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They do, however, provide glimpses of how Chinese reform is operating at a microeconomic level, and of the issues that Chinese teachers and officials regard as important. Although the current Chinese resistance to political change differentiates its reform from the transition to market economies in most other previously Communist countries, there remain of course substantial areas of similarity. The Case Studies One common characteristic of all socialist countries is that they have developed a structure of relative prices that is very different both from the underlying cost structure and from those generally prevailing on world markets.
To Western ears this may sound a rather startling objectiveindeed, the potentially conflicting objectives between the professional managers and long-term shareholders has at times been an area of concern in the West. In the Chinese context, however, the ultimate ownership of state enterprises by the "whole people" has to be taken as given, at least by participants in a discussion such as is reported here. What the reformers were seeking was to reduce government and Party interference with managerial decisions.