People's Daily: The common development of state-owned enterprises and private enterprises, two unwavering will not change
We must shift from the traditional concept of solidification to the concept of a new modern industrial chain to understand the state-owned and private economy.
"Supporting the development of private enterprises is the consistent policy of the Party Central Committee. This will not be shaken at all." Recently, General Secretary Xi Jinping wrote a letter to the private entrepreneurs who were commended in the "Wanqi Help Wancun" operation, and encouraged the private entrepreneurs to be firm. Develop confidence and do a good job in running a good business. The words and sounds of the general secretary are not only a reaffirmation of the "two unwavering", but also a great encouragement to the vast number of private entrepreneurs.
In the past 40 years of reform and opening up, the private economy has grown from small to large, from weak to strong, making an indelible contribution to China becoming the world's second largest economy. People often use "five six seven seven nine" to describe the important role of the private economy: contributing more than 50% of tax revenue, more than 60% of GDP, more than 70% of technological innovation, more than 80% of urban labor employment, more than 90% of new Increase employment and number of businesses. It can be said that without the development of private enterprises, there will be no stable development of the entire economy; if there is no high-quality private enterprise system, there will be no modern industrial system, and supporting the development of private enterprises is to support the development of the entire national economy. As General Secretary Xi Jinping said, "The historical contribution of the private economy is indelible. The role of the private economy is unquestionable. Any speech or practice that denies or weakens the private economy is wrong."
The state supports the development of the private economy, which is clear and consistent, and it is constantly deepening. Regarding the status and role of the non-public economy, General Secretary Xi Jinping clearly put forward the judgment of "three no change": "The status and role of the non-public economy in China's economic and social development has not changed. We do not waver to encourage, support and guide. The principles and policies for the development of the non-public economy have not changed. Our policy of creating a good environment and providing more opportunities for the development of the non-public economy has not changed." At the same time, insisting on the public ownership as the main body and the development of multiple ownership economies is written. The basic economic system of the Constitution cannot be changed and will not change. No matter how the scene of the times changes, the Party Central Committee’s determination to adhere to the "two unwavering" will not change, and the majority of private entrepreneurs should also have this determination and confidence.
China's economic development "is in the critical juncture of the transfer mode adjustment structure, which is not only the hard-hitting period of climbing the slope, but also the window period of great achievements." State-owned enterprises and private enterprises are faced with the development and transformation of "combat-growth". The task is extremely difficult, but the opportunity is also embedded in it. The Central Committee repeatedly stressed the need to uphold and improve China's socialist basic economic system, unswervingly consolidate and develop the public sector of the economy, and unswervingly encourage, support, and guide the development of the non-public sector of the economy. State-owned enterprises and private enterprises can fully develop their own strengths. State-owned enterprises do not build their foundations for development. Private enterprises must be incapable of innovation. State-owned enterprises must build global competitiveness, and they cannot do without the participation of private enterprises and develop a mixed-ownership economy.
China's economy has developed to this day, and state-owned enterprises and private enterprises have formed a complete industrial chain. State-owned enterprises are mostly in the upper reaches of the industrial chain, playing a role in the fields of basic industries and heavy manufacturing. Private enterprises are increasingly providing manufacturing products, especially final consumer goods. The two are highly complementary, cooperative and mutually supportive. In the future, China's economy will move toward high quality development. We must shift from the traditional concept of solidification to the concept of a new modern industrial chain to understand the state-owned and private economy.
Today, in the face of the challenges of economic transformation and upgrading, facing the requirements of high-quality development, and promoting the complementarity of state-owned enterprises and private enterprises, learning from each other's strengths and making progress together, we can seize the opportunities of the times, jointly develop cakes, and promote the Chinese economy. Steady and far-reaching.