Assets of local state-owned enterprises under supervision in Hubei province exceeded 4 trillion yuan
Next year, we will strive to cultivate 10 enterprise groups with assets over 100 billion yuan
On March 10, the Information Office of the Hubei Provincial Government held a press conference to introduce the three-year action plan for the reform of state-owned enterprises in Hubei Province (2020-2022).
At the end of last year, the total assets of state-owned assets supervised enterprises in the province exceeded 4 trillion yuan, and we will strive to reach 5 trillion yuan next year, and cultivate more than 5 large enterprise groups with annual sales income of over 50 billion yuan and 10 large enterprise groups with assets of over 100 billion yuan.
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