China is not heading toward a market economy, often due to its own policies, report concludes

China has fallen short of meeting its stated reform goals and is not on track to become a market economy, a report assessing China’s development has concluded.As a result, the United States and other market economies must develop commercial rules to protect their systems better when they deal with China until it becomes a more open economy, according to the report, China Pathfinder, published by the Atlantic Council and Rhodium Group on Tuesday.The…

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