With the recent convening of the Fifteenth Party Congress, the issue of reforming China's state-owned enterprises has again received extensive coverage in the public media. There has been much talk of "privatization." The two speeches translated here, in this first of a two-part issue on China's state-owned enterprises, shed important background on the thinking of top officials in the months prior to the Fifteenth Party Congress. The first is by Wu Bangguo, member of the Politburo and vice premier in charge of the reform of state-owned enterprises. It was given as a speech to the Central Party School on October 25, 1996. The second is by Hong Hu, deputy director of the State Commission on Economic Restructuring, and was also given as a speech to the Central Party School on May 31, 1996.
Volume (Year): 30 (1997)
Issue (Month): 2 (March)
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