Value-added tax rate of manufacturing industry dropped to 13percent: Lei Jun: excitement is hard to express

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 Value-added tax rate of manufacturing industry dropped to 13percent: Lei Jun: excitement is hard to express


IT Home, March 5? At 9:00 a.m. on March 5, the second session of the 13th National Peoples Congress opened in the Great Hall of the People. The governments work report proposed that the current 16% value-added tax rate for manufacturing and other industries should be reduced to 13% this year, and that the tax rate for transportation and construction industries should be reduced from 10% to 9%, so as to ensure that the tax burden of major industries will be significantly reduced.

In response, Lu Weibing, Vice President of Millet Group and General Manager of Red Rice Redmi Brand, Weibo said: Premier Gang announced in the government work report that the central government has reduced the value-added tax of manufacturing industry from 16% to 13%, three points of tax reduction. Redmis extreme cost-effective space feels great again! Better fight!

It is worth mentioning that Lei Jun also lamented that the excitement is hard to express, we have more resources to invest in R&D and manufacturing, to make the product better!

The picture shows millet 9_

On January 10 this year, millet and red rice officially separated. After the separation, millet mainly focuses on high-end and flagship products, while red rice mainly promotes the extreme cost-effective and online e-commerce market.

Red rice Note7 is the first product of Red Rice (Redmi) after independence, and is also the first product of Red Rice at present. Red rice Note7 has a very high cost performance ratio. Full-blood version of Miaolong 660+48 megapixels is only 999 yuan. In order to change the impression of some people that cheap and bad goods, Xiaomi even extended the warranty time of Red Rice Note7 to 18 months.

As mentioned in todays report on the work of the two sessions of the CPPCC and CPPCC, the implementation of a larger tax cut this year is undoubtedly good news for mobile phone manufacturers such as millet.

Source: Editor-in-Charge of IT Home: Wang Fengzhi_NT2541