Why Can a Large City Like Qinhuangdao Not Accommodate a Small Individual Venture?
AbstractHebei Daily >b>editor's note:>/b> Peasants going into the cities to go into business or the service professions is an inevitable trend that will bring prosperity to town and country and eventually solve the problem of feeding and clothing China's 800 million peasants. Allowing them to do so is a major policy decision of the party's Central Committee. At present, all localities, from municipalities directly administered by the central government down to counties and small towns, have opened their doors to this practice and are creating the necessary conditions for it. Qinhuangdao seems to be the only exception. As large as it is, it cannot even tolerate a peasant who sells meat dumplings. The city may truly be described as an iron-walled city with an impenetrable defense.
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Volume (Year): 21 (1987)
Issue (Month): 2 (January)
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