The Political Fortunes of Shanghai's `World Economic Herald'

@article{Wright1990ThePF,
  title={The Political Fortunes of Shanghai's `World Economic Herald'},
  author={Kate Wright},
  journal={The Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs},
  year={1990},
  pages={121 - 132}
}
  • K. Wright
  • Published 1 January 1990
  • Political Science
  • The Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs
The World Economic Herald (Shijie jingji daobao) earned its reputation as China's most liberal and forthright newspaper soon after its foundation in 1980. For the first two years of publication it confined itself to issues of international economics, but then began addressing questions about China's economy. In the past two years or so the paper had adopted as its working premise the idea that without political reform China's economic reforms will falter. The weekly newspaper is by far the most… 

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