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Premier urges deepening administrative reform

Updated: May 25,2021 19:52

Premier Li Keqiang inspected the administrative service center in Yinzhou district of Ningbo city, East China’s Zhejiang province, on May 25.

In front of the Premier, Meng Zhanfeng, a 38-year-old entrepreneur, received the business license for his second firm, which he had registered only a day earlier. Optimistic about the good business environment of Ningbo, Meng moved there several years ago.

According to a local official, Zhejiang has continued promoting administrative reform. As a result, satisfaction with its business environment ranks among the best in the country, and the number of market entities increased significantly, 2.4 times from the end of 2012.

Premier Li told Meng to win the trust of customers with honesty and product quality, and achieve development with fair competition.

When asked what difficulties he encountered in operating business, Meng told the Premier that as small and micro enterprises, they need to submit the same reports to different departments every year, but actually many statistics can be shared.

Market entities are the foundation of economic development, and administrative reform will help solve any problems along the way, Premier Li said.

To relieve the burdens on market entities, matters that do require presence in person should be processed all in one visit, and regular information should be reported at most one time with the application of information sharing, he added.

Premier Li stressed that there is no end to business environment improvement, and efforts should be made to deepen administrative reform to give enterprises and people easier access to government services, for fairer market competition.