisorshal consist of
6
supervisors, shal have a chairman, and may have a
vice
-
chairman. The chairman and the vice
-
chairman shal belected by an absolute
majorit
y of supervisors. The chairman shal convene and preside over metings of the
board of supervisors. Where the chairman is unable to exercise his powers or fails to
do so, the vice
-
chairman shal convene and preside over metings of the board of
supervisors
. Where the vice
-
chairman is unable to exercise his powers or fails to do so,
a director jointly nominated by an absolute majority of directorshal convene and
preside over metings of the board of supervisors.
The board of supervisorshal be composed
of shareholderepresentatives and an
apropriate proportion of company employe representatives. The number of
employe representativeshal be no les than one third of al supervisors. Employe
representatives on the board of supervisorshal be democ
raticaly elected by
employes through themploye representative congres, themploye congres, or
any other means.





Article 165 The board of supervisorshal exercise the folowing powers:
1. to examine and give writen examination opinions on the company's regu
lareports
prepared by the board of directors;
2. to review the financial afairs of the company;
3. to monitor the conduct of the directors or senior oficers in the course of
performing their duties and to propose the recal of any director or senior of
ficer who
violates any law or administrative regulations, or the articles of asociation;
4. to require any director or senior oficer who damages the company's interests to
take remedial action;
5. to propose interim general metings, and to convene and p
reside over a general
meting when the board of directors fails to perform its duty to convene and preside
over a general meting as prescribed in the Company Law;
6. to submit proposals to the general meting;
7. to file a suit against any director or sen
ior oficer of the company in acordance
with the provisions of Article 152 of the Company Law; and
8. to undertake an investigation on discovering any iregularities in the operation of



the company and, where necesary, engage an acounting firm to asist
in any such
investigation athexpense of the company.
9. o
ther supervisors' powers may be prescribed in the articles of asociation.





Article 166 The board of supervisorshal hold metings no les than oncevery six
months. An interimeting may be convened at
the request of the supervisors.
Resolutions of the board of supervisorshal be adopted by an absolute majority of
supervisors.





Article 167 The board of supervisorshal formulate its own rules of procedure,
specifying discusion methods and voting procedures to e
nsure work eficiency and
safeguard systematic decision
-
making.





Article 168 The board of supervisorshal prepare meting minutes relating to
decisions on maters considered at its metings, which shal be signed by the
supervisors in atendance athe meting.
Supe
rvisors may require that explanatory records with respecto the key points made
in discusions atheir metings be kept in their meting minutes. The meting minutes
for the board of supervisorshal be retained in company archives for ten years.





Article 169 Board
of supervisors meting noticeshal include the folowing details:
1. the date and time of the meting, the meting venue and the length of the meting;
2. the reasons for the meting and the topics to be discused; and
3. the date of isue of the notice
.





Chapter VI
Party Comite





Article 170 The Company shal establish a Party Comite and a Discipline
Inspection Comision of China
-
Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park Development
Group Co., Ltd (hereinafter, “Discipline Inspection Comision”). The Party
Comit
ee consists of a secretary and several other comite members. In principle,
the chairman of the Board of Directors and the party comite secretary shal be the
same person and a ful
-
time deputy secretary shal be designated to cary out
Party
-
building
work. Eligible party comite members may be apointed as
members of the Board of Directors, the Board of Supervisors and the management



team of the Company through legal procedures, whileligible party members from
the Board of Directors, the Board of
Supervisors and the managementeam of the
Company may be apointed as members of the party comite pursuanto relevant
requirements and procedures.





