A high enough real-estate tax will certainly bring down housing prices in China, argue some experts while others disagree
The new carsharing industry needs both supportive government policies and a set of detailed regulation rules.
A Tsinghua professor argues that the social security contributions paid by Chinese companies are too high and government assets should play a larger part in covering social security.
Government decisions must be made following statutory procedures, and the Lifelong Accountability System should curb power and prevent poor decision-making
China should pursue a big-picture approach to realize regionally balanced urbanization, including infrastructure development in underdeveloped regions, says Professor Ren Yuan.
China's income gap is narrowing as the middle class grows, but much of the easy fruit has already been plucked.