中国经济的“存量改革”之战

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北京 – 2008年国际金融危机以来,无论是世界经济还是中国经济几乎靠“增量”来刺激增长,但事实证明,由于存在大量结构性问题没有解决,增量对于存量的调整没有太大效果,反而因为过度刺激带来了一系列风险隐患和政策后遗症。

也正是在这样的大背景下,中国新一届政府将未来政策重心指向“存量”。2013年7月5日,中国国务院正式出台《关于金融支持经济结构调整和转型升级的指导意见》(简称“金十条”)这让中国“存量改革”路线浮出水面。“金十条”明确将采取十项措施“盘活存量”,把“好钢用在刀刃上”,这凸显出中国高层要扭转资源错配,推动“存量改革”的决心。

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