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Premier Li Keqiang urged government departments to speed up the implementation
of tax reductions to invigorate the country’s economy, amid rising uncertainties about growth on Friday.
Li was speaking with entrepreneurs from the manufacturi
ng, construction and service sectors at the Zhongnanhai leadership compound in Beijing.
The businesspeople said they have received benefits from the tax reduction measu
res in the past months, after the measures were introduced by Li in the Government Work Report in March. They
also offered advice on how to further ease the tax burden on businesses.
After hearing their opinions, Li called tax reduction a great decision made by the Communist Party of China Central Comm
ittee and the State Council. It has boosted market confidence in outstanding ways and promoted the stable
growth of the economy, he said, adding that the positive factors for economic growth are increasing.
Editor’s note: The “996” schedule (working from 9 am to 9 pm, six
days a week) has sparked a heated public debate, because many workers don’t get any ove
rtime pay and, worse, could end up in the “”. The “996” phenomenon is rampant in the high-tech and internet compani
es. Some internet company chiefs have added fuel to the debate by saying they want their workers to “work hard”. T
hree experts share their views on the issue with China Daily’s Yao Yuxin. Excerpts follow:
Labor Law should never be violated
Given the fierce competition in the high-tech sector industries, start-
ups have to take drastic measures to survive, let alone thrive. To develop new products, and pr
oduce and market them, companies need a great deal of resources and ski
lled manpower. Perhaps this is the reason they make their employees work overtime.
But forcing the “996” schedule on the workers is illegal. To p
rotect the rights of workers, the Labor Law stipulates that employers
should not force their workers to work more than eight hours a day, or more than 44 hours a week. If emplo