expenditure to the people’s livelihood, develop science, education, culture, health, promote the transformation of economic development mode, improve social security and income distribution systems, adhere to the construction of ecological civilization, and meet the needs of the people for a better life; and economic construction expenditure should be more applied to optimize the economic structure, maintain the coordination and stability of development; general public service expenditure should be conducive to the government to provide quality services and perform management functions, to provide a fair and orderly socio-economic development environment. For central and west where the quality of economic development is medium and low, there are still shortcomings in the areas of public services, people’s livelihood, ecological civilization, infrastructure, and innovation, etc. The government should strictly control and reduce the general public service expenditure when arranging fiscal expenditures, improve the efficiency of fiscal expenditures, free up more resources, increase expenditure on science, education, culture, health, social security and employment, continue to promote development-oriented poverty reduction efforts, strengthen investment in public goods and services, and promote equalization of public services; resolutely implementing the policy guidance of protecting the ecological environment is protecting productivity, and improving the ecological environment is developing productivity; at the same time, paying attention to infrastructure construction and increasing support for major engineering projects such as transportation, communications, energy, and people’s livelihood. Make up the shortcomings and provide strong support for the high-quality development of the economy in central and west.
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