FUZHOU — Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has urged efforts to well implement policies to stabilize the development of market entities and employment, and advance opening-up.
Li, also a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, made the remarks during an inspection tour in East China’s Fujian province from Thursday to Friday.
He heard a report on stabilizing employment by the provincial government and visited an innovation park named Bosssoft. Praising the parks’ achievements in incubating high-tech enterprises and creating many job opportunities, Li urged the local government to provide funds to help incubators reduce costs, such as rent.
Talking with entrepreneurs and fresh college graduates working at the park, he said the country should encourage mass entrepreneurship and innovation by inspiring more people, especially the youth, to start businesses and make innovations.
While inspecting Lioho Machinery, a Taiwan-funded enterprise, he encouraged the company to gain larger market share through innovations and quality management.