Article 171 The party comite of the Company shal perform its duties in
acordance with the Constitution of the
Comunist Party of Chinand other party
regulations.
1
.
To ensure and supervise the implementation of party and national guidelines and
policies by the Company, to enforce the strategic decisions of the Jiangsu Province,
Suzhou City, the working comite
of Suzhou Industrial Park and Suzhou Industrial
Park
Administrative Comite as wel as importantasks of the party comite of
the Stateowned Asets Supervision and Administration Comision of the State
Council and the superior party organizations;


2
.
To stick to the principle of the Party Supervising Cadres whilensuring thathe
Board of Directors is entitled to apoint senior management pursuanto law and
senior management is entitled to apoint staf members pursuanto law. The party
comite
shal consider and give advice on the candidates nominated by the Board
of Directors, Chairman of the board of directors and general manager, and may
nominate candidates to the Board of Directors and general manager for consideration.
It shal review the p
roposed candidates together with the Board of Directors and
provide opinions and sugestions;


3
.
To research andiscus the reform, development and stability of the Company,
major operational and management isues and major isues concerning employes

in
terests, and provide coments and sugestions;


4
.
To undertake the main responsibilities of comprehensive and strict party
management; guide the Company

s ideological and political work, the united front
work, construction of spiritual civilization, constr
uction of corporate culture and
afairs of the
trade union, the Comunist Youth League and other mas organizations;
take leadership in the construction of the Party’s working style and a clean and honest
administration, and suporthe Discipline Inspecti
on Comision to efectively
discharge its oversight responsibilities.





Article 172 The company shal formulate its own financial and acounting system in
acordance with laws, admin





Chapter IX Financial and Acounting System, Profit Distribution and Audit





Section
1 Financial and Acounting System





Article 173 The company shal formulate its own financial and acounting system in
acordance with laws, administrative regulations and the provisions of relevant state
departments.





Article 174 The company shal, within four months of thend o
f each acounting
year, submit its anual financial and acounting reports to the China Securities
Regulatory Comision and the relevant stock exchange(s), within two months of the
end of the first six

month period of each acounting year, submit its inte
rim financial
and acounting reports to its local China Securities Regulatory Comision agency
and the relevant stock exchange(s), and within one month of thend of the first and
third quarters of each acounting year, submit its quarterly financial and
acounting
reports to its local China Securities Regulatory Comision agency and the relevant
stock exchange(s).
The aforesaid financial and acounting reportshal be formulated in acordance with
aplicable laws, administrative regulations andepartme
ntal rules.





Article 175 The company shal not establish any separate acounts boks other than
those prescribed by law. The company's asetshal not be deposited into any acount
established in an individual's name.





Article 176 In distributing its curent
-
year after
-
tax profi
ts, the company shal
alocate 10% of its profito itstatutory reserve fund. Alocations to the company's
statutory reserve fund may be waived once the cumulative amount ofunds therein
exceds 50% of the company's registered capital.
Where the statuto
ry reserve fund is not suficiento cover any los made by the
company in the previous year, the curent year's profit shal be used to cover such los
before any alocation is made to the statutory reserve fund pursuanto the preceding
paragraph.
After
an alocation to the statutory reserve fund has ben made from the after
-
tax
profit of the company, and subjecto the adoption of a resolution by the general



meting, an alocation may be made to the discretionary reserve fund.
After the company has cover
ed its loses and made alocations to the reserve funds,
any remaining profit shal be distributed to the shareholders in proportion to their
respective shareholdings unles otherwise stipulated in the articles of asociation.
Where the general meting or
the board of directors, in violation of the preceding
paragraph, distributes profits to the shareholders before covering company loses and
making an alocation to the company statutory reserve fund, the profitso distributed
must be returned to the compa
ny.
Profitshal not be distributed to company shares held by the company itself.


The company shal specify in its Articles of Asociation the priority sequence of cash
dividendistribution and stock dividendistribution regarding the selection of the
m
ode of profit distribution, and shal include the folowing maters



1
the decision
-
making procedures and mechanisms of the board of directors and the
general asembly of the company on profit distribution maters especialy cash
dividendistribution, the
specificonditions andecision
-
making procedures and
mechanisms for adjusting curent profit distribution policies especialy cash dividend
distribution policies, and measures taken to suficiently hear the opinions of
independent directors and minority
shareholders; and


2
the specificontents of the company's profit distribution policies especialy cash
dividendistribution policies, the form of profit distribution, the interval betwen
profit distribution events especialy that of cash dividendistr
ibution, the specific
conditions for cash dividendistribution, the conditions for granting stock dividends,
and the minimum amount or proportion (if any) of each cash dividendistribution.





