The “Official” View on China's Reform

ESWN translates from the quasi-official Caijing magazine an article that is reputed to represent the views of senior Chinese officials. The article states that many injustices “occurred because the administrative powers intervened in the distribution of production during the marketization“. The author cites the central government's plan to reform “the government's administrative system” as a top priority to push China's reforms forward, which sounds like a veiled call for political reform.

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