China rolled out its nine-year compulsory education programme in the 1980s. Parents are required to send their school-age children to study, and funding for public schools is guaranteed by the state. Photo: Randy Faris/Corbis
Celia Chen
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Across The Border by Celia Chen

Markets divided on true effects of China’s new private school law

Uncertainty remains over how new rules will affect profit-making schools

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China rolled out its nine-year compulsory education programme in the 1980s. Parents are required to send their school-age children to study, and funding for public schools is guaranteed by the state. Photo: Randy Faris/Corbis
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