China Needs Less Corruption And More Education
China's wealth gap will indeed hamper its further development--it's becoming clearer and clearer ("China's wealth gap," Asian Edition Cover Story, May 8). I agree that we are not expecting fast results, although the Chinese government executed a series of favorable policies. The Chinese government should pay more attention to at least two things: eliminating corruption and implementing universal education.
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