Maintaining leadership in China’s next round of reforms
This chapter suggests that Guangdong province’s next round of reforms be staged in both the economic domain and in the government system. Guangdong’s governmental reform should establish a more open and transparent government, and a more flexible culture and value system. First, Guangdong should transform into a service-oriented government by building a regulated, internationalized, fair business environment. Second, Guangdong should ensure a ‘rule of law’ government. Third, Guangdong needs to further ease restrictions for the registration of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) while reducing the size of government. Finally, Guangdong needs to build a more open and flexible cultural and value system, while increasing tolerance in government.
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