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Contemporary China's Economy

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Author: Wu Li; Rong Wenli;
Language: English
Page: 272
Publication Date: 06/2014
ISBN: 9787508527833
Publisher: China Intercontinental Press
Series: Contemporary China
Table of Contents
Foreword 
Natural Conditions and Economic System for Development 
of Chinese Economy 
Foundation and Natural Conditions for the Development 
of Chinese Economy 
Basic Economic System and Policies of China 
Rapid Development and Level of Chinese Economy 
Continual Reform Achieved Rapid Development 
of Chinese Economy 
Economic Development Achievements 
in China in the New Century 
Changes of China's Economic Position in the World 
The Industrial Structure of China 
Industrial Structure of China and Its Changes 
Development of the Primary Industry 
Development of the Secondary Industry 
Development of the Tertiary Industry 
Opening of Chinese Economy to the Outside World 
China's Policy of Opening to the Outside World and Joining International Economic Organizations 
The Foreign Trade of China 
Attracting Foreign Capital and Investment Abroad of China
Employment of Residents, Urbanization 
and Social Security 
Population and Smployment: Steady Growth and Change in Structure 
Changes in Income Growth and Distribution Pattern of Residents 
Urbanization and Urban-rural Integration 
Social Security: the Coverage Has Kept on Expanding 
Goals and Countermeasures for the Development 
of Chinese Economy 
The Doubling Plan and Prospective Goal for the Economic Development in China 
Change of Development Pattern Faced by Chinese Economy 
Dual Task Unaccomplished: Government Transformation and Market Development 
New Start in Reform: New Deployment in 2013 
Opportunities and Favorable Conditions for the Development of Chinese Economy 
Conclusion
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industrialization and urbanization. In this process, the economic contradictions and social contradictions are complicated, so it is necessary to foster market players, change the behavior and concept of the people, and establish and complete market order, and for all this, the government is required to play a certain leading and dominating role. Next, China is not only a country with a vast territory and great difference in geographic conditions, for thousands of years, many differences have developed in nationalities, culture, ways of life and development stages in different areas. In such a big country, a unified and powerful government must be in place to steer the ship of economy. The smooth return of Hong Kong and Macau for one country, two systems"could not be realized without a powerful central government; similarly, the regional economic development strategies such as "development of the west","rejuvenation of the northeast" and "rise of central China" could not be implemented without the cooperation between the central government and local governments. 
The reform in China is not only reform of economic system, and it also include the reform of political system. Just as Deng Xiaoping said, the reform of economic system cannot succeed without the guarantee of reform of political system. China is a big country with a population of 1.3 billion, so the reform of political system must be implemented under proper leadership step by step. Without a firm and steady leader and set steps, it would certainly lead to a chaotic "pseudo-democracy". This kind of "democracy" cannot guarantee the true rights and interests of the Chinese people, nor help the sustainable development of the Chinese economy. 
Emphasizing the role of the government does not mean negating or underestimating the market. On contrary, the basic role of the market is getting strengthened with the continual progress of the market-oriented reform.
Contemporary China's Economy
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