The weekly State Council executive meetings provide a clue to the government work priorities and policy orientations.
Premier Li Keqiang on July 31 laid a roadmap for creating integrated and unified public resource trading platforms.
Premier Li urged faster growth of the financing guarantee sector to ease financing difficulties for small and micro businesses.
Premier Li said coordination between social security and commercial insurance is a major innovation in medical reform.
Premier Li Keqiang said the “two-way random inspection” mechanism is an innovation for the supervision system that must be promoted.
Premier Li decided to increase national student loan amounts in order to build a fair environment for the education of underprivileged students.
Premier Li praised the role of the State Council’s supervision in promoting the implementation of major decisions.
Premier Li Keqiang emphasized the importance of using the big data technology to push the reform of the administrative approval procedure on June 17.
The Premier believes renovating shantytowns is an important part in benefiting people’s lives and maintaining social stability.
China should make equipment manufacturing the “main arena” for the country’s technological innovation, the Premier said.
Premier Li Keqiang said on June 10 that authorities at various levels should do their utmost to help migrant workers who wish to start a business in their hometown.
The state funds that have been allocated but projects have not started will be recalled for other key projects, Premier Li said.
China will set up a national financing guarantee fund in the latest effort to boost financial support to the real economy.
The State Council executive meetings in July show that Premier Li is seriously tackling issues of public concern.
Medical insurance will cover expenses for critical illnesses nationwide, a State Council executive meeting said.
China will cancel requirements on accreditation of professional qualifications and licenses, and take steps to boost trade.
A State Council executive meeting decided to use unused budget funds to improve people’s lives and help students.
A pilot project to publish data on government services will be launched, and innovation platforms encouraged to open up.
China said on June 17 that it will increase investment to tackle the downward pressure on the country’s economy.
The State Council said government funds should be better managed, and rolled out policies on consumer spending.
The Premier was briefed on a report on the rescue mission for Eastern Star, the ship that capsized on the Yangtze River.
The State Council executive meeting promoted public-private partnerships in key sectors as a key reform measure.
China decided to further streamline the administrative process and push ahead with the “going global” strategy.
The State Council decided to improve policies regarding import and export of consumer goods and issues like pollution control.
The State Council on April 21 issued a raft of measures to stimulate employment, including more tax reductions.
A statement released after the executive meeting said reform should be deepened to achieve this year’s key economic goals.
The State Council will adopt measures to ease the burden on companies and support the development of the economy.