Photo shows that the employees of private enterprise in Mozhugongka County are producting traditional costumes in the workshop, Lhasa, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. [Photo/China Tibet News]
In recent years, the regional party committee and government have been encouraging and supporting the development of non-public economy, as well as using intensify reform as a driving force to promote the development of non-public economy.
At the same time, they also deepen the reform of the registration system, including "five certifications in one" of enterprises and "two certifications integration" of individually-owned businesses.
Through intensify reform, it has effectively stimulated the vitality of the market, making the non-public economy in Tibet developing rapidly.
At present, the entities of the non-public economy have reached 183,000, and the number of employees has reached up to 1.9 million.