By learning from private financing system and capital market operation mechanism in the United States, this paper analyzes financing characteristics of high - technology small and medium - sized enterprises and discusses the benefit of small and medium - sized enterprises from private financing and points out the importance and necessity of private financing and establishment of the related law system in China.
Fourthly, suggestions like effectiveness audit on supervision, management responsibility, interests representation, market transparency and private financing are induced from abroad lessons and experiences, also with considerations on the reality of our country.
Even after the founding of New China, as sown by the data from the surveys in the period from 1952 to 1954, the rural private financing, though under control, still further developed to some extent due to economic backwardness, weak household economy, imperfect social security and lack of modern financial system. By comparison, the private financing in this period had simpler forms and lower interest rate than before the founding of New China and operated mainly for mutual help and assistance.
The expansion of state banking operation into the rural areas and the development of modern financial organizations like rural credit cooperatives reduced, in a degree, the roorn for private financing, but did not eliminate it altogether.
It is pointed out that private financing represents a concept that productive force and extracorporeal circulating capital are complementary to regular financial institutions and together they can develop harmoniously to achieve a win-win result--a concept of directional significance for practice.
For many, following a British lead, it focuses on attracting private financing for public projects.
Current changes require that behavioral health care leaders understand how public and private financing mechanisms interact and how, now more than ever, behavioral health care leadership must span multiple systems and financing streams.
Shifting The Burden: Public and Private Financing of Higher Education in the United States and Implications for Europe
The data used in this analysis are from 1976 and 1977, and indicate that the mortgage insurance program is less suburb oriented than private financing of houses in the same price range.
Specifically, we examine how private financing in the non-profit rented sector is implemented in Western Europe.