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Title: Will China liberalize?
Authors: Zweig, David
Keywords: Rent seeking behavior
Political liberalization
Market liberalization
State owned enterprises
Foreign trade
Issue Date: 24-Apr-1997
Citation: This paper was originally presented as a lecture at the "Greater China in 2010, Scenario Planning Project," Canadian Centre for Management Development, de la Salle Academy, Ottawa, Ontario, 6 June 1996.
Series/Report no.: Working Papers in the Social Sciences ; No. 6
Abstract: China will “liberalize” economically in the coming 10 to 15 years. Market forces will expand. China will continue to open economically to the rest of the world. Over the medium term, China’s liberalization is will develop most extensively in its foreign trade sector, while regional interests will both constrain and promote domestic market liberalization This economic liberalization will not necessarily lead to political liberalization. Corruption, inflation and economic stagnation could seriously threaten the system.
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