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Ministry of Commerce: Continue to pay close attention to the stabilization of foreign trade policies
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Ministry of Commerce spokesperson Shu Jueting said on the 31st that in response to the difficulties and challenges brought by this round of epidemic to foreign trade enterprises, the Ministry of Commerce will work with relevant departments and localities to continue to pay close attention to stabilizing the implementation of foreign trade policies and ensure effective implementation of foreign trade industry chains and supply chains. Stable and smooth. Shu Jueting said at a regular online press conference held on the same day that the Ministry of Commerce is paying close attention to the impact of this round of epidemic on foreign trade enterprises, especially small, medium and micro foreign trade enterprises. Judging from the current situation, some foreign trade enterprises are affected by the epidemic and are facing staged problems such as blocked production and operation and poor logistics and transportation. At the same time, problems such as rising raw material costs, poor cross-border shipping, and supply chain bottlenecks have not been fundamentally alleviated, and foreign trade enterprises, especially small and medium-sized enterprises, are still facing greater operational pressure. Stabilizing foreign trade is an important support for stabilizing growth. This year's government work report put forward the expected goal of stabilizing and improving the quality of imports and exports, and proposed a series of deployment measures. Shu Jueting said that she will implement measures to reduce taxes and fees, continue to optimize the business environment, and strive to ease bottlenecks in logistics and transportation. At the same time, guide local governments to introduce targeted support measures based on local conditions to jointly help foreign trade enterprises better cope with risks and challenges.