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The national logistics planning will be issued.

experts from the State Planning Commission recently said that in view of the progress of China's logistics development in 2002 and the effects and existing problems of the implementation of existing policies, in order to speed up the development, there may be some new trends and changes at the policy level of the central and local governments:

first, following the introduction of local planning, this experiment can be used to quickly standardize the quality control inspection and guide the national logistics development, The national logistics planning or development outline will be issued as soon as possible; Second, in view of the increasing openness of relevant markets in the logistics field after China's entry into WTO, further opening-up policies in the fields of highway, water transport, railway, postal service, information, international transport agency, etc. will be gradually introduced; III. the moving distance of the worktable is not less than 1500mm, which is to promote the development of new industrialization, circulation and service industries, and the central and local policies to accelerate the application of logistics technology in related fields will be issued in succession; Fourth, on the basis of summarizing the effect of existing policies to promote the development of modern logistics, all localities should have superior grounding installation. Therefore, they will make appropriate adjustments to the policies on market access, enterprise support, finance and taxation, facility land, etc; Fifth, in order to create a good environment for the development of modern logistics and promote the development of networking and large-scale logistics services, some policies with obvious problems such as local protection, regional segmentation and industrial monopoly will be greatly adjusted; Sixth, in order to transform the traditional mode of transportation in the field of comprehensive transportation to modern logistics, relevant policies will be issued to realize intensive, large-scale and information-based development, and accelerate the technological upgrading of traditional industries

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