Trends in the Transformation of the Structure of Ownership Systems in Our Country, and the General Direction of Development of the Private Economy
Last year, related government departments were able to calculate, on the basis of the statistics in the hands of the State Statistical Bureau, the relative weights, respectively, of the state-owned economic sector, the collective economies, and the economies that are not under the public-ownership system (which consist mainly of individual and private economies as well as foreign direct investment) in our country's gross domestic production since 1978. The results of this compilation are shown in Table 1.
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Volume (Year): 30 (1997)
Issue (Month): 6 (November)
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