Schafer, Sarah; Liu, Melinda
March 2007
Bulletin with Newsweek;3/13/2007, Vol. 125 Issue 6560, p68
The article informs that the stock market of China has started to bounce back and has presented a challenge to Beijing which is anxious to keep the country's semicapitalist economy growing as it heads into the 2008 Olympics. Stock exchanges of Shanghai and Shenzhen are critical to the ruling Communist Party's development plans as they provide a channel for enterprising Chinese firms to raise capital and a way to privatize inefficient state-run companies.


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