Nanjing issued a hundred policies to optimize the business environment

Original Title: Nanjing Issues Hundreds of Policies to Optimize the Business Environment

On February 23, the Nanjing Municipal Party Committee and Municipal Government held a press conference to release the newly released “Nanjing City’s 100 Policies to Optimize the Business Environment (2021 Edition)”, of which 8 are the first in the country.

These 100 policies focus on areas such as streamlining administration and delegating power, precise supervision, optimized services, element guarantees, legal construction, and reform pilots. Among them, Nanjing explored and innovated in 2019 and put it into practice last year’s “land and start” model, which will be fully promoted this year. After the company signs a land transfer contract, it can obtain construction land planning permits and construction projects within 1 working day. Planning permit, construction permit for construction projects. Nanjing has also promoted the reform of “one industry, one license”, where multiple licenses of one industry are loaded into one comprehensive industry license. Enterprises only need to submit materials once and fill out one application form to start business.

In terms of improving the level of government services, Nanjing will build a “Ningqitong” enterprise service platform, and establish a database of policy items that benefit enterprises within the platform. Within 15 working days after the policy is released, some doable items will be displayed on the platform. And accept it. Nanjing will also select a number of high-growth companies from the city’s 8 industrial chains as “Nanjing Partners”, each of whom will be assigned a service team from each district (sector) where they are located. Starting from this year, Nanjing will regularly release an “opportunity list” to collect and publish urban investment opportunities and needs, and promote the precise matching of high-quality projects with industrial chain resources. Nanjing will also explore the implementation of a corporate “dormancy” system, allowing commercial entities (non-listed companies) to apply for “dormancy” based on their actual business needs. After the “dormancy” period expires, they can independently apply to resume normal business operations. (Dong Xiang)Return to Sohu to see more

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