Deng Xiaoping


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Deng Xiaoping

A 20th-century Chinese statesman. Active in the Communist Party of China throughout his entire career, he served as China's de facto leader from 1978 until 1992. He was the major force behind China's pro-market reforms, including the establishment of a private sector and the acceptance of international trade. His reforms are credited with turning China into a global economic player. Deng lived from 1904 to 1997.
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Today, criticism, while still very few, is beginning with personalities like Deng Pufang, eldest son of Deng Xiaoping.
After all, as Deng Xiaoping promised, there would be room for various views within the Hong Kong government.
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Zhang makes a convincing argument that Deng Xiaoping calculatingly used the Chinese military instrument to achieve strategic, domestic, and personal goals.
There is hardly any literature discussing the economic advancement of modern China yet failing to make reference to Deng Xiaoping. A towering figure in Chinese history, second only to Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping formed part of Chinese politics from the day the People's Republic of China was proclaimed in Beijing, in 1949 (Shambaugh1993; Yang 1993).
1977: The disgraced deputy Prime Minister of China, Deng Xiaoping, returns to Chinese Government.
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The CITIC Group formerly the China International Trust and Investment Corporation, is a state-owned investment company of the People's Republic of China, established by Rong Yiren in 1979 with the approval of Deng Xiaoping. Its headquarters are in Chaoyang District, Beijing.
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