Editorial: China’s Economic Transition Requires Open Government
Nine years after China introduced regulations mandating government information disclosure, policymakers and experts are stepping up efforts to amend the rules to further promote a system of open governance and strengthen citizens’ right to information. The revision gives policymakers an opportunity to create a regulatory framework that can better serve China’s economic transformation at a time when old, clunky industries are being replaced by high-tech manufacturing and services.
The Editor-in-Chief of Caixin Media.
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