800000 words of state-owned enterprises past exposure; reform participants unlock the password for state-owned enterprise to get out of trouble

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 800000 words of state-owned enterprises past exposure; reform participants unlock the password for state-owned enterprise to get out of trouble


In less than half an hours sharing speech, Yin Yi province mentioned the two books no less than 10 times.

What is the mystery that attracts people from the SASAC of the State Council to repeatedly focus on this at the forum?

The reform participants gave the answer. In the past year, local SASAC, central enterprises and research institutions, retirees and reform front-line participants gathered together, organized two rounds of centralized discussion, multiple rounds of written consultation with central enterprises and local SASAC, jointly experienced ten rounds of major modification and improvement, eight liaison meetings, communication and research, spontaneous efforts, trying to reproduce the difficulty and high level of state-owned enterprise reform Among them, there are many ups and downs cases of cost backward simulation market experience and price comparison procurement of Asia Star.

Nearly 800000 words the course of SOE reform 1978-2018, divided into two volumes, introduced by Yin Yi province. In recent years, of the nearly 500 typical materials organized by the leading group of SOE reform under the State Council, 49 cases were selected, most of which were officially released to the public for the first time, including the promotion of local governments. There are 14 cases of SOE reform, 23 cases of central SOE reform and 12 cases of local SOE reform.

From the perspective of resource allocation, since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, 21 groups of 39 central enterprises have completed restructuring and integration, and state-owned capital has been continuously concentrated in important industries and key areas related to national security, national economic lifeline and national economy and peoples livelihood, accounting for 80.1% in military industry, power grid, petroleum and petrochemical, transportation, telecommunications, coal and other industries.

40 years on, the story of the reform process is not over. According to the plan of the state owned assets supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, the next step will be to promote the participation of central enterprises in the planning and construction of the national xiongan new area, support the comprehensive deepening of reform and opening-up in Hainan, promote the development of the Yangtze River economic belt, support the construction of the Great Bay area of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao, and promote the regional integration development of the Yangtze River Delta.

In terms of reducing controllable expenses, the SASAC of the State Council requires that non productive expenditures should continue to be reduced to expand the space for efficiency.

Source: editor in charge of economic observation network: Wang Xiaowu NF