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On Problems in the Central Appropriation of Special Funds and Countermeasures


  • Xu Liuqing


After the implementation of the tax division system, the central appropriation of special funds remains, but there will be no further increase in the total amount of such funds. At the same time, the establishment of a transfer payment system at the core of the tax division system will add new contents to the central appropriation of special funds. In this respect, the amount of centrally appropriated special funds will increase at a more rapid pace, which requires more efficient management. However, if we only pay attention to the absolute amount of the funds, while neglecting the rational distribution and management of the funds, the central appropriation of special funds will lose its original meaning. This article analyzes problems in the central appropriation of special funds, their causes, and solutions.

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  • Xu Liuqing, 1996. "On Problems in the Central Appropriation of Special Funds and Countermeasures," Chinese Economy, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 29(4), pages 57-60, July.
  • Handle: RePEc:mes:chinec:v:29:y:1996:i:4:p:57-60

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