Caixin
Oct 26, 2022 08:20 PM
ECONOMY

China’s Fiscal Revenue Buoyed by Nontax Income Spike

What’s new: China’s fiscal revenue continued to rebound in September, powered by a surge in nontax income, despite weak tax growth.

General public budget revenue rose 8.4% year-on-year in September, up from 5.6% in August, which had marked the first increase in five months, according to Caixin calculations based on data published by the finance ministry on Tuesday. The growth was mainly driven by a 39.7% jump in nontax revenue, while tax income only increased 0.4%.

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