Article 145, Item 2 of the Constitution clearly states that "cooperative enterprises shall be rewarded and supported by the state" as a basic national policy. According to this, the government has formulated professional regulations such as the Cooperative Law and its implementation rules as the basis for the guidance and management of cooperatives, and has set up a cooperative administrative authority to manage the guidance, integrate and develop cooperative undertakings, and hope to achieve the development of the national economy and the improvement of the welfare of the whole people. aims. The various types of cooperatives in my country mainly include 10 types of businesses, including production, transportation and marketing, supply, utilization, labor, consumption, public utilities, transportation, credit, and insurance. As of the end of December 108, there were 3,867 cooperatives with 1,970,339 members.
In order to promote the employment of indigenous people and protect the right to work and economic life of the indigenous people, the country has formulated the law Indigenous Peoples Employment Rights Protection Act. According to the Law, the government should guide the aboriginal people to establish various types of Aboriginal cooperatives in accordance with the working habits of the aboriginal groups in order to develop various job opportunities. The preparation of the Indigenous Cooperatives, the training of members, and the development of operations shall be handled under the guidance of the competent authorities of the respective destination enterprises; the guidance measures shall be stipulated by the competent central authorities of relevant destination enterprises in conjunction with the central competent authority. Aboriginal cooperatives refer to those where the number of aboriginal members exceeds 80% of the total number of members of the cooperative.
The funds for the operation and development of cooperative associations for the indigenous people shall be subsidized by each level of government as it deems fit. Each level of competent authority of target industries shall conduct scheduled examination and appraisal of cooperative associations for indigenous people or award the associations with excellent performance. The method of examination and approval and award shall be determined by the competent authority of target industries at the central level in consultation with the central competent authority.
The future development will be vigorously promoted by government policies to guide the public and communities to actively participate, allow cooperatives to develop diversified organizations (for example, urban exhibitions, community media, etc.), promote cooperative e-commerce platforms, and government-subsidized companies to purchase from cooperatives. mechanism. The cooperative itself must also strengthen the financial capital lending mechanism and cultivate young innovative talents for development.