Inner Mongolia launches measures to support work, production resumption
North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region recently issued seven measures to support individual industrial and commercial households to overcome the impact of the epidemic and resume work and production as soon as possible.
According to the region's market regulation bureau, Inner Mongolia will fully implement online processing of market access and credit restoration for individual industrial and commercial households.
Individual industrial and commercial households whose licenses have expired or will be expiring soon will have 60 days after the region is reduced to a low-risk COVID-19 area to complete relevant paperwork and procedures to renew their licenses at the market regulation department.
The bureau has also stated that individual industrial and commercial households will be forgiven for first-time offenses without penalty, so long as the offense is minor.
Individual industrial and commercial households in Inner Mongolia will enjoy reduced fees of up to 50 percent of the current standard for measuring instrument verification and calibration operations, product quality inspection and testing, and special equipment inspection.
What's more, Inner Mongolia will severely investigate and punish behaviors such as failure to implement various preferential policies for enterprises, failure to lower fee standards in accordance with regulations, and the unauthorized establishment of free items.