Guangdong Promotes ‘One Integrated Licence’ for Enterprise-Related Services
30 June 2021
On 7 June, the provincial government of Guangdong issued a notice on implementing a “one integrated licence” pilot reform of enterprise-related examination and approval services (Yue Fu Ban No. 14 ).
The reform started in locations such as Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Dongguan and Zhongshan before the end of May and the government aims to complete its first batch of 14 reform items in the pilot cities before the end of December 2021, then complete the second batch of 16 reform items before the end of June 2022.
The pilot project involves “one-stop application” according to needs, “one-key processing” for joint examination and approvals and reform of the business entity registration and confirmation system. It also includes promotion of a “one-stop e-government service platform” for enterprise-related items and “one integrated licence” for Hong Kong- and Macao-backed entities.
Source: Guangdong Provincial People’s Government
- Mainland China