《新政指示解决贫富差距》-资本运营专家冯鹏程教授接受《环球时报》采访

冯鹏程 原创 | 2013-03-04 09:04 | 收藏 | 投票

   2月6日,全国著名资本运营专家、对外经妹骋状笱е泄时驹擞芯恐行闹魅?lt;/span>冯鹏程教授就国务院批转收入分配改革意见问题接受《环球时报》记者采访。冯鹏程教授指出:“行政指令就想带帽子一样,有立竿见影的效果,但是不能解决实际问题。公众指责那些高管拿高薪,尤其是垄断行业的高管,是因为他们的利润来自于政策优势,而不是市场化手段”。

  

  采访原文如下:

  Newly issued notice to tackle wealth gap

  

  A notice on deepening reform of income distribution was unveiled by the State Council late Tuesday, marking a solid step in the newly-elected Party leadership's determination to narrow the country's wealth gap.

  According to the notice, highly-paid State-owned enterprise (SOE) executives would be put "on the radar," low-income groups would be given assistance, and the tax structure will be reformed.

  The long-awaited notice came almost a decade after feasibility studies were initiated in 2004.

  This is also in tandem with the objectives set out during the 18th Party congress in November which state that by 2020, both rural and urban incomes per capita will double the level of 2010 and the middle income group will continuously expand.

  SOE executives will take the lead, as their salaries are sometimes several times higher than the incomes of employees in their companies.

  The rate of increase of their salaries should be lower than the average rate for employees, reads the notice.

  "Administrative instructions such as a cap on wages will have an immediate effect, but it can't solve the problem," Feng Pengcheng, a professor of corporate governance at the University of International Business and Economics, told the Global Times.

  "The public criticizes those executives' high salaries, especially in monopolized sectors, as their profits are reaped from taking advantage of policies rather than taking market-oriented approaches," Feng said.

  Zhu Boshan, general manager of Shanghai Tacter Investment Consulting, said many believe officials should not get such high salaries and further reforms should tackle this issue.

  The benefits and welfare for SOE employees, referred to as "grey incomes," should be taken into account, Wang Xiaolu, deputy director of the National Economic Research Institute under the China Reform Foundation, told the Global Times.

  The establishment of an income tax system that unifies the various income categories is also needed, and is a move that represents the direction of tax reform, Ye Qing, deputy director of the Hubei Provincial Bureau of Statistics, told the Global Times, adding that this would make it easier to supervise high-income groups. "The highest 45-percent tax level is rarely seen, as the rich always know how to avoid being detected."

  The notice also stipulates that the tax on property ownership and transactions would be expanded nationwide, as Shanghai and Chongqing currently impose the tax on a trial basis. "The tax, which would greatly help narrow the gap, will probably be expanded nationwide in three to five years," Ye adde.

  

  采访原文链接如下:

  http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/760445.shtml

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冯鹏程教授 全国著名资本运营专家 对外经济贸易大学中国资本运营研究中心主任、教授 中国人民大学经济学博士 厦门大学工商管理学博士后 北京大学总裁班授课教授 清华大学EMBA班授课教授 中国人民大学EMBA授课教授
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