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China’s marketisation has taken a hit, and pro-market economists blame Beijing interference

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s marketisation – the increased exposure of industries to market forces rather than state intervention – has fallen, prompting domestic pro-market economists to criticise Beijing’s continued interference in the country’s economic activities.A newly released marketisation index by the National Economic Research Institute (NERI) – providing a province-level marketisation breakdown that gauges the extent of pro-market reforms and measures the quality of market institutions, on a scale of…

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China’s marketisation – the increased exposure of industries to market forces rather than state intervention – has fallen, prompting domestic pro-market economists to criticise Beijing’s continued interference in the country’s economic activities.A newly released marketisation index by the National Economic Research Institute (NERI) – providing a province-level marketisation breakdown that gauges the extent of pro-market reforms and measures the quality of market institutions, on a scale of…

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