Author: Sheng Hua
Category: Business & Economics
For the outside world to understand modern Chinese movements is an extremely difficult, if not insurmountable task. This book, for the first time written by true insiders, reflects the approach the Chinese have pursued since the last century and especially why after so many successful or unsuccessful revolutions they finally took up reform as a means to solve their national problem. As senior advisers to the Chinese leaders the authors expose the undercurrents pushing the leaders to the brink of economic reform, and the obvious achievements of the early reform as well as the latent seeds for the later crisis.