The head of China’s State Administration for Market Supervision said it was further pushing forward with the revision of the Unfair Competition Prevention Law and improving regulations and guidelines, such as the standard for declaring a concentration of operators.
“The government aims to make regulatory rules and law enforcement procedures clearer, so that businesses of all kinds can catch up and improve together on the track of fair competition,” said Luo Wen. said at a news briefing on the sidelines of the first session on the 14th. National People’s Congress in Beijing.
There are now 115 million self-employed people in China, up from 40.6 million in 2012.
SAMR will help self-employed people in various stages of development, Luo said. In cooperation with relevant departments, we will actively conduct policy research on social security and tax systems, and gradually increase support for self-employed people.
Luo said the country should give full play to its role as a public service platform for individual enterprises, consolidate its resources, and provide entrepreneurship training, recruitment, legal and policy information services for individual enterprises. I added that there is.
The government will also continue to strengthen research, surveillance and analysis to help find new development opportunities for all types of self-employment.
Luo also said that the administration will continue to visit the self-employed in the field to help them solve practical difficulties and problems, so that individual enterprises can grow and contribute to China’s high-quality growth. said it would be possible.