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Expectations of the two sessions: in 2008, textile enterprises are facing a "big escape"

. However, the ecological environment on which Chinese enterprises depend for survival is also undergoing profound changes imperceptibly. With the industrial transformation and ecological change, Chinese enterprises are experiencing an important node

this is the only way for China's economic development. As the main body of industrial upgrading, Chinese enterprises have no choice but to embark on the road, and make arduous progress under the dual pressure of the government will and the actual environment. In 2008, a special year with both the Olympic Games and the change of government, the fate of Chinese enterprises seems to be at a crossroads again

On the first day of the Gregorian new year in 2008, Chinese enterprises received a big red envelope: the implementation of the new enterprise income tax law and the implementation regulations not only means that the tax burden of domestic enterprises is reduced, but more importantly, all Chinese enterprises have stood on the same starting line since then, and the market environment is more fair and loose

however, for some enterprises, the tax revenue is not always good news. The 2008 tariff adjustment plan implemented on the same day shows that the import tariffs of various products have been significantly reduced, while the export tariffs of high energy consuming products such as steel and coke have been significantly increased, indicating that the decision-making level encourages imports The determination to control "high energy consuming" industries.

in fact, as early as the beginning of July 2007, relevant departments began to adjust the export tax rebate rate for more than 2000 commodities, and cancelled more than 500 "high energy consuming, high pollution and resource-based" Export tax rebate of products. In addition to the practical consideration of easing the trade surplus, the introduction of this policy also reflects the signal that the government has forced enterprises to upgrade from the source. In the second half of 2007, the worldwide crisis of made in China undoubtedly strengthened the government's determination to accelerate industrial upgrading

with the continuous appreciation of RMB and the continuous weakening of external demand, the adjustment of export tax rebate tax rate makes some export-oriented small and medium-sized enterprises with price as the main means of competition face the test of survival, and a "big escape" for the survival of the fittest is unfolding

some enterprises in the Pearl River Delta and southern Jiangsu that have long relied on export tax rebates to ensure meagre profits are disappearing in large numbers because they have lost the foundation of survival, and some even the entire industrial cluster is disappearing. This may be the price that China must pay for industrial upgrading, but it is still worth considering how much room the policy environment should leave for enterprise adjustment and what role the government should play in the spontaneous industrial upgrading

luozhongwei, director of the enterprise system Office of the Institute of industrial economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, believes that China's industrial situation is complex, and the policy design cannot be comprehensive, nor can it leave special exports. We can only adopt a one size fits all approach, otherwise the policy will be invalid, but in the end, the policy cost will be uncontrollable, which is where the policy confusion lies. A large number of enterprise closures are obviously a waste of resources, but China's industrial upgrading is imperative, and can only be promoted by the government with the strongest resource mobilization

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