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Central Government to Further Transfer Administrative Approval Items to Lower Level of Administration

Central Government to Further Transfer Administrative Approval Items to Lower Level of AdministrationThe central government recently announced its plans on eliminating or to transfer 70 administrative approval items to lower levels of administration this year as part of the Central’s Government move to further simplify all approval features. Items t be eliminated or transferred to lower levels will fall under telecommunications, river transport, qualification of employees in accounting and insurance industries and inline higher education.

Related central government departments will be announcing the list of items that will be needed for administrative approval for public supervision and items on this list will be decided using social entities. Furthermore the central government will be clearing up and slowly cancel non administrative approval from different departments. All necessary items on the list will either be kept or upgraded to a higher level of administrative approval items. The government will also be enhancing their role as a supervisor and to eliminate administrative approvals.

During an executive meeting the State Council decision to move approval items is part of their effort of implementing the decisions of the Third Plenary Session of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. The decision stated that a market will be given the decisive roles in allocating proper resources. This will give the market and social entities more responsibility in the future.

Before there were government departments that place to much effort in several administrative approval process which led them to ignore their role of a supervisor during the operation and afterwards.



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