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Institutions Of Economic Control

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Mao's telegraph to the Shandong Bureau about the confrontational policy and revenue sources on May 19, 1939 gave the latter a strong start on the path to a military-fiscal state. The Shandong Bureau's response was a directive to the CCP leadership in Jiaodong. The North Sea Bank and its branches in each district were under the leadership of the Shandong Bureau's Finance Committee or the finance committee of its district-level Party committee. This system was established according to the CCP Central Secretariat's instructions of February 1, 1940. These instructions outlined a highly centralized institution of financial- economic control centred on the finance committees in all levels of CCP committees. The CCP was a Leninist-Stalinist organization and the Shandong Bureau's subordinate agencies transplanted that party-state model to their districts through hierarchical networks.

Keywords: CCP committees; economic control; North Sea Bank; Shandong Bureau

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