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“But officials in Beijing now preside over an economy that exemplifies "socialism with Chinese characteristics" - in other words, a state-led, market-oriented system that is communist in name only.”
“It's quite clear that the model of state-led capitalism is being used as an instrument of China's soft power," said Robert D. Hormats, the U.S. State Department's Under Secretary for Economic Affairs.”
“As China burrows into local economies, leaders from South Africa to Ethiopia have been touting its model for development—one that stresses state-led growth, validates tight-fisted political control and offers a powerful counterpoint to the free-market democracy mantra promoted by the U.S.”
“The case, one of 20 filed so far challenging the law, is considered among the most crucial because it is the furthest along of the state-led lawsuits ...”
“DAVOS, Switzerland—U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner sharply criticized China's state-led economic system on Friday, the latest salvo in an escalating trade conflict between the two countries.”
“China's state-led capitalist system emerged as a hot topic at the World Economic Forum this week, as participants pondered the country's economic success in contrast to recent challenges faced by more free-market systems in the U.S. and Europe.”
“Bankruptcy for the district or a state-led bailout no longer appear to be options for the district.”
“Second, state-led development and investment is costly, especially when the international context becomes less favourable.”
“The Latin dictatorships had generally pursued protectionist and state-led economic strategies.”
“Yet there is mounting evidence that the old, state-led model isn't working out so well.”
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