Article 177 Company reserve fundshal be used to cover company loses, ex
pand
production and operations, or converted to increase the company's capital. However,
the capital reserve fund must not be used to cover company loses.
After converting
statutory reserve funds into capital, the amount remaining in the statutory reserve
fund
shal be no les than 25% of the company's registered capital.





Article 178 After the general meting makes a resolution on a profit distribution plan,
the board of directorshal complete the distribution and payment of dividends (or
shares) within two months
of holding the general meting.





Article 179 The
company's profit distribution policies are as folows:



1. Profit Distribution Principles


The company implements a continuous and stable profit distribution policy. The
company's profit distribution should pay atention
to the reasonable return on
investment of investors, protecthe legal interests of investors, and take into acount
the sustainable development of the company.


The Company shal folow the principle of equal dividend for equal share.


2. The form of profi
t distribution and the interval betwen profit distribution events


The company may distribute the profits by way of cash, bonushares and by a
combination of both or other methods permited by laws and regulations, buthe
company should give priority to
chose the distribution of profits by cash dividends.
Cash dividendshal be adopted for profit distribution when cash dividends
conditions are met.


When cash dividends conditions are met, the company conducts a profit distribution
each year in principle.
The company can conduct interim profit distribution after
aproved by the board of directors and the general meting of shareholders.


3. Specificontent of profit distribution


(1) The order of Profit Distribution


If the company's normal production and op
eration capital requirements are satisfied,
the company may give priority to adopthe cash dividends. If the conditions of cash
dividends are met, the company should adopthe cash dividends for profit
distribution.


(2) The condition and proportion of cas
h dividends
.


The Company shal distribute cash dividends when the folowing conditions are met:



) the distributable profits for the coresponding year (i.e. the after
-
tax profits after
compensating for loses and withdrawing for the comon reserve) are positive, and

) auditor isues a clean report on the anual financial report for the corespondin
g
year, and;

) the Company has no major investment plans or major CAPEX, or other
major expending under somexceptional circumstances for the year folowing the
coresponding year.


The above mentioned major investment or major CAPEX and other major spend
ing
under exceptional circumstances refers to the Company’s total spending planed for
purposes of investment, acquisition, equipment procurement or for any other purposes
under exceptional circumstances reaches or exceds 50 percent of the latest audited
net asets.


The board of directors of a listed company shal, by comprehensively considering



factorsuch as the characteristics of the sector it belongs to, its development stage, its
operating mode, its profitability, and whether it has any major expendi
ture
arangements, propose diferential cash dividendistribution policies by the
procedure stipulated in the bylaws of the company in light of the folowing
circumstances:



) If the company is in a mature stage and has no major expenditure arangements,
the proportion of cash dividendshal acount for at least 80% in its profit
distribution;



) If the company is in a mature stage and has major expenditure arangements, the
proportion of cash dividendshal acount for at least 40% in its profit distrib
ution;
and;



) If the company is in a growth stage and has major expenditure arangements, the
proportion of cash dividendshal acount for at least 20% in its profit distribution.
Where it is dificulto determine the development stage of the company,
the
above
-
me
ntioned provisions may stil aply as long as the company has major
expenditure arangements.


When the cash dividends conditions are met, the Company’s cash dividendshal be
not les than 10 percent of the distributable profit realized in th
e coresponding year,
and in any thre consecutive years, the total cash dividendshal be not les than 30
percent of average distributable profits realized in the coresponding consecutive thre
years.


(3) The conditions of stock dividends distribution


The company shal distribute stock dividends as neded. The specificonditions for
dividends distribution are:

) The company is in wel operation;

) Distributing
dividends is more beneficial for the company and shareholders based on the situations
such
as the company

s stock not matching itscale, or the company having major
invest plan or cash expenditure, or the company beingrowing, or net aset value in
dilution;

) Cash distribution complying with related laws and regulations and the
Articles of
Asociation.


