Socialism worked for China

I was surprised that in his article on China (23 January) David McWilliams had nothing to say about the country's model of social and economic development.

29th January, 2005

I was surprised that in his article on China (23 January) David McWilliams had nothing to say about the country's model of social and economic development.

When writing about the country's future, it is crucial to mention its success in terms of human development.

For example, China and India are two comparable countries. They are located in the same region, they have similar levels of population, and at the end of the second world war, had...

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