(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) Inner Mongolia launches new measures to help the cultural and tourism industry resume development

  Chinanews.com, Hohhot, August 1st (Reporter Li Aiping) Reduce enterprise operating costs and increase corporate credit support... On the 31st, the reporter learned from the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Government Office that the official "About Supporting the Cultural Tourism Industry to Overcome the Epidemic" Several Measures Affecting Accelerated Recovery and Development", trying to accelerate the recovery and development of the cultural and tourism industry.

  In terms of reducing the operating costs of enterprises, the primary issue is to reduce rent and reduce the cost of electricity for enterprises.

  The official stated that in 2020, all leagues and cities in Inner Mongolia will be encouraged to reduce or exempt the rent for the second half of the year for the operating properties of state-owned enterprises, government agencies and institutions leased by cultural tourism enterprises. The electricity price from February 1, 2020 to the end of the year will be settled at 95% of the household electricity price.

  In terms of corporate tax reduction and exemption, the official stated that from January 1, 2020 until the month when the new crown pneumonia epidemic in Inner Mongolia is lifted, small and medium-sized enterprises in the tourism industry (including travel agencies and related services, and tourist attraction management) will be exempt from real estate tax. And urban land use tax.

  For eligible tourism enterprises that do not lay off or reduce their employees to participate in insurance premiums, 50% of the total unemployment insurance premiums actually paid by the enterprise and its employees in the previous year will be given a stable job return, and the return rate for small, medium and micro enterprises will be increased to 100%.

  The reporter learned that the official will also apply for postponement of social insurance premiums in accordance with relevant regulations for cultural and tourism enterprises that have suffered serious difficulties in production and operation affected by the epidemic. Late payment fees will be exempted during the postponement period.

  In addition, the travel agency liability insurance insured by the cultural tourism industry that is heavily affected by the epidemic and is required by the local epidemic prevention and control headquarters to suspend production and production. The official encourages insurance companies to report to the enterprise according to the actual suspension of production and resumption of production as determined by relevant local government departments Provide appropriate premium reduction.

  In terms of increasing credit support for enterprises, the official stated that financial institutions shall not blindly draw, suspend or suppress loans for cultural and tourism enterprises that have been severely affected by the epidemic and whose operations are temporarily distressed. For cultural and tourism enterprises that have real difficulties in repayment, financial institutions can extend or renew their loans.

  It is worth mentioning that the official requirement is that for the principal and interest payable of inclusive small and micro loans due from June 1 to December 31, 2020, banking financial institutions should apply for deferred principal repayment and interest payment according to the enterprise , Considering the impact of the epidemic situation and operating conditions of enterprises, a certain period of deferred principal repayment and interest payment arrangements are given to enterprises. The principal repayment and interest payment date can be extended to March 31, 2021 at the longest, and penalty interest can be exempted. (Finish)