The Pudong financial district of Shanghai. While it is true that the Chinese economy has a higher degree of state intervention than many developed economies, its fast growth can hardly be used as a case against free market capitalism, says the writer
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The Pudong financial district of Shanghai. While it is true that the Chinese economy has a higher degree of state intervention than many developed economies, its fast growth can hardly be used as a case against free market capitalism, says the writer.
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