The conference will attract Chinese national and sub-national government officials and state-owned enterprise representatives plus ICMA members and others who are interested in offering technical assistance and/or training in China under the new MOU.
What does SNG stand for?
SNG stands for Sub-National Government (political science)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 55 other meanings of SNG in our Acronym Attic
- Social Networking Group
- Société Nautique de Génève (French: Geneva Boating Society; Switzerland)
- Société Neuchâteloise de Géographie (French: Neuchâtel Society of Geography; Switzerland)
- Société Nouvelle de Galvanoplastie (French: Society of New Electroplating)
- Sodruschestwo Nesawissimych Gossudarstw (Russian)
- Somalia National Government
- Sonda Nasogástrica (Spanish: Nasogastric Tube)
- Southern Natural Gas (Birmingham, AL)
- Special Needs Group (various organizations)
- Srpska Nacionalna Garda (Serbian National Guard)
- Subject-Specific Notability Guideline (Wikimedia Foundation)
- Substitute/Synthetic Natural Gas
- Super Nailgun (gaming)
- Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum (Latin; British Academy numismatic research project; UK)
- Synthetic Natural Gas
- Southern Nevada Golf Association (Henderson, NV)
- Still Not Getting Any (Simple plan album)
- Serum Neutrophil Gelatinase-Associated Lipocalin
- Selfridge National Guard Base (Michigan)
- Single Nephron Glomerular Blood Flow
Samples in periodicals archive:
The OECD area counts more than 140,000 sub-national governments, often organised into centuries-old structures that lead to fragmentation and inefficiencies.
Generally, sub-national governments rely on two major sources of finance: the first is taxes and fees that they directly administer; the second is intergovernmental transfers from central to sub-national governments.
A similar mismatch is observed between national and sub-national government from the point of view of expenditures.
He discusses sovereign default probabilities and domestic and international risk transfers; political economy problems that arise in multi-level governments; rules to reduce deficit spending on the sub-national government level; the decision to provide financial bailout and its effect on the amount of deficit spending; the market for rating agencies and their business model; and the impact of fiscal policy variations on asset prices, using the example of Germany.
Finally, Pakistan is undergoing a transition in which power is moving from the central administration to sub-national governments.
2010), despite the fact that sub-national governments have extensive policymaking authority in many important areas of social and economic life, such as healthcare, social welfare programs, transportation and urban policy (Howlett 1999).
This view is exerted by Oates (1972), he further argued that fiscal decentralization will make the sub-national governments accountable as well as equip them with necessary resources to cope with ever increasing demands of local populace.