No More Chinese Communist Party

March 3, 2010

NYT:

Filed under: Uncategorized — carryanne @ 10:47 am

Communist Party Needs to Loosen Its Grip in China

“strong and privileged interest groups and commercialized local governments are blocking equal distribution of the benefits of economic growth throughout society,” thereby rendering futile the Communist Party’s “strategy of trading economic growth for people’s consent to its absolute rule.”

Prime Minister Wen Jiabao pledged Saturday to redouble efforts to increase the share of national income going to households, rather than enterprises, but his government has shown no sign of wanting to rein in rich and powerful state-owned companies.

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