Wang Qinmin Researches COCs Construction in Jinjiang of Fujian Province

Date:2017-08-16 00:00:00

ACFIC Chairman Wang Qinmin stressed the importance of advancing construction of Four-Merit Chambers of Commerce in the spirit of innovation and reform and through motivation of role models and construction of new working mechanisms and platforms to attain heathy growth of the non-public economy and its members, during his research on COCs construction in Jinjiang, a county-level city of Quanzhou City, the capital of southeast China’s Fujian Province, from August 13 to 14.

Wang’s team visited the Yinglin Township COC, the Jinjiang City Swimwear Industry Association, the Seven Group, the Non-public Sector’s Rule of Law Education Center, and the Integrated Electric Circuit Industrial Park.

He heard reports on the city’s socio-economic development and the work of its Federation of Industry and Commerce, and joined discussions about development of the real economy, industrial upgrades and growth pattern change, as well as COCs services, at a seminar on COCs construction.

Wang said he was very impressed by the accomplishment of the local non-public economy and the work of local FICs. He pointed out that Jinjiang’s entrepreneurs, true to their ambitious, competitive and pragmatic business traditions, have blazed a trail of steady growth and upgraded development, which has not only propelled the real economy and cemented the foundation for industrial growth, but also, through the role of COCs, pushed ahead coordinated rural-urban development and regional holistic growth and amassed valuable experience.

Wang noted the national economy currently maintains steady to sound growth momentum as the CPC and the government consistently pursue a path of support and encourage for the non-public economy.

Acknowledging the difficulties and problems encountered by private enterprises due to the economic slowdown, he urged entrepreneurs to stay conscious of the CPC’s and the government’s firm and consistent stance. He added that comprehensive reforms will further break down systemic and institutional barriers against the non-public economy; the policies and measures on real economy revitalization and innovation-driven growth will inject strong impetus to corporate structural upgrades and efficiency and quality lift; and the CPC’s and the government’s strategic arrangement and scientific planning, as well as the supply-side structural reform will create even greater space for the non-public economy.

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