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China Taiwan Net Beijing December 25. The Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council held a regular press conference this morning. Zhu Fenglian, spokesman of the State Council Taiwan Office, presided over the press conference.
On November 4, 20 departments, including the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, the National Development and Reform Commission, and the Central Organization Department of the Commercial Affairs Bureau, issued "Several Measures on Further Promoting Cross-Strait Economic and Cultural Exchange and Cooperation" (referred to as "26 measures"). After the "26 measures" was released, they were warmly welcomed and affirmed by the majority of Taiwan compatriots and enterprises. In order to let everyone know the details of the "26 measures" in detail, this press conference specially invited the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to receive a guarantee center Executive Deputy Director Yang Shu, Deputy Director Wang Zhiwei of the Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Office of the Ministry of Education, Li Jinsheng, Deputy Director of the Professional and Technical Personnel Management Department of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, Hong Wei Inspector of the Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Office of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, and the Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Office of the State Sports General Administration Director Wu Jian, I would like to introduce in detail the "Several Measures on Further Promoting Cross-Strait Economic and Cultural Exchanges and Cooperation," which involves 13 measures to provide Taiwan compatriots with equal treatment.
Straits TV reporter: Article 18 of the "26 Measures" stipulates that Taiwan compatriots holding residence permits for Taiwan residents enjoy the same treatment as mainland residents in terms of purchase qualifications, please explain. In addition, we know that Shanghai has recently launched 300 sets of Taiwan's youth public housing in the form of public rental housing. May I ask whether this form will be promoted to the mainland? Thank you.
Zhu Fenglian: In recent years, the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development and other departments have continuously issued relevant policies to solve the housing needs of the majority of Taiwan compatriots. Taiwan compatriots holding residence permits for Taiwan residents who work and study in the mainland can purchase commercial housing for their own living and personal use in accordance with relevant policies and regulations. At the same time, the purchase of houses in some cities in mainland China is subject to restrictions on purchases. Taiwan compatriots buying houses in these cities, like mainland residents, should comply with local policies and regulations.
In addition to buying a house, in fact, Taiwan compatriots can rent public rental housing in the mainland, which is what we mean by public rental housing. Public rental housing is a kind of policy-guaranteed housing, which is mainly used to solve the housing difficulties of people who live, work and live in the local area for a long time. It is a good and practical thing that Shanghai provided 300 sets of public rental housing for young people in Shanghai. It is understood that in terms of application conditions, residents on both sides of the Taiwan Straits are the same, which means that applicants with non-Shanghai household registration need to hold a residence permit and pay social security.
In fact, you can pay attention to the implementation of the "31 measures" issued by 102 places. Many of them are directly related to measures for local renters to apply for public housing, such as Beijing, Guangzhou, Xiamen and other places. It is understood that currently 38 and 16 eligible Taiwan compatriots in Beijing and Xiamen have applied for local public housing, and Guangzhou has provided 1,000 talented apartments for eligible Taiwan compatriots to apply for. Doing good things for Taiwan compatriots, of course, the more the better, we will actively support and encourage. (China Taiwan Net Jia Ruolan)
[Responsible editor: Jia Ruolan]