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/ Business/ Policy and RegulationTax regime needs to keep a pace with growthUpdated: 2013-11-07 16:53( cctv.com)Comments Print Mail Large Medium  SmallGet Flash PlayerAt the upcoming plenary session, fiscal reforms can be expected as well, lets bring back Professor Liu to get his take on this issue.Q1: Changes in tax system to support Chinas rebalancing.Q2: Central govt may take on more spending responsibilities from local govts. 8.03KRelated StoriesCentral-local relations at heart of fiscal reformChinas fiscal reform will boost growthLawmakers call for expediting fiscal reformsMore fiscal reforms to support marketReuters: Financial and tax reforms likely priorities PhotoModified Ford Fiesta by 3D Carbon at SEMA ShowModified Ford Fiesta ST by MRT at SEMA ShowModified Ford Fiesta ST by COBB at SEMA ShowHong Kong Optical Fair Kicks off The predicted christmas best gifts for childrenVoyage to a sustainable futureSlovak flying carModel with modified Maserati GranTurismo SChina Economy by NumbersChina Economy by Numbers – OctChina Economy by Numbers – SeptChinese Companies Overseas FootprintLenovo becomes Spains 3rd largest PC companyHuawei offers ICT training for Nigerian womenNewsmakersUK property developer taps Chinese marketFormer richest man in China attackedInterviews: Innovative ChinaReform of financial power distribution highly necessaryLi Daokui on urbanization in ChinaMost ViewedTodays Top NewsMore big firms from emerging marketsYuan bonds to be issued in TaiwanZero tolerance for systematic risksPBOC boosts transparencyPBOC to continue hands-off policyFactories going green, efficientOverseas travel on the riseEditors PicksTax regime needs to keep pace with growthAnything to pawn?…The predicted christmas best giftsRoadmap of reform: Day 2- Financial reformMotoringSlovak flying carTesla opens doors in Beijing…Modified Ford Fiesta ST by MRT at SEMA ShowChinese brands SUV sales increase 52% in SeptChina DataProfits plummet in Oct for Chinas brokerage firmsBig Four loans reach new low in October…EU lowers estimates on Chinas growthDomestic films set to rule box officeVideoSlidePodcastPicturesKazakh treasures dazzle in BeijingNavy special – part 2: Three sailorsSoyuz rocket flies Olympic torch to space stationFly with the Jetman
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