Recently, Nansha District of Guangzhou City released the "New Ten Measures" to support the entrepreneurship and employment of Hong Kong and Macao youths in Guangzhou Nansha New Area (Free Trade Zone), giving strong momentum to the entrepreneurship and employment of Hong Kong and Macao youths in Nansha.
The General Plan for Deepening the Comprehensive Cooperation of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao in Nansha, Guangzhou, issued by the State Council, clearly sets “creating a platform for youth entrepreneurship and employment cooperation” as one of the five tasks, and proposes the goal of building Nansha into a new home for Hong Kong and Macao youth to live and work in peace and contentment by 2025.
As an exclusive policy newly created by Nansha for Hong Kong and Macao youths, the "New Ten Articles" is a "booster" to promote Hong Kong and Macao youths to start business and employment in Nansha.
The "New Ten Articles" have received enthusiastic responses from young people in Hong Kong and Macao.
Liang Baoyue, a 2017 Hong Kong and Macau alumnus of the School of Journalism and Communication of Jinan University and Managing Director of Guangzhou Gravity Technology Co., Ltd., said that the "New Ten Rules" will stimulate the enthusiasm of Hong Kong and Macau youth to come to Nansha for entrepreneurship, employment, and internship exchanges. , the living needs have been fully considered and cared, and the rich employment subsidies and entrepreneurial incentive and subsidy policies will also attract more Hong Kong and Macao youth and youth entrepreneurship teams to understand Nansha and take root in Nansha.
The "new" font of "New Ten Articles" has three aspects: First, the policy support adds "new" strength.
The incentives and subsidies are leading in the country. A single Hong Kong and Macao youth working in Nansha can receive up to 515,000 yuan in three-year incentives, and a single Hong Kong and Macao youth start-up enterprise founded in Nansha can enjoy up to 4.5 million in three-year incentives.
The second is to add a "new" clause unique to Nansha.
The country's first four unique clauses, "salary subsidy", "subsidy for occupational qualifications, technical titles and practicing qualification certificates", "employment promotion incentives" and "one-card travel to Nansha", have outstanding policy advantages.
The third is to build a "new" chain of supporting facilities.
Construct a comprehensive employment guarantee award and subsidy policy in terms of employment, workplace ability improvement, housing, living and medical treatment, etc., and take multiple measures to dispel the employment concerns of Hong Kong and Macao youth in Nansha; The operation of youth entrepreneurship bases and other aspects have created a new entrepreneurial support chain to provide full-life-cycle entrepreneurial support for Hong Kong and Macao youth entrepreneurship projects.
Nansha will open up a green channel for Hong Kong and Macao youth start-ups to settle down, provide all-round support such as registration, venue leasing, talent recruitment, legal aid, and a maximum of 3.7 million yuan in innovation and entrepreneurship awards.
At the same time, in order to solve the housing concerns of Hong Kong and Macao youths, Nansha provides Hong Kong and Macao youth apartments or grants an accommodation subsidy of up to 20,000 yuan per person per year to eligible Hong Kong and Macao youths.
Support eligible young people from Hong Kong and Macao to purchase co-ownership housing.
Issue "Hong Kong and Macau Youth Talent Cards" to young people in Hong Kong and Macau. Eligible cardholders can enjoy a full range of green channel services in Nansha, including residence, housing, children's schooling, medical treatment, industry and commerce, and taxation, realizing "one-card travel to Nansha".
Hong Kong and Macao youths who start businesses and work in Nansha will be given a living allowance of up to 20,000 yuan per person and a medical insurance subsidy of up to 5,000 yuan per person per year.
Relying on the Hong Kong and Macao youth innovation bases in the region, we will build a Hong Kong and Macao youth service station.
Establish a chief service officer system to provide Hong Kong and Macao youths who come to Nansha for study, internship, and employment to provide full-process, one-to-one directional butler-style services, and provide adaptive assistance to Hong Kong and Macao youths in a timely manner.
In order to create a good employment environment for young people in Hong Kong and Macao, Nansha has continuously introduced innovative measures.
On July 27, Nansha issued professional title certificates to the first batch of 16 Hong Kong and Macao engineering talents who have obtained professional titles, successfully breaking through the technical barriers for Hong Kong and Macao talents to apply for professional titles. In the future, when they undertake and carry out construction projects in the Mainland, they will enjoy the same the same qualifications and treatment.
Yu Chengfeng, a 2020 Hong Kong and Macau alumnus and teacher of Jinan University, believes that the initiative to provide no less than 1,000 regional internship positions every year meets the actual needs of many students in the school, and will effectively help them improve their practical experience and adapt to future career development.
In addition, domestic and foreign enterprises, social organizations, and institutions that host or undertake large-scale exchange activities for youth from Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao in Nansha, Hong Kong and Macao areas will be given an annual activity subsidy of up to 500,000 yuan in accordance with the policy.
It is reported that domestic and foreign enterprises, social organizations, and institutions that introduce Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao youth activities for Nansha or organize Hong Kong and Macao youth to come to Nansha for research, study, exchange and inspection can enjoy an annual reward of up to 300,000 yuan.
Huo Qishan, member of the Standing Committee of the Guangdong Provincial Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and vice president of the Fok Ying Tung Group, said that income is very important to Hong Kong youth.
"The higher the income, the more willing to go to the mainland cities in the Greater Bay Area for development. At least 20,000 to 30,000 Hong Kong dollars per month, this is their starting point, and it is also what we have to consider. I am very happy that Nansha's 'New Ten Articles' The release dispelled the concerns of many Hong Kong youths." (Economic Daily reporter Zhang Jianjun)Keywords: