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The Chinese Non-state sector How do you evaluate the growth of the non-state or private sector in the Chinese economy during

The Chinese Non-State important

• One of the most elements Sector of the reform era

• Helped to transform the

industrial sector

• Has created competition

for SOE

• Most of the growth in

industrial output has come from collectives and other non-state owned enterprises

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