Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council: Taiwan funded enterprises listed in the mainland enjoy the same treatment as mainland enterprises

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 Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council: Taiwan funded enterprises listed in the mainland enjoy the same treatment as mainland enterprises


Zhu Fenglian: the proposal of the CPC Central Committee on formulating the fourteenth five year plan for national economic and social development and the long-term goals for the year 2035, which was deliberated and adopted at the Fifth Plenary Session of the 19th CPC Central Committee, clearly put forward supporting qualified Taiwan funded enterprises to be listed on the mainland. On November 13, the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council of the peoples Republic of China and the China Securities Regulatory Commission jointly hosted a meeting on the mainland listing policies of Taiwan funded enterprises, which was a practical measure to implement the Fifth Plenary Session of the CPC Central Committee. The relevant departments of the CSRC and the relevant persons in charge of the Shanghai Stock Exchange and the Shenzhen Stock Exchange made policy interpretation and exchanged views on the representatives of more than 100 Taiwan funded listed enterprises and enterprises to be listed in mainland provinces and cities.

The listing of Taiwan funded enterprises in the mainland can not only raise the funds needed for enterprise development, but also improve the brand image of enterprises, so as to better integrate into the economic development process of the mainland. More and more Taiwan funded enterprises have chosen to list on the mainland.

What we want to emphasize is that there is no policy barrier for Taiwan funded enterprises to list on the mainland. They enjoy the same treatment as mainland enterprises. We will earnestly implement the spirit of the Fifth Plenary Session of the 19th CPC Central Committee, take effective measures to create a more favorable environment for Taiwan funded enterprises to develop in the mainland, support Taiwan funded enterprises to make use of the mainland capital market to become bigger, better and stronger, and better share the development opportunities of the mainland. (Zhang Ling, taiwan.com)