Editorial: Northeast China Must Shed ‘Big Government’ Mindset
How can the economy of Northeast China, the country’s backbone for three decades into the 1980s, be revived?
The question has become a hot topic of debate of late.
A Peking University panel of scholars led by former World Bank Vice President Justin Yifu Lin released a report in August, offering its therapy to restructure and upgrade the economy of Jilin, one of the three provinces of Northeast China.
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