In this photo dated Jul 21, 2020, a staff member receives a credit repair application filed by an enterprise representative at a tax bureau service center in Taijiang District, Fuzhou, southeast China's Fujian province. (PHOTO / XINHUA)
BEIJING - China will extend several preferential tax and fee policies to continue easing the burden on enterprises and support the development of businesses, the Ministry of Finance said Wednesday.
China will continue to exempt registration fees for certain epidemic-prevention drugs and medical devices between Jan 1, 2024, and Dec 31, 2027, the ministry said.
Supportive policies for funds used to transfer personnel at local reservoirs will be extended during the same period, the ministry added.
Preferential policies for heating suppliers will continue until the end of the heating season in 2017, and favorable policies for publication companies until Dec 31, 2027, according to the ministry.
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