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Bridging the Gap Between China's Central and Local Governments

Mar 9, 2016 | 09:15 GMT
China is one of the few credible challengers to U.S. political, economic and military supremacy.

The gap between central and local interests is a fundamental concern for Beijing. Since the start of "Reform and Opening" in 1978, the distribution of fiscal and administrative power among China's central and local governments has fluctuated. With reforms on the horizon, China again faces the problem of enforcing national policies....

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