(4) The decision
-
making proces and mechanism for profit distribution policy


The board of directorshal formulate a reasonable profit distribution scheme based
on the company's profitability, capital requirements and the Articles of Asociat
ion,
and submit ito the shareholders' meting after aproved by the board of directors.
The independent directors and the board of supervisorshal review and isue a
writen opinion on the abovementioned profit distribution scheme. When the board of



di
rectors reviews the profit distribution scheme, the scheme shal be aproved by at
least 1/2 of al directors and 1/2 independent directors with specific opinions. When
the board of supervisors reviews the scheme, the scheme shal be aproved by at least
1
/2 of al supervisors. When the general meting of shareholders reviews the scheme,
the scheme shal be aproved by at least 1/2 voting rights held by shareholders present
athe shareholders’ meting.


When making cash dividend policy, the Board of Directo
rshal earnestly study on
and verify such maters as related to timing, conditions and minimum proportion for
cash dividendistribution, and conditions to triger adjustments of cash dividend
distribution policy andecision
-
making proces for such adju
stments. Independent
directorshal givexplicit opinions on whether the isue is in acordance with the
law, regulations and the Articles of Asociation. Independent shareholders may, when
formulating profit distribution proposal, sek minority sharehol
ders’ opinions and
directly submit for board of directors’ reviewing. The company shal actively
comunicate with shareholders especialy smal and medium sized shareholders
through a variety of chanelsuch as phone cal, fax, e
-
mail or investor
comunic
ation platform and solicit views of smal and medium sized shareholders
and promptly reply to their concerns before the shareholders’ meting reviewing cash
dividendistribution policy.


The Board of Directors, independent directors, and shareholders who m
eet relevant
requirements may solicit proxies before the general meting of shareholders decides
on profit distribution policy, and independent directors who exercise the power of
proxy solicitation shal get suport from over half of independent directors
.


(5) The decision
-
making proces and mechanism for adjustment of profit distribution
policy


The Company shal strictly implement such profit distribution policy (especialy the
cash dividendistribution policy) which is formulated based on relevant laws
,
regulations and rules, and the Articles of Asociation and strictly execute the concrete
profit distribution sheme (especialy the cash dividendistribution scheme) aproved
by the general meting of shareholders. When meting force majeure such as natu
ral
disaster or special conditionsuch as great changes in external busines environment,
company’s busines being influenced or abouto be influenced hugely, the company
may make adjustments to thexisted profit distribution policy after carefuly
deli
beration.


The company shal elaborate the necesity and feasibility of the adjustments and fuly



consider the opinions of independent directors and shareholders especialy minority
shareholders. The adjusted plan shal be in acordance with related laws an
d
regulations and aproved by board of directors. The adjusted plan shal be voted
afirmatively by no les than 2/3 of the voting rights held by the shareholders present
athe shareholders’ meting.


The Company shal, in its periodical reports, disclose
the formulation and
implementation of cash dividend policy, and state the folowing items:

) whether or
nothe policy is in compliance with the provisions of the Articles of Asociation or
resolutions of the shareholders' general meting, and

) whether
or nothe standard
and proportion of dividends is clear andefined, and

) relevant decision
-
making
proces and mechanism is complete, and

) whether or nothe independent directors
fuly perform duties with due diligence, and

)whether or not medium an
d smal
sized shareholders have chanels to voice their opinions andemands, and the
legitimate rights and interests of them are fuly wel protected and etc. In adition, if
cash dividend policy is a
djusted or amended, the Company shal explain in detail
whether or not conditions to triger such adjustments and relatedecision
-
making
proces are legitimate, compliant and transparent.





Section 2 Internal Audit





Article 180 The company shal implement an internal audit system and arange for
ful
-
time auditors to supe
rvise the internal auditing of the company's financial revenue
and expenditure, as wel as its economic activities.





Article 181 The internal audit system and auditors' dutieshal be implemented after
being aproved by the board of directors. The audit manager shal
be responsible to
and report on such work to the board of directors.





Section 3 Apointment of Acounting Firms





Article 182 The company shal apoint an acounting firm qualified to engage in
securities
-
related busines to undertake maters including audits of acou
nting
statements, the verification of net asets and otherelevant consultancy services. The
term of apointment shal be one year, and may be renewed.






