2018 Work Report on the Government Information Disclosure of Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce
This report is compiled by the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce, in accordance with the requirements of the Regulation on Government Information Disclosure of the People's Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as the "Regulations") and the Shanghai Municipal Provisions of Government Information Disclosure (hereinafter referred to as the "Provisions"). The report includes an overview, information initiatively disclosed to the public, information disclosed to the public after applications, administrative reconsiderations of government information disclosures, issues about administrative lawsuits and complaints and reports, situations about government affairs' consultations and handlings, main existing problems and improvement measures and attached statistical tables.
The electronic version of the report can be downloaded from the website of the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce (www.scofcom.gov.cn). The statistical period of the data listed in this report is from Jan 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018. If you have any questions about this report, please contact the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce, tel: 23110528.
In 2018, in accordance with the coordinated planning of the Shanghai Municipal Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and Shanghai Government, and relevant requirements of the Regulations, the Provisions, Notice of Shanghai Municipal People's Government on Printing and Distributing the Key Works for the Government Information Disclosure in Shanghai (Decree No. 16 Promulgated by the general office of Shanghai Municipal People’s Government in 2018) and 2018 Key Works for Shanghai Government Information Disclosure, the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce (hereinafter referred to as Commission) has actively promoted the transparency of government affairs, continuously improved the capacity of law-based government administration and levels of government services. The Commission has achieved certain results in protecting the public's right to know and meeting the public's information needs and has been recognized by enterprises and the public. It has played a positive role in further improving the working methods of government departments and optimizing the business environment in Shanghai.
1. We improved the construction of relevant systems and mechanisms. To promote the transparency of government affairs, the Commission has established a leading group with the main leaders of the Commission as group leaders, relevant leaders as deputy leaders and the principal responsible persons of relevant departments as group members, to study and research the work of government information disclosures on regular meetings. The staff members for the work of government information disclosures have allocated an office in the Commission to ensure the smooth development of relevant work.
2. We provided in-depth policy interpretation services. Through online portals such as WeChat and Weibo, the Commission uses charts and texts to publish timely interpretations of various economic and trade policies, helping enterprises and the general public to correctly understand various policies. The policy interpretation is rich in content, covering foreign investment, foreign trade, and foreign economics. The main business tasks include the service industry, commerce and trade and market construction. The policy interpretation covers major business areas such as foreign investment, foreign trade, foreign economics, the service industry, commerce and trade and market construction.
3. We compiled statistical data covering a larger range known by the general public. The Commission has expanded the range of relevant data on the key areas of business, focusing on the transparency of structured data such as "supply and demand information of technology imports and exports" and "imports and exports of goods and trade". It has actively responded to the hot-button issues of people's livelihoods and released data on "accrediting and assessment institutions for used cars", "traces and inquiries for the circulation of edible agricultural products", and "the basic situation of the standardized market" among other things; has opened up new fields such as the "Internet +", and disclosed data such as "trade-based headquarters information" and "supply and demand information of technology imports and exports". By the end of 2018, the Commission had made known a total of 139 kinds of government data to the public.