A 'socialist' economy in a capitalist world
Contending views about the �threats� and �opportunities� relating to China�s economic rise reflect the complex and, for many, confusing role of the state in China�s reform and development process. This in turn relates to a marked difference between China�s official perception of �Socialism with Chinese characteristics� and alternative views regarding the nature of its emerging capitalist system. This glaring gap in perceptions is problematic in an increasingly globalised world, complicating...[Show more]
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