A. “Fore Majeure” shall mean all events which are beyond the control of the Parties to this Contract, and which are unforeseen, unavoidable or insurmountable, and which prevent total or partial performance by either of the Parties. Such events shall include without limitation earthquakes, typhoons, flood, fire, war, strikes, riots, epidemic，acts of governments, changes in law or the application thereof or any other instances which cannot be foreseen, presented or controlled, including instances which are accepted as Force Majeure in general international commercial practice.
B. The Party claiming Force Majeure shall promptly inform the other Parties in writing and shall furnish within [xx] days thereafter sufficient and valid proof of the occurrence and duration of such Force Majeure, for example, Force Majeure certificate issued by CCPIT.
C. If the ground of relief subsist from more than XX months, either party shall be entitled to terminate the contract without notice.
D. Neither Party shall be liable to the other for damages caused by the failure or delay in fullfilling any obligation under this Agreement if such failure is caused by an Event of Force Majeure. The effected Party may suspend performance of this Agreement,during the period of an Event of Force Majeure.