New York Times Upfront. Feb 19, 2001, Vol. 133 Issue 12, 14
Politics -- China, Socialism -- China, and China -- Politics and government
FOCUS: Young Chinese Dump Communist Ideals, Embrace Individualism and Capitalism TEACHING OBJECTIVES To help students understand the sweeping reforms that are transforming China from a Communist to a capitalist economy, [...]
The Economist. Dec 14, 1996, Vol. 341 Issue 7996, p61, 2 p. photograph
Government ownership -- China, Government business enterprises -- China, Socialism -- China, and Mixed economy -- China
China is trying to balance its socialist ideals with market economics in its government-owned businesses, to little or no avail. Virtually all of them are now losing money as their output falls and they are unable to lay off workers.
Newsweek. April 1, 1996, Vol. 127 Issue 14, p32, 1 p. photograph
Conservatism -- China, Socialism -- China, Income distribution -- China, and China -- Economic policy
A braintrust of neoconservatives, who aim to roll back Deng's market reforms to lessen income disparity between urban and rural China, seems likely to gain ideological control of China after the passing of Deng. The Communist party plans to review its basic ideology in its next annual meeting.