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China Needs Political Reform, Made Wisely

On the eve of China celebrating the 30th anniversary for its first special economic zones, Premier Wen Jiabao called for political reform to safeguard its economic health. Dean Steven Currall is quoted extensively. “Any flourishing economy must have the environment of ethical and transparent decision making, accountability for business and government leaders,” said Currall, who recently returned from a two-week trip to China. “I applaud as he (Premier Wen) advanced political reform to further enhance ethical transparency and accountability.”