OECD's first Economic Survey of China documents the encouraging
extent to which structural reforms in China have triggered a
durable process of economic development. At the same time, the
report points out where additional reform is needed. The major
themes of the report include improving the framework for the
private sector, labour market reforms, ageing, and reform of the
public sector and the financial system. SPECIAL FEATURES: Enhancing
growth prospects; Financial system modernisation; Business sector
competitiveness; Industrial productivity and profitability;
Assessing the size of the private sector; Labour market reform;
Ageing and pension reform; Central-local fiscal relations
Organization For Economic Co-Operation And Development (Oecd)
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