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2022-08-01
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The national development and Reform Commission will issue a new round of policies to encourage private investment. The national development and Reform Commission will issue a new round of policies to encourage private investment. Introduction: Muhong, deputy director of the national development and Reform Commission, revealed at the 2009 China private economic development situation analysis meeting on the 28th that according to the deployment and requirements of the State Council, the national development and Reform Commission has studied and drafted several opinions on Further Encouraging and guiding private investment, At present, it is brewing to launch a new round of

Mu Hong, deputy director of the national development and Reform Commission, disclosed at the "2009 China's private economic development situation analysis meeting" on the 28th that according to the deployment and requirements of the State Council, the national development and Reform Commission has studied and drafted several opinions on Further Encouraging and guiding private investment, and is currently preparing to launch a new round of policies and measures to encourage private investment

breakthrough in monopoly industries as early as last September, relevant officials of the national development and Reform Commission said that "several opinions on Further Encouraging and promoting private investment" had been submitted to the State Council, which is expected to increase fuel costs as soon as possible, and the demand for lightweight is strong at 10 points. However, the opinions has not yet been made public

the new round of policies and measures should be active and prudent, but they must be "innovative, have obvious breakthroughs, and be introduced as soon as possible", Mu Hong said yesterday

when it comes to private investment, the problem of access cannot be ignored. Huangmengfu, vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese people's Political Consultative Conference and chairman of the all China Federation of industry and commerce, said that since the introduction of the "36 articles on non-public economy", the field of private investment has been further broadened. "However, in some fields, the private economy still has some" glass doors "that can be seen but cannot be accessed, or" spring doors "that have to be exited under the interference of non market factors."

according to Muhong, there are mainly two heat treatment systems adopted: one is the solution + aging heat treatment scheme formulated with reference to the standard heat treatment system of GH2132 alloy; Another heat treatment system is no solution treatment. According to the deployment of the State Council, the national development and Reform Commission is actively studying with the relevant administrative departments of the State Council to break the industrial monopoly, expand the scope of investment, reduce the access threshold, and remove obstacles for private investment

supporting rules to be improved

"the policy of encouraging private investment is good, but some policy measures have not been fully implemented." Muhong said that this requires the government departments to formulate and disclose the policy details in a timely manner when introducing policies and measures, and effectively improve the standardization, operability and transparency of the policy units: kg, LB and n

the current policy statement on the attitude towards private capital is that "private investment is allowed to enter where it is not expressly prohibited". From this statement, it is no longer the key to relax access, but more important is the implementation of supporting operations

wangliming, director of the small and medium enterprises department of the Ministry of industry and information technology, confirmed this view. "Objectively speaking, there is no policy to restrict private capital, but in the actual implementation process, there are restrictive measures," said Wang Liming. Some industries have been completely liberalized, including railway, finance and cultural industries, but there are many inoperable measures in the implementation process

experts say that to stimulate private investment, both the government and the media should not only focus on the access threshold, but also consider the feasibility of the manipulation behind the access

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