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Gorbachev's Reform: Road to Ruin (Special Issue No.54, 2015)

2016-01-25

With a goal to revitalize socialism and to accelerate the economic development of the Soviet Union, Gorbachev's reform, however, turned out contrary to the original wishes and resulted in the disintegration of the Party and the Soviet Union.

Reagan’s Reform: Leading the American Economy out of Stagflation (Special Issue No.53, 2015)

2016-01-25

In view of the reform methodology, the success of former US President Ronald Reagan’s reform is ascribed to its effective strategies and tactics.

Thatcher’ Reform: Remedying British Disease with an Iron Hand (Special Issue No.52, 2015)

2016-01-25

After the Second World War, the UK suffered from severe stagflation for about 30 years, causing a series of social problems.

Reforms in Taiwan after 1949: Tough Decisions Made at Stake (Special Issue No.51,2015)

2016-01-25

Taiwan authorities have carried out a series of reforms in the field of land, taxation, industry, finance etc. since the retreat of Kuomintang (KMT) to Taiwan in 1949.

Two Types of Companies Should Guard against Five Development Trends

2016-01-15

The two types of companies undertake multiple reform tasks of transforming state asset management mechanisms by prioritizing capital management.

Suggestions on Promoting Overall Listing of SOEs --Views on Shanghai’s Experience for SOEs’ Overall Listing Reform

2016-01-15

Overall listing is a crucial measure for deepening state-owned enterprises’ (SOEs) reform, which will help promote the corporate governance reform of SOEs, resolve fundamentally the problem of reversed shareholding structure and formulate a driver mechanism for continuously advancing reform.

Transformation and Development of Coal Cities in Inner Mongolia and Shannxi Provinces:Relevant Approaches and Policy Options

2016-01-15

The basic approach is to fully unleash values of coal resources including fuels and raw materials, make breakthroughs in non-fossil fuels by category, shift the focus of development from city construction onto city services and lay emphasis on warding off the risks of corporate withdrawal.

Analysis of Foreign Trade Performance in the Second Half of 2015 and Outlook on 2016

2016-01-15

To have a timely grasp of China’s export performance, we conducted questionnaire surveys on difficulties and problems facing foreign trade businesses so as to offer objective evidence for policy adjustment.