Beijing has so far refrained from implementing a large-scale infrastructure construction programme, but did announce in March a 2 trillion yuan (US$291 billion) business tax cut to help stabilise the economy. Photo: Xinhua Beijing has so far refrained from implementing a large-scale infrastructure construction programme, but did announce in March a 2 trillion yuan (US$291 billion) business tax cut to help stabilise the economy. Photo: Xinhua
Beijing has so far refrained from implementing a large-scale infrastructure construction programme, but did announce in March a 2 trillion yuan (US$291 billion) business tax cut to help stabilise the economy. Photo: Xinhua
China economy

China issues new rules on infrastructure financing due to implicit debt concerns

  • Restrictions on financing by public-private partnership comes after the government eased rules last month regarding the funding of local infrastructure projects
  • Beijing wants to boost local infrastructure projects while also avoiding the debt excesses of the past amid the trade war with the United States

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Beijing has so far refrained from implementing a large-scale infrastructure construction programme, but did announce in March a 2 trillion yuan (US$291 billion) business tax cut to help stabilise the economy. Photo: Xinhua Beijing has so far refrained from implementing a large-scale infrastructure construction programme, but did announce in March a 2 trillion yuan (US$291 billion) business tax cut to help stabilise the economy. Photo: Xinhua
Beijing has so far refrained from implementing a large-scale infrastructure construction programme, but did announce in March a 2 trillion yuan (US$291 billion) business tax cut to help stabilise the economy. Photo: Xinhua
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