Law on promoting SMEs proved effective in China: report

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The newly-revised Law on Promoting Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) has been implemented across China over the past year, yielding positive effects, according to a report released by the top legislature Wednesday.

The report, based on a law enforcement inspection conducted by the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee from February to May, was submitted to the ongoing bimonthly session of the NPC Standing Committee for deliberation.

Central and local authorities have stepped up financial support by issuing a raft of tax cut and fee reduction policies, the report read, noting that 77 percent of SMEs had benefited.

The fund-raising difficulties for enterprises have been alleviated, the report said.

As of the end of March, the banking sector's outstanding loans to small and micro-sized enterprises stood at 34.77 trillion yuan (5.06 trillion U.S. dollars), up 9.55 percent year on year, the report said.

The report said that departments in various regions have improved market access and worked hard to create a market-oriented and convenient business environment that is based on the rule of law.

Channels for SMEs to safeguard their rights and interests have been established and protection for property rights has been strengthened, it said.

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