Special Symposium on Mixed Ownership Reform of Municipal State-owned Enterprises Held
On the afternoon of November 22, the municipal-owned state-owned enterprise mixed ownership reform seminar was held at the Zhongguancun National Independent Innovation Demonstration Zone Exhibition Center. The seminar was co-sponsored by Beijing State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission and Tsinghua University, and hosted by Beijing Shuimu Modern State-owned Enterprise Research Institute and Tsinghua University China Modern State-owned Enterprise Research Institute. The theme was "Converging Reforms, Combining Forces, Promoting Integrated Development," and discussing the mixed ownership of state-owned enterprises. Thinking and practice of reform and development to promote sustainable development of mixed ownership economy. Xiang Botao, deputy secretary of the Party Committee of Tsinghua University, attended the meeting and delivered a speech. Meng Tao, a member and deputy director of the municipal SASAC, chaired the meeting.
At the meeting, Zhang Guilin, Secretary of the Party Committee and Director of the Municipal SASAC, interpreted the policy around the “Guidelines for the Operation of the Mixed Ownership Reform of Municipal State-owned Enterprises”, thoroughly analyzed the policy background of the document, comprehensively explained the mixed reform operation process, and carried out the development of enterprises based on Beijing characteristics. The mixed reform work put forward specific requirements.
On the scene, eight invited guests including Zhi Zhiyu, Song Zhiping, and Bai Chongen from the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, universities, research institutes, and state-owned enterprises gave keynote speeches respectively, with cutting-edge theoretical research, informative cases, and specific exploration experience. In the next stage, the reform of mixed ownership of municipal state-owned enterprises expanded the thinking and achieved the expected purpose of the seminar.
Relevant leaders of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, experts, scholars, and entrepreneurs from research institutions, intermediary agencies, leaders and heads of the municipal SASAC, main leaders, supervisors, heads of relevant departments, and heads of the district-owned SASAC participated seminar. (City SASAC Research Office)