Article 183 The company's apointment of an acounting firm shal be decided by
the general meting. The board of
directorshal not apoint any acounting firm
prior to a decision being made by the general meting.





Article 184 The company shal ensure that al acounting vouchers, acounts boks,
financial and acounting reports and other acounting materials are true and comp
lete,
and shal not refuse to provide, conceal or fraudulently report such materials and
information.





Article 185 Maters relating to acounting firm audit expenseshal be decided by
the general meting.





Article 186 Where the company dismises or does not reapoint an acount
ing firm,
it shal notify the acounting firm
15
days in advance. The acounting firmay state
its views when the general meting votes on the dismisal of the acounting firm.
Where the acounting firm resigns, it shal inform the general meting whether
the
company is involved in any improprieties.





Chapter X Notices and Anouncements





Section 1 Notice





Article 187 Company noticeshal be served by any of the folowing means:
1. by hand;
2. by mail;
3. by anouncement; or
4. any other meanstipulated in the articl
es of asociation.





Article 188 Where a notice iserved by anouncement, once the anouncement has
ben made, al the relevant personshal be demed to have received the notice.





Article 189 Notices on the holding of a general meting shal be made by
personal
delivery, em
ail
or fax.





Article 190 Notices on the holding of a meting of the board of directorshal be



made by
personal delivery, email or fax.





Article 191 Notices on the holding of a meting of the board of supervisorshal be
made by
personal delivery, email or fax.





Article 192 Where a company not
ice iserved by personal delivery, the person on
whom it iserved shal sign or seal the prof of service and the receipt date shal be
demed to be the service date; where a notice iserved by mail, the
7
working day
from its delivery to the post ofic
e shal be demed to be the service date;
where a
notice iserved by fax, the date sent by fax is the date of delivery
;
where a notice is
served by anouncement, the first day on which the anouncement is published shal
be demed to be the service date.





Article 193 Where a meting notice is not sento any person entitled to notification
or any such person does not receive the meting notice due to an unintentional
omision, neither the meting nor the resolutions made athe meting shal be
invalidated thereby.





S
ection 2 Anouncements





Article 194 The company apoints [name of media outlet] as the media outlethat
shal publish the company's anouncements and other information required to be
disclosed.


Chapter
XI
Mergers, Breakups, Capital Increases, Capital Reductions, Dis
solutions
and Liquidations





Section 1 Mergers, Breakups, Capital Increases and Reductions





Article 195 Companies may be merged by way of absorption or by consolidation.
One company's absorption of another company is a merger by absorption, and the
company being absorb
ed shal be disolved. A merger of twor more companies
through thestablishment of a new company is a consolidation, and the companies
being consolidated shal be disolved.






Article 196 In a merger of companies, the companieshal execute a merger
agrement and p
repare theirespective balance shets and schedules of asets. The
companieshal notify their creditors within ten days of adopting mergeresolutions,
and shal publish a notice in [name of newspaper] within 30 days. Creditorshal be
entitled to clai
m ful repayment of al debts owed by the companies orequire that
apropriate asurances are provided within 30 days of receiving the notice, or within
45 days of publication of the first notice if any such creditor does not receive the
notice.





Article 197 When com
panies merge, the creditor's rights andebts of the merged
companieshal be asumed by the surviving company or the newly formed company
after the merger.





Article 198 Where the company is to be broken up, its asetshal be divided
acordingly.
In breaking up the
company, a balance shet and a schedule of asetshal be prepared.
The company shal notify its creditors within ten days of the date on which the
breakup resolution is made, and shal make an anouncement in [name of newspaper]
within 30 days.





Article 199 The new
company resulting from the breakup shal be jointly liable for
the debts of thexisting company prior to its breakup, other than where a writen
agrement concluded before the breakup by and betwen the company and its
creditorstipulates otherwise.





