Liu Shijin: In the future, we can consider that it is not necessary to set specific economic growth targets again

Liu Shijin: In the future, we can consider that it is not necessary to set specific economic growth targets again
On May 22, Sauna Night held the national “Two Sessions Economic Policy” series of salons to challenge China’s economy. Guests included members of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, Xiao Gang, former chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, Zhou Yanli, former vice chairman of the China Insurance Regulatory CommissionLiu Shijin, deputy director of the Economic Commission, member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, and president of the China Academy of Fiscal Sciences Liu Shangxi.The committee members will interpret today’s freshly released government work report, including economic growth, fiscal and monetary policy and other important standards.When the government work report in the previous year did not set specific targets for economic growth, Liu Shijin said that the report pointed out that because of the special situation this year and the great uncertainty in the second half of the year, it is difficult to determine.But setting the employment target and implementing the spirit of giving priority to employment is not only beneficial this year, but also beneficial to macro policies.Steady growth is to stabilize employment and push the employment index directly to the first place. If the employment problem is solved better, the growth rate is actually a more appropriate level, which can be explained from the perspective of macroeconomics.He believes that without setting specific targets for economic growth, it can also be an active exploration. In the future, can we determine employment indicators at the national level, and then outline some of the economic scale, sustainable development requirements, and control prices and risks as much as possible,If the residents’ income and other indicators are required, it is not necessary to raise the specific growth rate of the economy.In addition, the provincial budget can propose growth rate targets. Provinces can proceed from reality and compete appropriately. On this basis, the state can evaluate the development of the provinces. If someone ‘s indicators are done well, the country has corresponding policy incentives. On the contraryThere is no.For the specific policies linked to the development status of the provinces, such adjustments can be considered in the next step.Sauna, Ye Wang Cheng Weimiao Gu Zhijuan Editor Li Weijia Proofreading Yang Xuli