Qiushi: China's Reform Must Stay on the Socialist Path

March 2013
Chinascope;Mar/Apr2013, Issue 62, p24
The article discusses the importance of reform to China under the direction of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). It examines the current state of reform, as well as addressing the question of whether China needs further reform. It explores the relationship between reform, development and stability. The article also cites several recommendations for effectively handling reform such as creating an environment that favors deepening reform.


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