DEVELOPMENT OF THE INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENT FUND FOR THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN CHINA

Zhang Li, Jacquline Tham, S. M. Ferdous Azam

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The purpose of this study is to examine the development of the industrial investment fund for the local government in China. This study constitutes a quantitative study. Based on a model framework, the existing literature and previous studies on the regulatory mechanism, market exit mechanism, professionals, lack of risk prevention, single fund portfolio are independent variables. The policy is an intermediate variable, and sustainable promotion of industrial investment fund development is a non-independent variable. Findings show that there is a relationship between Industrial investment fund for the local government in Henan, China and Development of the industrial investment fund for the local Government in Henan, China. This study has also revealed that higher the perceived supervision system structure and market exit mechanism of industrial investment fund for the local government in Henan, China, policy Industrial investment fund for the local government in Henan, China becomes higher. Industrial investment fund for the local government in Henan, China providers and industrial investment fund for the local government in Henan, China business developers will have to realize the importance of knowing and understanding policy perception on industrial investment fund for the local government in Henan, China as is vital in inducing policy.

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development, industrial investment fund, local government, Henan, China

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpss.v4i1.950

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