Financing Local Government in the People's Republic of China
- Wong, Christine P. W.(Asian Development Bank)
This study focuses on the status of local government finance at the subprovincial level. Fiscal reforms over the past decade have not kept pace with the rapid changes in demand for government services at lower levels. This book examines the composition of revenue and expenditure at city, country, and township levels, and provides recommendations.
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