Carry out pilot projects for cross-regional development policy coordination of the private economy
On October 21, the National Development and Reform Commission held a special press conference on promoting the typical practice of local support for the reform and development of private enterprises. Jiang Yi, deputy director of the Department of Economic Reform of the National Development and Reform Commission, said at the press conference that the National Development and Reform Commission will continue to make great efforts to support the implementation of various tasks for the reform and development of private enterprises.
The first is to focus on solving the problems faced by the development of private enterprises. Through a variety of methods, continue to discover and understand the typical problems of private enterprises in the fields of property rights protection, bidding, market access, etc., and study and solve them in a timely manner.
The second is to carry out a pilot project of cross-regional development policy coordination of the private economy. By breaking down inter-regional policy barriers related to the private economy, establishing inter-regional benefit coordination mechanisms, and promoting the coordination of government services and regional markets involving private enterprises, so as to solve the problems of unbalanced development of the private economy, non-mobility of factors, and lack of market connectivity, providing a cross-regional solution for the whole country. Exploring paths for collaborative development mechanisms.
The third is to actively guide and support private enterprises to enjoy relevant policies on an equal basis. Guide private enterprises to participate in incremental mixed-ownership reform, and actively support the reform and development of private enterprises in the identification of national enterprise technology centers and the “Leader” action for improving the quality and expansion of the domestic service industry.
Fourth, give full play to the leading role of demonstration. In accordance with the deployment of documents and in response to strong local requirements, the establishment of a "Private Economy Demonstration City" will be carried out. The 8 cities with experience in this promotion will be the first batch of cities to be established, and at the same time, a group of cities to be established as contact points will be selected with various provinces to form the "first echelon" to support the reform and development of private enterprises. Through the creation work, we will further encourage local governments to focus on the problems in the development of the private economy, continue to explore and innovate, continue to create replicable and popularized experience and practices, and continue to drive new progress and breakthroughs in supporting the development of the private economy.