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Liu Jieyi, director of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the CPC Central Committee and the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, attended and spoke at the 2019 National Taiwan Association Leaders Forum. (Photo by Taiwanese Network Yin Senan)
China Taiwan Net, Beijing, December 23 (Reporter Yin Sainan, Wu Xiaolong) The 2019 National Taiwan Association Forum was held in Beijing on the 23rd. Liu Jieyi, director of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the CPC Central Committee and the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office, attended and spoke.
Liu Jieyi fully affirmed the contributions made by Taiwan-funded enterprises associations in various places in the past year to promote cross-strait economic exchanges and cooperation, deepen cross-strait integration and development, and promote cross-strait relations in the right direction. He said that in 2019, we will thoroughly implement the important speech delivered by General Secretary Jinping in the 40th anniversary commemoration of the "Report to Compatriots in Taiwan" and the spirit of the Fourth Plenary Session of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. The "31 measures" and "26 measures" and other measures that benefit Taiwan and benefit the people have been put in place, focusing on doing practical things and doing good services for Taiwan businessmen and Taiwan enterprises. Next year will be the year when the mainland will build a well-off society in an all-round way and the "Thirteenth Five-Year Plan" ends. We will continue to carry out various tasks steadily, as always, to help Taiwan compatriots and Taiwanese enterprises develop better and achieve greater gains.
Liu Jieyi emphasized that if cross-strait relations are good, Taiwan compatriots will be good, and Taiwan will have a future. It is hoped that the Taiwan Association and Taiwan businessmen everywhere will unswervingly adhere to the one-China principle, have a clear-cut opposition to "Taiwan independence," and contribute to the peaceful development of cross-strait relations and the peaceful reunification of the motherland.
Relevant persons in charge of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, the National Development and Reform Commission, and other ministries and commissions interpreted the "26 measures" at the meeting, and introduced policy measures such as optimizing the business environment, reducing taxes and fees, and reforming the "decentralization of services". Approximately 300 people from the chief executives of nearly 150 Taiwan associations on the mainland, the principals of the National Taiwan Enterprise Federation, and the heads of the Taiwan Affairs Offices from around the country participated. (Finish)
The symposium scene. (Photo by Taiwanese Network Yin Senan)
[Responsible editor: Yin Sainan]