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Q: It has been reported that China's SOEs, which use half of the State's fixed assets and 60 percent of bank loans, produce only one third of total industrial output. Is this true? China has adopted the SOE reform since 1986. How are the reforms being carried out and to what effect?
Q: The rapid development of small- and medium-sized enterprises has absorbed a large proportion o he country's labor force. How has China encouraged and supported the development of these enterprises?
Q: Many people had feared that China's entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001 would bring catastrophe to certain industries in the country. Have the past three years justified the fear? What sort of challenges will China face in the financial and agricultural sectors?
Q: Many people believe that the root cause of the slow progress of SOE reform is the backward State assets management system. Is this true? China is now trying to intensify the reform of State assets management. What is the goal of the reform?
Q: It is reported that during the reform of SOEs, some managers became millionaires or even billionaires by pocketing large amounts of State assets. Please explain what caused the losses of State assets and what measures will China take to stop it.
Q: It is said that China is encouraging some large SOEs to go public abroad in order to accelerate the establishment of a modern corporate system. Why are these companies being encouraged to get listed abroad, considering there is great domestic demand for their shares?
Q: Except for a very small proportion of mega-companies run exclusively by the State, more than 80 percent of China's SOEs have gone through shareholding reform. What are the ways to realize shareholding reform? Why is the shareholding system the major form of public ownership?
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