.CN registrations for overseas applicants available

The .CN registry changed its policies and relaxed the restrictions for .CN registrations. Under the new rules, companies and individuals outside China are allowed to register Chinese domain names again.

Please note the following requirements for registrants outside China, effective as of Monday, September 3, 2012:

For individuals outside of China:
Applicants need to submit a scan or photo copy of an official documentthat could prove the identity of the registrant: ID card, passport, driver license, etc. All documents provided as a proof of identity must feature the name of the registrant. A signed Letter of Commitment is no longer required!

For businesses outside of China:
Applicants need to submit a scan or photo copy of their business license / business certificate. A signed Letter of Commitment is no longer required!

Furthermore all applicants must be explicitly be informed of the following during the registration process: Applicants must provide authentic, accurate and complete documentation; Applicants must confirm to have read and understood CNNIC's registration rules and policies; Applicants must adhere to all policies governing the contents of the website(s) under the domain name. In case the domain name is used for a website where the server is located in mainland China, a valid ICP number must be obtained from MIIT and provided to CNNIC through registrar. Applicants must accept full responsibility for the suspension of the domain name or any consequences caused by violations of the applicants commitments, and understand that CNNIC and the registrar undertake no responsibility in the event that it needs to interrupt the usage of the domain name.

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