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China to launch anti-bureaucracy inspection

(Xinhua)    20:40, March 20, 2017

BEIJING, March 20 (Xinhua) -- China's State Council said Monday that it would send inspection teams to check how its anti-bureaucracy policies were being implemented throughout the country.

In late April, inspectors will go nationwide to examine whether the central government's policies have been effectively implemented, including those that advance institutional reforms in the business sector and make operational and post-operational oversight more effective, the State Council said in an online notice.

The move is part of a wider drive by government to streamline administrative procedures and delegate power to lower levels.

In 2016, the government canceled the requirement on 165 items for review, overhauled and standardized 192 items of intermediary services for government review, and removed 220 items of approvals and accreditations for professional qualifications. 

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