Reforming China: Major Events (1992-2004)

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Tieying Li
Enrich Professional Publishing, 2011 - Business & Economics - 572 pages
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Chronicling the dramatic events that have taken place since China opened up to the world three decades ago and adopted a policy of economic reform, this reference delves into the period between 1992 and 2004, reviewing the changes in economic policies that were drafted, brought into law, and initiated. Vividly capturing the history of reform, this survey ranges from the beginning of the rural household contract responsibility system to the expansion of enterprise autonomy in cities and the gradual liberalization of prices of important products. The founding of Deng Xiaoping’s reform theory and the establishment of a socialist market economic system are also reviewed.

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Li Tieying is the former vice chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress of China and former director of the State Commission for Economic Reform. Peng Sen is the vice director of the National Development and Reform Commission. Chen Li is a researcher at the Office of Economic System Reform of the State Council.

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