Pubblicato in: Banche Centrali, Cina, Fisco e Tasse

Cina. Q3. Gettito fiscale aumentato del 4.7% anno su anno.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2020-10-31.

Brueghel il Giovane. Pagamento delle Tasse. Fisher_Museum_of_Art

Le direttive sociali, politiche ed economiche cinesi godono della caratteristica di essere empiriche, non ideologizzate.

Queste sono le grandi caratteristiche che le distinguono da quelle del blocco occidentale. Sono due Weltanschauung antitetiche.

La Cina continua a darci lezioni di buon senso che l’occidente non riesce nemmeno a concepire.

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«China’s fiscal revenues grew 4.7% in the third quarter from a year earlier, reversing a 7.4% drop in the previous quarter, …. as the country’s economic recovery picked up pace»

«China’s economy in the July to September quarter expanded by 4.9% from a year earlier, …. faster than the second quarter’s 3.2% growth»

«For the first nine months of the year, fiscal revenues fell 6.4% from a year earlier to 14.10 trillion yuan ($2.12 trillion), while fiscal expenditures dropped 1.9% to 17.519 trillion yuan»

«tax receipts could get a boost from China’s continued economic rebound in the fourth quarter»

«The government is on track to cut taxes and fees by more than 2.5 trillion yuan in 2020, including 1.88 trillion yuan in the first eight months»

«China’s local governments will be allowed to issue 3.75 trillion yuan in special bonds this year, up from 2.15 trillion yuan in 2019»


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Le differenze operative sono vistose.

Il blocco occidentale ha tempi decisionali disperatamente lunghi, la Cina di poche ore.

Il blocco occidentale elargisce sussidi alla popolazione, la Cina finanzia infrastrutture e grandi opere: lascia lavorare e guadagnare.

Il blocco occidentale aumenta il peso delle tasse sui Contribuenti esangui, la Cina li aiuta a lavorare, guadagnare di più, e quindi pagare maggiori tasse.

«The government is on track to cut taxes and fees»

Questo è il concetto più ostico per le menti ideologizzate.

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China’s fiscal revenues rise 4.7% in third-quarter as economy gains steam.

China’s fiscal revenues grew 4.7% in the third quarter from a year earlier, reversing a 7.4% drop in the previous quarter, the finance ministry said on Wednesday, as the country’s economic recovery picked up pace.

China’s economy in the July to September quarter expanded by 4.9% from a year earlier, weaker than analyst expectations but faster than the second quarter’s 3.2% growth.

For the first nine months of the year, fiscal revenues fell 6.4% from a year earlier to 14.10 trillion yuan ($2.12 trillion), while fiscal expenditures dropped 1.9% to 17.519 trillion yuan, the ministry said.

Liu Jinyun, a finance ministry official, told a briefing that tax receipts could get a boost from China’s continued economic rebound in the fourth quarter.

“The decline in accumulative fiscal revenues will gradually moderate,” he said.

The government is on track to cut taxes and fees by more than 2.5 trillion yuan in 2020, including 1.88 trillion yuan in the first eight months, the ministry said.

China has allocated 200 billion yuan in local government special bonds to help resolve risks at small banks, Wang Kebing, a second finance ministry official, told the briefing.

In July, China’s cabinet said it would allow local governments to use part of the money they raise from special bonds this year to recapitalise some small banks.

China’s local governments will be allowed to issue 3.75 trillion yuan in special bonds this year, up from 2.15 trillion yuan in 2019.