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General Provisions for Chinese-Foreign Schools
Chapter V Assets and Financial Matters
Article 36 Chinese-foreign cooperatively-run schools shall establish and improve their financial and accounting systems as well as their assets management system in accordance with law, and shall keep books of accounts pursuant to the relevant provisions of the State.
Article 37 During the period of their existence, Chinese-foreign cooperatively-run schools shall enjoy the property of legal persons on all their assets in accordance with law, and no other organizations or individuals may encroach on such assets.
Article 38 The items and standards of charges by Chinese-foreign cooperatively-run schools shall be determined and publicized in accordance with the relevant provisions of the State on price fixing by the government; no additional items or increase in charges shall be allowed without approval.
Chinese-foreign cooperatively-run schools shall use Renminbi instead of any foreign currencies in calculating and collecting tuition and other fees.
Article 39 All fees collected by Chinese-foreign cooperatively-run schools shall be mainly used for educational and teaching activities and for improving the conditions of school operation.
Article 40 Chinese-foreign cooperatively-run schools shall abide by the provisions of the State on foreign exchange control in conducting their activities of the receipt and payment of foreign exchange and opening and using foreign exchange accounts.
Article 41 Chinese-foreign cooperatively-run schools, at the end of each fiscal year, shall prepare financial and accounting reports, commission public auditing institutions to conduct auditing work in accordance with law, publicize the audit findings, and file such information with the examination and approval authorities for the record.