China's accession to the WTO will usher in an era

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China's accession to the WTO is about to usher in an era of great policy change

China's accession to the WTO is about to usher in an era of great policy change


after China's accession to the WTO, where will the biggest change take place? A private entrepreneur said bluntly, "it's the government's business to join the WTO!" Although this statement is biased, it also tells part of the truth. That is, after China's accession to the WTO, China is about to usher in an era of great policy changes

recently, new policies have been announced one after another in a very short time. For example, the Ministry of public security has issued a policy to relax the exit and entry management. The provisions in six aspects have been fully relaxed, which is very close to international practice. The outside world has reacted strongly to this and believes that this is the latest progress in China's opening up. People who don't know much about the materials often use words such as "cool and hard" to describe the materials they need.

in the past, the bosses of many state-owned enterprises often complained about visas. Some tried their best to turn into tourists. When the "Hong Kong Tour" was full, they had to go all the way to Singapore, and then use the name of "Hong Kong

transit" to do business. As for low-level enterprises or private enterprises, let alone. Many private entrepreneurs simply get foreign passports for the convenience of entry and exit. Therefore, the introduction of the new open policy will certainly be widely supported. In fact, if you observe carefully, the recent release measures are far more than these. The CIRC announced detailed opening-up measures after China's accession to the WTO, which clearly defined many unclear policy boundaries in the past and made the development outline of the domestic insurance market clear. In the capital market, the gold market was officially launched, and the preparations for various futures transactions were intensive. Under this general trend, the introduction of various new policies and new opening-up measures in the capital market will not surprise analysts in the market. Seeing these policy signals released one after another in a short time, if you haven't felt them and still haven't shocked them according to

, I'm sorry to say: it's too numb

how many more policies will be introduced? This has to start with the Asian financial crisis. The storm that occurred around 1998 had a far-reaching impact on China's economic development. In fact, since 1998, influenced by the international economic environment, China has been cautious in the introduction of new policies. In addition to the subsequent negotiations and twists and turns on China's accession to the world trade organization, China has actually introduced few new policies in the economic field that are relevant to the overall situation and have a shocking nature. In contrast, China's economic development has not stagnated. The rapid economic development and policy regulation have formed an increasingly large gap. These energies are gradually gathered together, and the adjustment momentum will be very rapid. It has been announced that there are more than 2000 provisions that need to be adjusted only in terms of laws and regulations.

if local laws, regulations and even local policies are added, it is estimated that the final total will be as high as thousands of articles. You should know that this long service life is only the reform in terms of regulations and laws, as well as the reform in industrial policy, the reform in the field of macro policy, the reform in the field of monetary policy, the reform in the capital market and financial policy... The introduction of this series of reforms and policies clearly means that an era of policy change is coming! The direction of all these policy changes is also very clear, that is, to be in line with international practices. In the face of all this, we should never be numb.

the innovation team first aimed at the problems of poor conductivity, high cost, high cell voltage and poor corrosion resistance of traditional lead alloy anodes at home and abroad.

people must face up to what is happening in the use of plastic parts with high precision requirements, and keep up with the development and changes of the situation to adapt to all this. It is said that the times create heroes. In the face of the internationalization wave sweeping China, it is believed that there will be more heroes in the future

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