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Several Questions Concerning the Reform and Development of State-Owned Enterprises (October 25, 1996)


  • Wu Bangguo


>i>Comrades:>/i> The leadership of the Central Party School wants me to introduce to you some of the current situation with regard to the reform and development of state-owned enterprises. In general, since the beginning of reform and opening up, our country's state-owned enterprises have continued to grow and get stronger in the course of deepening reform. In particular, in recent years, the dynamics of reform have intensified gradually and the pace has accelerated, and with that, we have made many fruitful explorations, blazed some paths, accumulated many valuable experiences, and achieved a certain measure of successâthe situation with regard to the reform and growth of state-owned enterprises is a good one. Nonetheless, in this process, there are indeed some difficulties and problems. With regard to the problems of the reform and growth of state-owned enterprises, in the following I shall share my opinions on three areas that seem to concern everyone. There are some other opinions that I have already shared at last year's Central Party School colloquium, and I shall not repeat them here.

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  • Wu Bangguo, 1997. "Several Questions Concerning the Reform and Development of State-Owned Enterprises (October 25, 1996)," Chinese Economy, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 30(2), pages 6-47, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:mes:chinec:v:30:y:1997:i:2:p:6-47

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