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Research on State-owned Enterprises Reform Under Guo Jin Min Tui Background
Time:2010-04-19 14:12:55   Clicks:

"Guo Jin Min Tui" phenomenon (state-owned enterprises' expanding while private enterprises' withdrawing) became an obvious trend in the Chinese economy recently, such as in the steel and coal industries. This phenomenon has sparked a heated debate in academic circles and throughout society. The purpose of this research is firstly to clarify the normative nature of state-owned enterprises; secondly, to give a description of the performance of current state-owned enterprises through large amounts of data and cases, and to judge their impact on society and government. Finally, this research will offer suggestions on ways to reform existing state-owned enterprises.

This research project has been completed by March 2011, and the press release conference & academic seminar was successfully held in Beijing Jade Palace Hotel on Mar. 2nd, 2011.  

Research Report Abstract  and Complete Chinese Report

China's State-owned Enterprises Urged to Reform (Reuters News)

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