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Private Enterprises' Sense Of Gain Is Getting Stronger

Feb 28, 2020

The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council recently issued the Opinions on Creating a Better Development Environment to Support the Reform and Development of Private Enterprises. Institutional framework for development.

The Opinions include seven aspects: optimizing the market environment for fair competition, improving a precise and effective policy environment, improving the legal environment for equal protection, encouraging and guiding the reform and innovation of private enterprises, promoting the standardized and healthy development of private enterprises, building pro-policy and business relations, and organizational security They made specific comments.

The "Opinion" was issued at the right time: due to the superposition of multiple international and domestic factors, the development of China's private economy has indeed suffered a lot of pressure in recent years, and some noise has also appeared in public opinion. "Fortunately, the central government timely corrected its name and fixed its voice, especially the private enterprise forum last year, which greatly encouraged the private economy and private entrepreneurs," Hu Chengzhong said.

Hu Chengzhong said that after the "Opinions" was issued, the company organized the study for the first time and deeply felt that the opinions issued this time were determined and vigorous. Among them, the points such as "comprehensive investigation, systematic clearing of all kinds of explicit and hidden barriers", "protecting the private rights and interests of private entrepreneurs in assisting disciplinary inspection and supervision agencies in reviewing and investigating" are also Hu Chengzhong's The two conferences and other occasions repeatedly called for, "It can be seen that the central government has really listened to the voice of the majority of private enterprises and focused on solving difficult and painful problems," he said.