11.1 Both parties to this treaty are relieved of their obligations in the event of force majeure.11.2 Force majeure is understood in accordance with the provisions of the ICC500 and means any event such as fire: Explosions, hurricanes, floods, earthquakes and other similar natural disasters, wars, epidemics, military operations, terrorism, riots, revolts, strikes, industrial unrest, government embargoes or other unpredictable actions that take place after the conclusion of this treaty and outside the parties to proper control and which cannot be avoided by due diligence and which are not due to the implementation of Treaty 11.3 The contracting party whose performance of this contract is prevented by an act of force majeure must inform the other party within seven (seven) days from the date of the agreement`s entry into force , which must be confirmed by a certificate from the local Chamber of Commerce and Industry. , including information about the event and the expected duration. If the non-presentation of such notification is prevented from unloading the portion of the contractual obligations arising from the force majeure event, such notification is made impossible.11.4 In this case, the performance of the obligations of one of the parties is deferred to the duration of the existence of the force majeure event, plus a reasonable period for the remobilization of production and shipping. 11.5 If the delay caused by a force majeure event were to last more than one month (one) month, the parties will seek to agree on measures to allow the contract to continue. If such an agreement is not reached within 30 days of the date of the certified force majeure event, the parties are entitled to terminate the contract.11.6 The force majeure event does not discharge the Purchaser from payment of goods already delivered in accordance with the documents of section 9 car letter. Under China`s treaty laws, the parties can agree that a party must pay damages if it violates the sales contract. The amount indicated for these « liquidated damages » and the method of calculating the damage may depend on the nature of the offence. 19.1 The seller, his mandate, his mandate and his mandate treat the information provided by the other party in a strictly private and confidential manner. The seller and buyer will take all necessary measures to prevent confidential information from being misappropriated or disclosed or disclosed to third parties, unless it is necessary to successfully enter into the contract or avoid contrary claims (unless required by applicable law).19.2 The seller and buyer may not use the confidential information provided to the seller in any way. which:a) the seller or his mandate in the commercial relations with all suppliers under the contract or (b) knowingly do something to cause the seller or his mandate to lose fees or commissions due as part of the seller`s agreement with the suppliers under the contract, or (c) do something , if it exists, or (c) to circumvent the seller or his mandate so that the seller or the mandate with the suppliers or countries is economically disadvantaged under this contract.19.3 The seller, his mandate and the buyer and his mandate are fully informed of the progress of all current and future contractual negotiations and the execution of the contract.19.4 The seller`s obligation of confidentiality and the obligation of confidentiality of the seller , its mandate and the purchaser remain in effect for a period of five (five) years from the date of these provisions.19.5 Violation of these provisions involves the payment of damages to the other party.