Shi Lei, member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference: At present, there is still a gap between the downstream enterprises and the resumption of production

Shi Lei, member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference: At present, there is still a gap between the downstream enterprises and the resumption of production
On May 21st, Sauna.com held a series of national “Two Meetings Economic Policy” salons to alleviate sleepiness, and discussed the survival status and transformation practices of SMEs under the epidemic.When talking about the current outstanding problems faced by enterprises, Shi Lei, member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and chairman of the Inner Mongolia Domond Industrial Group, said that the biggest feeling is the increase in costs, shrinking demand, and relatively large capital flow problems.”I hope that the supply side will resume the production at the same time, and now the demand on the demand side is most needed. The upstream and downstream can be matched to be on track. Is the basic problem now normal?”” He further stated that the current upstream enterprises have better conditions for resuming production, but there is still a gap between downstream enterprises for resuming production. There are unsalable products and prices have fallen, resulting in upstream epidemic prevention costs, labor costs, and raw material costs all rising.Sauna, Ye Wang Cheng Weimiao Gu Zhijuan editor Chen Li proofreading Xue Jingning