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SOE Reform Once Again in the Spotlight

The progress of SOE reform in China has been relatively stagnant for some time. Clarifying the underlying concepts and direction of SOE reform is beneficial for opening up dialogue and pushing forward transformation.

1.Enterprise growth and the entrance and exit of state-owned capital

2.A shift in the dominant direction of SOE reform

3.Privatization and the entrance and exit of state-owned capital

4.Adjusting "licensed management" and the layout of state-owned capital

5.Areas and forms that state capital can play a role in


Issue 322
By staff reporter Zhang Lu
The case reveals a number of loopholes in bank loan approval procedures and SOEs’ supervision of their deposits.
By intern reporter You Xi
In the face of decreasing external liquidity and decelerating loan growth, China’s central bank is transforming into a capital provider.
By staff reporters Lu Wei and Zuo Lin
Forced demolitions under the guise of urban village renewal led to a “lesson in blood” in Yangji Village.
By staff reporters He Tao, Sun Tao and Xu Jing
The various supplements and drugs have in effect become placebos, symbolizing the perilous journey for students in their preparations for the college entrance examination.

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