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The State-Owned Enterprises Pour Out Their Hearts

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The issue of the reform and development of state-owned enterprises, which is closely related to the political principle of adhering to the system of public ownership as the core of our social and economic system, has increasingly become a hot subject of current discussion. Nonetheless, opinions on this issue are far from unified; different people have divergent views on the matter and opinions span the entire spectrum. How do the factory directors, managers, cadres, and workers in these state-owned enterprisesâthose who have themselves tasted of all the anguish and the bitter-sweetness of the issuesâlook at and deal with this problem? In the following, we have put together, in what we hope is a coherent way, a record of these people's pouring out of their hearts and their most sincere feelings on the matter.

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  • Yang Famin, 1997. "The State-Owned Enterprises Pour Out Their Hearts," Chinese Economy, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 30(4), pages 6-28, July.
  • Handle: RePEc:mes:chinec:v:30:y:1997:i:4:p:6-28
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