China Starts to Deepen Economic Reform
Jason 2014-11-12 11:12:44
|President Xi Jinping said at the 2014 APEC CEO Summit opening ceremony on Sunday that comprehensively deepening reform will not only liberate productive forces but also unleash the vitality of society. Following are some major economic reforms introduced since the Third Plenum of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, which are expected to continue playing a significant role in China's economic and social development:
China is welcoming private investors to participate in a State-owned enterprise stockholding reform. The State Council is expected to issue a list of SOEs early next year for this key reform, which has already begun for many SOEs in most of China's 30 provincial-level areas.
By the end of October, more than 20 such areas had unveiled their opinions - which amount to de facto action plans - on the knotty reforms, which may serve as a reference for the central authorities. The total property value of the central and local SOEs amounts to about 98 trillion yuan ($16.33 trillion).
The purpose of the reform is to improve the performance of SOEs in market performance and service to the public. Analysts believe private investors stand to benefit from the opening-up of markets that were formerly dominated by lackluster SOEs, if the government can translate its words into deeds.
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