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CHINA PRESS: China should not raise its deficit to more than 3% of its GDP next
year, the National Business Daily reported today citing Feng Qiaobin, a
professor at the Chinese Academy of Governance. Other proactive fiscal policy,
including increasing budget expenditure, issuing more debt and reducing taxes,
can serve better boosting the economy, Feng was cited saying.
- Keeping the rate below 3% can send a signal to local governments, reminding
them to control the investment and financing expansion, especially to strictly
control the increase of debt, the Daily said citing Feng.