Private Ownership Reconsidered in China
The Chinese government continues to advocate for "pushing ahead with market reforms, elevating living standards and re-employing workers left jobless by economic reforms. But nowhere did the government...confirm what diplomats and foreign analysts expected to take place-- adding private ownership to the constitution of an ostensibly communist land that is fast embracing the free market. The hints, however, were everywhere....Private property rights are a key demand of China's entrepreneurs, and it would boost private investment."
Thanks to Connie Chung