The "adversity growth" of central enterprises shows the true nature of the mainstay

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  According to a report from the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council on June 1, the economic operation of central enterprises is stable and making progress. From January to April, operating income increased by 12.9% year-on-year, net profit increased by 5.6%, and fixed asset investment increased steadily, achieving a good start.

  From January to April this year, many parts of the country were hit by the new crown epidemic, including the economic center of Shanghai, which began to expand the static management area at the end of March. Since March, the epidemic has also had a major impact on Jilin and other provinces.

The outbreak of the epidemic combined with international unfavorable factors, my country's economy is facing greater downward pressure, but the central enterprises have been able to "buck the trend" and maintain rapid growth, which is impressive.

  Operating income increased by 12.9% year-on-year, which is the "transcript" handed over by the central enterprises collectively.

If placed before the epidemic, such data is not eye-catching, but it is particularly eye-catching in the context of the epidemic.

Moreover, while handing over this "transcript", central enterprises have also played a variety of roles in the fight against the epidemic this year.

From the perspective of economy and anti-epidemic, central SOEs are the mainstay of China's economy.

  Let’s talk about the anti-epidemic of central enterprises.

In the face of the Shanghai epidemic, on April 11 this year, the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council quickly organized China National Nuclear Corporation, General Technology Group, Sinopharm Group, Aerospace Science and Technology Group, Aviation Industry Group, China Construction, China Resources Group, China Power Construction, China Chemical Engineering, China Cheng The medical teams of ten central enterprises supported Shanghai and played an important role in Shanghai's victory over the epidemic.

  In addition to directly participating in the fight against the epidemic, central SOEs have also reduced or exempted rents for small, medium and micro enterprises hit by the epidemic.

In March of this year, the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission issued a document clearly requesting that in 2022, small and micro-service enterprises and individual industrial and commercial households in the service industry and individual industrial and commercial households in the county-level administrative areas that are classified as medium and high-risk areas in the epidemic will be exempted from rent for 6 months of the year.

This move will inevitably affect the operating income of central enterprises, but it is very timely and necessary.

  Central SOEs have paid a lot of money for the overall anti-epidemic situation and sacrificed a certain amount of performance, but the central SOEs themselves still maintain a good momentum of development, which is a huge boost to stabilizing growth, promoting employment, and increasing tax revenue.

When many small and medium-sized enterprises were struggling due to the impact of the epidemic, central enterprises showed resilience in investment and export, and played a "jacking" role under the downward pressure on the economy.

  Many large enterprises, including large Internet companies, have laid off staff and reduced recruiters in early 2022. We see that many central enterprises continue to publish recruitment information as normal, and central enterprises have effectively played a role in stabilizing employment in "adversity", which is evident. .

In addition, since the operating income of central enterprises increased by 12.9% year-on-year, they naturally made a positive contribution to tax growth, which is particularly important under the downward pressure of the economy.

  That is to say, from January to April this year, central SOEs maintained steady growth despite the "adversity" of the economic downturn, once again demonstrating their mainstay role.

Similar situations have occurred many times before. Whether it is a period of economic downturn or special periods such as anti-epidemic, we can see that central SOEs use their strong "physique" and spirit to support China's economy to move forward steadily.

  The achievement of these achievements is inseparable from the central enterprises' insistence on deepening the reform.

In late April, the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission launched a two-month special investigation and supervision. Relevant leaders led teams to go deep into central enterprises, jointly researched and solved practical difficulties and problems faced by production and operation with enterprises, and guided and promoted enterprises to maintain stable growth and prevent risks. At the same time, actively leading and promoting the coordinated development of the upstream and downstream of the industrial chain, and implementing policies such as helping enterprises to bail out, the effect is expected.

  Central enterprises should not only continue to strengthen their bodies, meet more challenges and assume more responsibilities, but also play a strong leading role, that is, lead the upstream and downstream enterprises and small and medium-sized enterprises in the industrial chain to develop together.

This is the fundamental reason and inevitable requirement for central SOEs to continue to deepen reform and strive to become bigger and stronger.

  A few days ago, the State Council issued 33 measures to stabilize the economy. Based on this, the SASAC made ten deployments for central SOEs, aiming to promote central SOEs to play a more active role in the new round of stabilizing growth.

The reappearance of the mainstay of central enterprises deserves the optimistic expectations of the whole society.