BEIJING — The State Council is accepting information and suggestions as part of a nationwide inspection on reform.
The public can report issues with government services or offer suggestions through gov.cn before July 31.
The portal identified six major issues and pledged to “strictly protect” web users’ privacy.
The State Council launched a nationwide inspection in late May, which covers supply-side structural reform, economic expansion demands, development of new growth engines, living standards and prevention of financial risks.
The central government will review the cutting of overcapacity, property market destocking, tax reduction for enterprises, the development of service consumption and major engineering projects.
Meanwhile, the State Council will inspect the promotion of mass entrepreneurship and innovation, poverty alleviation progress and efforts in containing risks in fields such as bad loans and Internet finance.
This is the fourth nationwide inspection since 2014.