The Link between Inclusive Growth and Fiscal Reform
There are different understandings of what "inclusive growth" means, but in general it can be seen as development that coordinates economic, political, cultural, social, environmental and other aspects.
More specifically, it means economic growth that benefits all people in all regions, achieving social development amid sustainable economic growth.
How is inclusive growth achieved? Opinions are divided. One of the key questions regards the roles the government and market should play.
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