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Interview: Is it high time to lose the ‘control’ and embrace the ‘freedom’?

03-05-2012 23:53 BJT

Q1: The drop in the foreign trade is not equally compensated by the growth of domestic demands. Does this mean in 2012 Chinese economy will be driven with only one force instead of the original of investment and export?

Q2: The small and medium sized enterprises are vital to maintain the employment rate and keeping the economic growth. But now the living environment for SMEs is harsh, will SMEs get out of this cold winter in 2012?

Q3: The situation of "state advancing and the private backward" now exists in many areas of Chinese economy. What’s your take?

Q4: The world bank has urged China to commercialize the country’s banking system, gradually removing interest rate controls, deepening the capital market and further developing independent and strong regulatory bodies to support the eventual integration of China’s financial sector within the global financial system. A priority is to liberalize interest rates according to market principles. For decades, Chinese government has kept a firm grasp on the country’s macro economy policies. It serves China well. Is it high time to lose the ‘control’ and embrace the ‘freedom’?

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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