Prominent China economist Wu Jinglian, “spiritual leader” of the country’s pro-market reformist camp, was excluded from a 40th anniversary Top 100 honours list of contributors. Photo: Handout Prominent China economist Wu Jinglian, “spiritual leader” of the country’s pro-market reformist camp, was excluded from a 40th anniversary Top 100 honours list of contributors. Photo: Handout
Prominent China economist Wu Jinglian, “spiritual leader” of the country’s pro-market reformist camp, was excluded from a 40th anniversary Top 100 honours list of contributors. Photo: Handout
China economy

Pro-market economist excluded from China’s reform and opening up honours list

  • ‘Spiritual leader’ of pro-market reforms ignored in 40th anniversary top 100 of contributors to China’s economic transformation
  • Critics charge his absence is political and signals an end to market-led era

Topic |   China economy
Prominent China economist Wu Jinglian, “spiritual leader” of the country’s pro-market reformist camp, was excluded from a 40th anniversary Top 100 honours list of contributors. Photo: Handout Prominent China economist Wu Jinglian, “spiritual leader” of the country’s pro-market reformist camp, was excluded from a 40th anniversary Top 100 honours list of contributors. Photo: Handout
Prominent China economist Wu Jinglian, “spiritual leader” of the country’s pro-market reformist camp, was excluded from a 40th anniversary Top 100 honours list of contributors. Photo: Handout
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