Data exchanges to help integrate licenses
The State Council has said it will evaluate provincial governments annually based on their fire prevention work, and has urged local authorities to set their own evaluation standards.
China will continue to integrate its business license system by improving information exchanges between government departments, according to a memorandum on cooperation signed by the State Administration for Industry and Commerce, the Ministry of Commerce, and the General Administration of Customs.
The document requires related departments to set up an information-sharing mechanism, control data collection, and promote the extensive application of an “all-in-one business license and unified code”, which the State Council has been promoting since 2013. Commission, along with 10 other government departments, are to jointly inspect how local authorities have performed in boosting consumption. They will evaluate the work of commerce departments in pushing circulation system reform, establishing uniform markets, enhancing the effective supply of commodities, improving life service quality, and optimizing the environment for consumption. lic services and permanent urban residence status, according to the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security. The ministry has sent six teams to work with authorities in Chongqing and the provinces of Anhui, Fujian, Gansu, Guangdong and Liaoning.