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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/State_capitalism

Instead of assuming higher industrialised forms, private capitalism has assumed the most wretched and shabby forms of black marketeering and money speculation. Industrial capitalism has developed to become state capitalism. Formerly state officials and officials from private capital were critical, often very hostile towards ...

www.answers.com/Q/What_form_has_capitalism_taken_hold_of_in_modern_china

The capitalism in China today is decidedly Western. They are asobsessed with wealth as any Western nation, but it is only for anelite class, and the gap between the poor and rich is much larger.

www.wbur.org/onpoint/2011/09/14/deng-xiaoping

Sep 14, 2011 ... We're talking with eminent East Asia scholar Ezra Vogel about the man behind China's astounding rise — Paramount Leader Deng Xiaoping. ... Ezra Vogel, is an Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences Emeritus at Harvard University and has written on Japan, China, and Asia. He's the author of ...

mezosfera.org/chinese-globalization-confucian-capitalism-and-transnationalism

Oct 26, 2017 ... Reacting to the Western hegemony including its weaponized universalism, as a long after effect of previous anti-imperialist struggles, China has been ... It seems to take a pre-modern and a postmodern globalization at the same time to understand how China fashions its vision for the global future.

www.businessinsider.com/how-china-went-from-communist-to-capitalist-2015-10

Oct 10, 2015 ... Founded in 1949 as a hardline socialist country, the People's Republic of China has steadily embraced the tenets of capitalism, especially since economic reforms were enacted in 1978. Today, China's economy is the second-largest in the world and will likely overtake the U.S. sometime this century.

www.europe-solidaire.org/spip.php?article35764

May 15, 2014 ... In a narrower sense, I also refer to a kind of capitalism where the state sector has become dominant in relation to the private sector. In Western Europe, the weight of ... But nowhere has it been more prominent than in the history of China, in both traditional and modern times." [6]. Like all Communist Parties ...

www.economist.com/node/21543160

Jan 21, 2012 ... Many Asian countries have a strong mandarin culture; South Africa and Brazil do not. Coal India is hardly an advertisement for efficiency (see article). And everywhere state capitalism favours well-connected insiders over innovative outsiders. In China highly educated princelings have taken the spoils.

www.theatlantic.com/china/archive/2013/03/why-the-china-model-isnt-going-away/274237

Mar 21, 2013 ... Yet in the China model, the Beijing government maintains a high degree of control over the economy, but it is hardly returning to socialism. Instead, Beijing has developed a hybrid form of capitalism in which it has opened its economy to some extent, but it also ensures the government controls strategic ...

www.scmp.com/business/global-economy/article/1792256/question-hong-kong-what-kind-capitalism-does-society-want

May 10, 2015 ... Must Hong Kong's traditional, predatory form of capitalism always prevail over an evolution to a more communitarian style that works towards the common interest? While Occupy showed a part of society passionately believes that Hong Kong has lost its fulcrum, its balance of shared prosperity, there is a ...