Gangzha publicizes 'six priorities' policy
Gangzha Economic Development Zone in Nantong, East China's Jiangsu province, provided thorough information on its "six priorities" policy among local enterprises in early July.
"Six priorities" refers to policies that "ensure security in jobs, basic living needs, operations of market entities, and in food and energy, stable industrial and supply chains, and the normal functioning of primary-level governments".
The Gangzha zone also allocated specialists to visit industries above designated size, service industries and enterprises in the zone to explain preferential policies, further helping enterprises regain confidence and maintain economic growth.
By July 2, the zone had completed these policy publicity activities for 103 large industrial enterprises, 60 large service enterprises and at 11 enterprises buildings through door-to-door lectures, so that the policies can be fully implemented.
The economic development zone will make every effort to solve the problems faced by enterprises and ensure the steady and healthy development of the economy in Nantong.