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June 2016 Issue | by News China Magazine

The impact of China’s tax reform will go beyond economics

China’s tax code has become a major contributor to the hot-button issues of rocketing housing prices and industrial overcapacity.

May 2016 Issue | by News China Magazine

China’s challenges and solutions,  according to its leaders

It has been estimated that reducing excessive production capacity by 10 percent in six industries would necessitate letting go about two million workers.

April 2016 Issue | by News China Magazine

China needs a comprehensive approach to addressing demographic challenges

The government should consider completely liberalizing the family planning policy to allow people, married or unmarried, to decide how many children they want to have.

March 2016 Issue | by News China Magazine

Promoting innovation remains the key for China’s economy

The bulk of China’s scientific expertise and resources is located in State-controlled research institutions.

February 2016 Issue | by News China Magazine

China needs to tackle its ‘supply-side’ problem

It now has become clear that the major problem does not lie in a lack of consumer demand, but in the domestic supply chain.

January 2016 Issue | by News China Magazine

China needs to undergo ‘creative destruction’ to inject new energy into its economy

China must seriously reform its current governance and create a market-oriented economic ecosystem that rewards innovation

December 2015 Issue | by News China Magazine

China needs to speed up its own free trade initiative to counter the TPP

Two years after the scheme’s establishment, progress made in the free trade zones has been limited.

November 2015 Issue | by News China Magazine

China must look beyond the growth rate to address its economic problems

Although domestic officials have stressed that the Chinese economy will not experience a ‘hard landing,’ most agree that the country will face a long period of economic slowdown

October 2015 Issue | by News China Magazine

Ensuring public safety is a basic responsibility of the government

This string of accidents and disasters has revealed the deeply embedded problem of lax enforcement of safety standards resulting from China’s rapid urbanization.

September 2015 Issue | by News China Magazine

China is on the right track in restructuring its economy

Positive trends in economic development are taking place, with the government making more of an effort to restructure the economy to be more people-oriented and environmentally friendly.

August 2015 Issue | by News China Magazine

One Belt, One Road could be China’s best soft power project

As China’s foreign policy adopts a more global scope, the government should make a serious effort to promote and encourage study of the relevant regions to cope with its shift in diplomatic focus

July 2015 Issue | by News China Magazine

China needs to coordinate its new fiscal and monetary policies

A major reason why small and medium-sized businesses struggle to access financing is that the financial system remains in thrall to big State banks

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