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China is laying out plans to dramatically reform its health care system by expanding coverage for hundreds of millions of farmers, migrant workers and city residents. To fix a system plagued by rising costs and diminishing access, the country is moving away from the market reforms introduced in the 1980s and returning to a more socialist health care system.
2009 – Deng Undone (Council on Foreign Relations’ mouthpiece thinks it’s bad to think of their own people!?)
The year 2008 marked the 30th anniversary of the beginning of market reforms in China — and perhaps the third anniversary of their ending. Since the present Chinese leadership took power, market-oriented liberalization has been minor. And as such policies have wound down, they have been supplanted by renewed state intervention: price controls, the reversal of privatization, the rollback of measures encouraging competition, and new barriers to investment.
Earl Browder vs Max Shachtman – Is Russia a Socialist Community?