Harbin launches measures to support manufacturing enterprises' development

Updated : 2022-05-23

By ( e.my399.com )

A press conference on preferential policies targeting manufacturers was held on May 22 by the Harbin industry and information technology bureau.
Liu Jiancheng, deputy director of the Harbin bureau, introduced the policies benefiting local manufacturing enterprises launched since the end of last year.
These measures involve areas such as human resource guarantees and tax reductions and exemptions.
Some of the policies are meant to help enterprises increase production and income.
Manufacturing enterprises above designated size whose output value increased by more than 10 million yuan ($1.51 million) over the same period of 2020 since last September will receive a one-time award of 100,000 yuan.
And for every 10 million yuan in output value increases, an additional award of 100,000 yuan will be given. The maximum reward for a single enterprise will not exceed 1 million yuan.
Policy implementation is currently being organized.
Moreover, Harbin has formulated and issued the "Notice on Granting Rent Reduction and Exemption Subsidies to Small and Micro-Sized Enterprise Entrepreneurship and Innovation Centers in 2022", which mainly aims to alleviate operating difficulties faced by small and micro-sized enterprise entrepreneurship and innovation bases, and provide rent subsidies for start-up centers that implement rent reductions and exemptions for resident enterprises.
Moreover, manufacturing enterprises above designated size whose output values increase by more than 10 percent in the second quarter of this year will be awarded an amount equal to 1 percent of the increase in output value.
Additionally, manufacturing technological transformation projects that put investment in software, testing, intelligent integration, research and development and platform construction, and whose annual investment in fixed assets is not less than 10 million yuan will be given a subsidy of up to 25 million yuan or equal to 6 percent of their actual annual investment in fixed assets.