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Tax reform to benefit startup enterprises, consumers: taxation director

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Beijing, China - March 13, 2018 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Wang Jun, minister of State Administration of Taxation, taking media question
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wang Jun, director of China's State Administration of Taxation (ending with shot 3):
"Since the 18th CPC National Congress and under the strong leadership of the CPC Central Committee with Comrade Xi Jinping at its core, the State Council has taken a series of measures to reduce and exempt taxes. The measures have effectively promoted sound and steady economic growth and have won widespread praises."
3. Reporter filming Wang with cellphone
4. Reporters covering Wang's interview
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wang Jun, minister of State Administration of Taxation:
"Tax-related contents were mentioned in 31 places in the government work report. Among them 18 measures are about pushing forward tax cuts and reforms this year. This is the first time that tax-related contents have accounted for such a large part of the government work report. It carries a lot of weight and is of great force."
6. Reporter filming Wang with camera
7. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wang Jun, director of China's State Administration of Taxation (ending with shots 8-9):
"The second feature is wide coverage. The tax reform will benefit nearly a hundred million natural persons and tens of millions of enterprises. Its third feature is clear direction. The focus will be on easing tax burden in the sectors of manufacturing and transport, promoting economic transition and upgrading, easing tax burden of small and micro-sized enterprises and wage-earning class, and encouraging entrepreneurship, stimulating consumption and improving people’s well-being."
8. Various of reporters covering Wang's interview
9. Wang being interviewed
10. Interview in progress

Storyline


The Chinese government's measures to push forward tax cuts in 2018 will benefit startup enterprises, stimulate consumption and improve people's well-being, said the director of the State Administration of Taxation on Tuesday.

Wang Jun, the director, made the remarks in an interview after attending the fourth plenary meeting of the first session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC).

Wang first reviewed the positive results of the tax-cut measures taken by the State Council in the past five years. He said that these measures have effectively promoted sound economic growth.

He then said the tax-related contents in this year's government work report delivered by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang have three unique features.

First and foremost, the government has attached unprecedented importance to tax-cut measures this year, according to Wang.

"Tax-related contents count 31 pieces in the government work report. Among them 18 measures are about pushing forward tax cuts and reforms this year. This is the first time that tax-related contents have accounted for such a large part in the government work report. It carries a lot of weight and is of great force," he said.

The measures will benefit China's economic growth and people's well-being, said Wang as he went on to cite the other two features.

"The second feature is wide coverage. The tax reform will benefit nearly a hundred million natural persons and tens of millions of enterprises. Its third feature is clear direction. The focus will be on easing tax burden in the sectors of manufacturing and transport, promoting economic transition and upgrading, easing tax burden of small and micro-sized enterprises and wage-earning class, and encouraging entrepreneurship, stimulating consumption and improving people’s well-being," said Wang.

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