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40 Years of Reform

Looking back at how China started to look to the outside world, gradually broke away from a Soviet-style planned economy and embraced the market since 1978

How the Compass Used to Steer China’s Reforms First Took Form on a Boat in 1985

The first installment in a five-part series about the economists behind China’s reform

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12 18, 2018 18:18 PM

China Vows to Open Up Wider to World

In speech marking 40 years of reform, President Xi Jinping highlights shared global commitments

12 18, 2018 17:40 PM

Gallery: China’s 'Firsts' Since Reform and Opening-Up

Since reforms began, country has seen its first astronaut, Olympics and cloned monkeys

12 18, 2018 12:41 PM

Editorial: Accountability for Hidden Local Debt Must Tackle the Root of the Problem

It is not a purely financial issue. It is a result of the failure to coordinate reforms in political, economic, and social arenas

12 17, 2018 20:58 PM

Caixin View: Curb Your Enthusiasm Over Big China Meetings

This week's annual economics powwow and the reform and opening up celebrations may generate headlines but don't expect any big policy announcements or changes

12 14, 2018 18:18 PM

Opinion: Central Economic Work Conference Expected to Focus on Tax Cuts, Opening-Up

Key upcoming planning meeting to adjust monetary priorities to deal with new, unexpected risks

12 14, 2018 14:57 PM

Policymakers Face Tough Choices at Key Economic Meeting

Cutting growth target, raising fiscal deficit, resolving trade war with U.S. will be up for debate at annual conference

12 14, 2018 04:21 AM

Politburo Hints at Priorities Ahead of Key Economic Meeting

Top leadership signals plans to maintain economic growth and support jobs, trade and investment

12 05, 2018 14:45 PM

Opinion: Hong Kong’s Key Role in 40 Years of Reform

Looking into the future, Hong Kong needs to adjust to a new role in fueling China’s development

12 04, 2018 15:31 PM

Zhang Jun: Will China Suffer Soviet Union's Fate by Competing With U.S.?

Predictions of China’s demise have been greatly exaggerated, but decision-makers must be responsive to changing conditions, writes Zhang Jun

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