It aims to identify the documents that create barriers to the two-way flow of technology, human resources, capital and information between the military and civilian sectors, as well as those that fail to give private enterprises equal treatment in market access and intellectual property protection, said the circular.
The campaign will examine the regulations in this field adopted in the last 40 years, said the circular jointly issued by the general offices of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, the State Council and the Central Military Commission.
The meeting deliberated and adopted a guideline on military-civilian integration, a working plan of the central commission for integrated military and civilian development in 2018 and a plan for building innovation demonstration zones of national military-civilian integration with a list of the zones.
Like China, Japan also attaches importance to the WTO rules and maintains that trade issues should be handled based on those rules, he added.
It also called for making breakthroughs in key reforms, including in science, technology and industry for defense, equipment procurement, military product pricing, tax revenue and breaking barriers between the military and civilians.
The two sides should tap potential driving forces so as to upgrade the bilateral trade and economic cooperation to a new level, Wang said.