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4.6 The role of government in the banking and financial systems

New rules improving oversight of policy banks have been introduced

The three banks, China Development Bank, Export-Import Bank of China, and the Agricultural Development Bank will face mechanisms intended to make sure they won’t lend more cash than they can afford.

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The Financial Stability and Development Commission (FSDC) held its first meeting

The commission is tasked to coordinate reforms and regulations between existing regulators and hold regulators and local governments accountable for failure to enact policy.

Source CN

4.9 Decentralized economic policies and regional disparities

State Council announces establishment of Made in China 2025 demonstration zones

In a further push to advance targets for industrial upgrading, the State Council released a circular to establish regional Made in China 2025 demonstration zones. The circular calls for cities and regional clusters to improve innovation and industrial upgrading. To achieve national targets cities or regions are also encouraged to make use of flexible micro policies.

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Shanghai port to experiment with financial deregulation

The State Council has announced new financial experiments within the Shanghai port following disappointment in how policies in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone (FTZ) introduced in 2013 worked out. The newly introduced policies in the port area include eased capital controls, removal of customs duties and fewer clearance procedures compared to the Shanghai FTZ.  

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5.1 Political control and “social management”

Child care abuse and migrant evictions create public outrage

On November 22, various Chinese news outlets have reported about child abuse at a nursery in Beijing’s Chaoyang district catering white collar employees. Chinese authorities were quick to clamp down on widespread online outrage. A 40-day campaign of Beijing’s city government to evict migrant workers from “unsafe” houses launched after a fire killed 19 people on November 18, was met with criticism from China’s Central Television as well from public intellectuals who addressed an open letter to the government.

5.3 Rural society

Thousands evicted in Beijing crackdown after fatal fire

Shortly after a fatal fire in a Beijing outskirt, the municipal government ordered a 40-day crackdown of buildings with potential fire hazards, according to a directive issued by the Beijing Work Safety Committee. Thousands of Beijing tenants, mostly migrant workers, are being evicted from their homes as a result.

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6.2 Administrative modernization and economic deregulation

Recommended literature:

The Modernization of China’s State Governance.  Hu, A., Tang, X., Yang, Z., Yan, Y.; Springer Verlag 2017.

China plans to transfer state assets to social security funds to make up for shortage of money

Facing an increasing demographic challenge with its aging population, China will set aside state-owned enterprises’ assets to make up for the shortage of money in the nation’s pension funds. On November 18, the State Council issued a plan envisaging the transfer of ten percent of such assets into social security funds. The process will start with a rather small-scale pilot project involving three to five state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and two financial institutions administered by the central government. Some provinces will also tentatively implement the program, the statement said. Based on the experimental results, more SOEs and financial institutions will be added in 2018.

(see also  MERICS China Update Nr. 19/2017)

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6.7 Public budgets: The role of local-government financing platforms

The Financial Stability and Development Commission (FSDC) held its first meeting

The commission is tasked to coordinate reforms and regulations between existing regulators and hold regulators and local governments accountable for failure to enact policy

Source CN

6.8 Infrastructure policy and the high-speed rail network

Shanghai-Kunming high-speed railway line cause for safety concerns after less than a year of operation

Part of the Shanghai-Kunming high-speed railway line in Guizhou has been exposed in November for having bad tunnel design and construction leading to severe water leakage. As a result, trains had to reduce their speed to as low as 70 kilometers per hour, instead of the usual speed of 300 km, to ensure safe operation.

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