China delays property law amid rights dispute – Mure Dickie

From the Financial Times (link):

China is revising a draft after delaying passage of the long-awaited legislation because of fierce ideological debate among officials and academics over its balancing of state and private rights.

The dispute over the Property Law highlights political sensitivities that continue to surround Communist-ruled China’s embrace of the market and echoes differences on other issues such as the degree to which the economy should be opened to foreign and private investment.

March 9, 2006 10:47 AM
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