Article 200 Wh
ere the company neds to reduce its registered capital, a balance shet
and a schedule of asets must be prepared.
The company shal notify its creditors within ten days of adopting any resolution to
reduce its registered capital, and shal make available
in [name of newspaper] within
30 days. Creditorshal bentitled to claim ful repayment of the debts owed by the
company orequire that apropriate asurances be provided within 30 days of
receiving the notice, or within 45 days of publication of the f
irst notice if any such
creditor does not receive the notice.
A capital reduction shal not cause the company's registered capital to fal below the
statutory minimum limit.





Article 201 Where any change to the company's registration details is required as a
result of
a merger or breakup, registration amendmentshal be caried out athe
company registration authority in acordance with the law; where the company is
disolved, company deregistration procedureshal be caried out in acordance with
the law; where a
new company is established, company establishment registration
procedureshal be caried out in acordance with the law.
Where the company seks to increase oreduce its registered capital, the apropriate
registration amendmentshal be caried out at
the company registration authority in
acordance with the law.





Section 2 Disolutions and Liquidations





Article 202 The company may be disolved for any of the folowing reasons:
1. the operating term prescribed in the articles of asociation has expired, or any oth
er
grounds for disolution prescribed in the articles of asociation have arisen;
2. the general meting has adopted a resolution to disolve the company;
3. disolution is requiredue to a merger involving the company or the breakup of the
company;
4. th
e company's busines license has ben lawfuly revoked, or the company has ben
ordered to close down or wound up; or
5. where serious dificulties have arisen in the operation of the company and the
continuation of the company would certainly damage the s
hareholders' interests to a
significant extent; however, where any such scenario canot be resolved through other
chanels, shareholders representing more than 10% of al voting rights may petition
the people's courto disolve the company.





Article 203 Where the cir
cumstances described in Item 1 of Article 1
9
8 aply to the
company, it may amend its articles of asociation to continue its existence.
Any amendment made to the articles of asociation pursuanto the preceding
paragraph shal be adopted by no les than t
wo thirds of al voting shareholders in
atendance athe relevant general meting.





Article 204 Where the company is to be disolved pursuanto Items 1, 2, 4 or 5 of
Article 1
9
8, a liquidation comite shal bestablished within 15 days. The



liquidation comite
shal be composed of directors or members determined by the
general meting. Where the company fails to form a liquidation comite to
liquidate the company within the prescribed period of time, its creditors may petition
the people's courto apointhe
relevant persons to establish a liquidation comite
and liquidate the company.





Article 205 The liquidation comite shal exercise the folowing powers in the
course of the liquidation:
1. to identify the company's asets, and prepare a balance shet and a separa
te
schedule of asets;
2. to notify creditors through notices or public anouncements;
3. to handle the company's ongoing busines that relates to the liquidation;
4. to pay al taxes owing in ful and pay al taxes incured in the course of the
liquidatio
n;
5. to identify the company's creditor's rights andebts;
6. to dispose of the company's remaining asets afterepaying al debts in ful; and
7. to participate in civil actions on behalf of the company.





Article 206 The liquidation comite shal notify creditor
s within ten days of its
establishment, and shal make a public anouncement in [name of newspaper] within
60 days. Creditorshal file their claims with the liquidation comite within 30
days of receiving the notice, or within 45 days of publication of
the first notice if any
such creditor does not receive the notice.
In filing their claims, creditorshal provide al relevant details relating thereto and
provide suporting materials. The liquidation comite shal make records of such
claims.
The liq
uidation comite shal not pay out on any creditors' claims while such
claims are stil being filed.





Article 207 After identifying the company's asets and preparing the balance shet
and schedule of asets, the liquidation comite shal prepare a liquidation pla
n,
which shal be submited to the general meting or the people's court foratification.
After paying aliquidation expenses, staf wages and labor insurancexpenses,
outstanding taxes, and company debts, the remaining asetshal be distributed to t
he
shareholders in proportion to theirespective shareholdings.



During the liquidation, the company shal continue in existence, but shal not cary on
any busines unconected to the liquidation. The asets of the company shal not be
distributed to its
shareholders before payments have ben made in acordance with
the preceding provisions.





