China Securities Journal: Three Major Challenges for China's Economic Reform

May 2014
Chinascope;May/Jun2014, Issue 69, p34
The article focuses on an article published by "China Securities Journal" on May 13, 2014, which listed three major challenges for China's economic reform.


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