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International experience and implications of PPP models


A Public—Private—Partnership (PPP) refers to cooperation between government and the private sector in providing goods and services.

Suggestions on power and expenditure responsibility separation


Separating power in a scientific way and making power commensurate with expenditure responsibility are an important part of a modern fiscal system.

Achievements in utilization of combustible ice in foreign countries


There is a large amount of combustible ice for high-quality energy that is efficient, clean, and low-carbon, and has been seen a potential alternative energy source for the future.

Improving China's fiscal and monetary policies


As China's economy started to change after 2003, it began adjusting fiscal and monetary policies to maintain stable economic operations during various phases of the economic cycle.

Carbon emission controls could bring quality growth


China came up with policies on industrial improvements, energy saving, emissions reduction, and a better energy structure, in 2013.

Stopping the assaults against doctors


There have been reports of many cases of assault, insults, and even injuries to doctors recently across the country.

Risk analysis of real estate markets and suggestions


As China's real estate business balances supply and demand, the country needs to be cautious about blindly stimulating the market.

Exploit combustible ice and promote energy reform in China


China has been consuming coal as its main energy source, bringing about a series of negative repercussions.