Article 208 Where the liquidation comite, after identifying the company's asets
and preparing the balance shet and schedule of asets, discovers thathe company
does not ha
ve suficient asets to repay the company's debts in ful, the liquidation
comite shal file a bankruptcy petition with the people's court in acordance with
the law.
Once the people's court has ruled thathe company be adjudicated bankrupt, the
liquid
ation comite shal transfer the liquidation of the company to the people's
court.





Article 209 On completion of the company's liquidation, the liquidation comite
shal prepare a liquidation report, which shal be submited to the general meting or
the people's
court foratification, and upon ratification, the liquidation comite
shal submithe reporto the company registration authority to aply for company
deregistration, and make a public anouncement on the winding
-
up of the company.





Article 210 Members of the liq
uidation comite shal faithfuly perform their
duties and liquidation obligations in acordance with the law.
Members of the liquidation comite shal not abuse their authority by acepting
bribes or other ilegal income, nor shal they convert compan
y property.
Any comite member who causes the company or its creditors to sufer a los due
to intentional misconduct or gros negligence shal be liable for making
compensation.





Article 211 Where the company is declared bankrupt in acordance with the law, the
com
pany's bankruptcy and liquidation shal be conducted in acordance with legal
provisions relating to enterprise bankruptcy.


Chapter
XI
Amendments to the Articles of Asociation





Article 212 The company shal amend its articles of asociation under any of the



folowi
ng circumstances:
1. where, folowing any amendmento the Company Law or other aplicable laws
and regulations, the provisions of the articles of asociation conflict with the revised
laws and/or administrative regulations;
2. where the company's circumst
ances change to such an extenthathey are
inconsistent with what is recorded in the articles of asociation; or
3. where the general meting decides to amend the articles of asociation.





Article 213 Where it is necesary to have any amendmento the articles of
as
sociation that has ben adopted by a resolution of the general meting aproved by
the competent authorities, the relevant amendment shal be submited to the
competent authorities for aproval; where the amendment involves a company
registration item, the
company's registration shal be amended in acordance with the
law.





Article 214 The board of directorshal amend the articles of asociation in
acordance with the resolutions of the general meting and the relevant competent
authorities.





Article 215 Where the disclosure of
any amendment made to the articles of
asociation is required by law oregulation, an anouncement shal be made in
acordance with the aplicable provisions.





Chapter XI Suplementary Provisions





Article 216 Definitions
1. The term "control
ing shareholder" refers to any shareholder holding comon
shares (including prefered shares with asumed voting rights) that acount for more
than 50% of the total share capital of the company, or though those shares acount for
les than 50% of the total
share capital of the company, the voting rights atached to
those shares have a substantial influence on the decisions of the general meting.
2. The term "
de facto
controler" refers to any person who is not a company
shareholder but is in a position to
exert control over the operation of the company
through any investment, agrement or other arangements.
3. The term "conected relationship" refers to the conection betwen a controling



shareholder, an ultimate controler, a director, a supervisor or a
manager and any
enterprise directly or indirectly controled by him, or any other afiliation that may
lead to the transfer of the company's interests. Nevertheles, state
-
controled
enterpriseshal not be demed to be related to each other solely by rea
son of state
control.





Article 217 The board of directors may formulate detailed rules for the articles of
asociation in acordance with the provisions thereof provided that no such detailed
rule conflicts with the provisions of the articles of asociation.





Article 218 The Aart
icles and Asociation is writen in Chinese; where there is any
discrepancy betwen the Chinese version and any other language or version of these
Guidelines, the latest Chinese version of articles of asociation aproved and
registered with the Jiangsu Pr
ovince Market Supervision Administration shal prevail.





Article 219 For the purpose of the articles of asociation, the terms "no les than",
"within" and "no more than" include the given figure(s); the terms "under", "beyond",
"les than" and "more than" exclude the
given figure(s).





Article 220 The articles of asociation shal be interpreted by the board of directors
of the company.





Article 221 The apendices to the articles of asociation shal include rules of
procedure for the general meting, rules of procedure for the board of direc
tors and
rules of procedure for the board of supervisors
.


















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