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Cheap pharmacies suffer from discrimination and dysentery

Cheap pharmacies suffer from discrimination and dysentery

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In the process of transforming the planned economy into a market economy, discrimination in various ways is a common experience of private enterprises. Even many people reluctantly believe that this concept of discrimination is deeply rooted. A few days ago, during the visit to Sohu Finance, Xie Zilong, the founder and current chairman of the people's pharmacy, once again talked about this phenomenon.
 
In response to questions about local enterprises suffering from local discrimination, Xie Zilong said: "Not only pharmaceutical companies, but all private enterprises have encountered such problems. In the selection of the National Youth Entrepreneurship Award yesterday, some people discussed in the group discussion. Speaking of this issue, when private enterprises are not discriminated against, I think this may be too difficult to talk about, because this has a lot to do with the planned economic system that our country has formed over the years, and it may be through the efforts of two or three generations. To change such an idea, this concept should be said to be relatively long-lasting, so it is not one or two sentences to change this, nor one or two companies can change, so we are also looking forward to this day's change."
 
While facing the difficulties, Xie Zilong expressed full confidence in the future of affordable pharmacies. He said that he is currently planning a strategic layout for the whole country, and is ready to complete the construction of outlets in cities above the prefecture level in the country within three years. After three or five years, he will begin to deploy in the county-level cities, and will work hard to enable the general public in the rural areas to enjoy the people. The price of a large pharmacy is affordable.