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Zhu Rongji served as party secretary and mayor of Shanghai from 1987 to early 1991. During that time, he began to reorganize state-owned industries, cracked down on bureaucratism, planned major reforms in land leasing and public housing, initiated massive infrastructure projects, launched construction projects in Pudong, which eventually doubled the developed land area of Shanghai, and laid the groundwork to transform Shanghai into China's financial center. In addition to these reforms, he became known for his work to eradicate corruption and was also responsible for maintaining calm in Shanghai during the political turmoil of June 1989. Many of these experiences as mayor influenced national policymaking when he went on to serve as China’s Vice Premier and premier.

Table of Contents

  1. Front Cover, Front Flap
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Table of Contents
  2. pp. iii-viii
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  1. Publication Note
  2. pp. ix-x
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. xi-xii
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 1-7
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  1. 1987
  1. 1. Indigenizing Production of the Santana
  2. pp. 8-19
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  1. 1988
  1. 2. Make the Supply of Non-Staple Foods for Shanghai's Residents a Breakthrough Point in Our Work
  2. pp. 20-22
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  1. 3. Utilizing Foreign Investment and Developing Foreign Trade
  2. pp. 23-25
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  1. 4. Changes in Thinking Can Bring Great Hope to Shanghai
  2. pp. 26-27
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  1. 5. Invigorate Shanghai's Finances, Support Economic Revitalization
  2. pp. 28-30
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  1. 6. Speed Up Indigenous Production of Very Large-Scale Integrated Circuits
  2. pp. 31-32
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  1. 7. Unite and Strive Together to Do Good Economic Work
  2. pp. 33-43
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  1. 8. Speech at the First Plenary Session of the Ninth Shanghai People's Congress
  2. pp. 44-65
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  1. 9. Do a Good Job of Supplying Non-Staple Foods in the Spirit of Reform and Truth-Seeking
  2. pp. 66-69
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  1. 10. Foreign Trade: The Vanguard for Shanghai's Development of an Externally Oriented Economy
  2. pp. 70-76
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  1. 11. The Shanghai Municipal Government Must Be Prepared to Fight Hard for Revitalization
  2. pp. 77-80
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  1. 12. Play to Our Strengths in Science and Technology, and Fight the Good Fight for Key Industrial Projects
  2. pp. 81-86
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  1. 13. Some Principles for Establishing the Shanghai Foreign Investment Commission
  2. pp. 87-91
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  1. 14. A Few Comments on the Devolution of Powers
  2. pp. 92-94
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  1. 15. Press Conference Announcing the Establishment of the Shanghai Foreign Investment Commission
  2. pp. 95-100
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  1. 16. A Conversation with American Author Harrison Salisbury
  2. pp. 101-106
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  1. 17. The Research Office of the City Government Should Become the Mayor's Brain Trust
  2. pp. 107-110
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  1. 18. A Speech at Fudan University
  2. pp. 111-124
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  1. 19. Three Expectations of All City Officials at the Bureau Level and Above
  2. pp. 125-131
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  1. 20. An Interview with Kevin Sinclair of The Standard (Hong Kong)
  2. pp. 132-136
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  1. 21. Let Enterprises Swim by Themselves in the Markets
  2. pp. 137-139
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  1. 22. A Conversation with Siegfried Lengi, Secretary of the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development
  2. pp. 140-146
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  1. 23. Develop High-Quality Services and Improve the Investment Environment
  2. pp. 147-150
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  1. 24. Some Specific Thoughts Regarding the Development of Pudong
  2. pp. 151-155
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  1. 25. Invigorate Large and Medium State-Owned Enterprises
  2. pp. 156-161
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  1. 26. The Problems of Dirt and Disorder in Shanghai
  2. pp. 162-163
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  1. 27. Work Assigned by Leaders Should Be Carried Out Thoroughly
  2. pp. 164-165
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  1. 28. Remarks at Three Study Meetings of the Members of the Standing Committee of the Municipal Party Committee
  2. pp. 166-173
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  1. 29. We Muse Use Foreign Investments Boldly
  2. pp. 174-177
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  1. 30. Promoting the Tight Integration of Sci-Tech with Production
  2. pp. 178-185
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  1. 31. Bonuses Should Reward the Diligent and Penalize the Lazy
  2. pp. 186-187
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  1. 32. What Matters in a Legal System Is Its Effectiveness
  2. pp. 188-189
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  1. 33. Always Remember That We Are Servants of the People
  2. pp. 190-191
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  1. 34. Letters and Petitions Are an Important Way to Keep in Touch with the People
  2. pp. 192-198
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  1. 35. We Are Resolved to Rectify the Taxi Industry
  2. pp. 199-203
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  1. 36. A Conversation with C. Y. Leung, Director of Jones Lang Wooten (Hong Kong)
  2. pp. 204-211
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  1. 37. A Joint Interview with Japanese Correspondents Based in Shanghai
  2. pp. 212-219
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  1. 38. A Conversation with the World Bank's Shahid Javed Burki and Delegation
  2. pp. 220-227
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  1. 39. A Conversation with German Expert Werner Gerich
  2. pp. 228-235
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  1. 40. Quality Is Shanghai's Lifeblood
  2. pp. 236-239
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  1. 41. A Few Comments about Economic Hot Spots
  2. pp. 240-247
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  1. 1989
  1. 42. The Key Issues and Key Tasks to Focus on in 1989
  2. pp. 248-254
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  1. 43. Eliminate Slush Funds
  2. pp. 255-256
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  1. 44. A Letter to the Shanghai Educators Union
  2. pp. 257-258
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  1. 45. Further Promote Stable Growth of the Rural Economy
  2. pp. 259-265
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  1. 46. How to Stabilize the Markets
  2. pp. 266-268
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  1. 47. Speech at a Shanghai Conference on Oversight Work
  2. pp. 269-277
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  1. 48. Shanghai's Industrial Restructuring Must Blaze New Paths
  2. pp. 278-283
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  1. 49. We Must Be Determined to Fix the City's Street Traffic
  2. pp. 284-290
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  1. 50. Launch the "Two Increases and Two Decreases" Campaign and Stabilize Shanghai's Economy
  2. pp. 291-296
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  1. 51. Keep Shanghai Stable, Keep the Overall Situation Stable
  2. pp. 297-299
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  1. 52. Get Organized and Maintain Shanghai's Stability
  2. pp. 300-310
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  1. 53. Shanghai Must Not Descend into Chaos
  2. pp. 311-316
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  1. 54. Further Consolidate Shanghai's Stability
  2. pp. 317-323
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  1. 55. The Basic Qualities Socialist Entrepreneurs Must Have
  2. pp. 324-327
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  1. 56. To Stabilize the Economy, It's Essential to Stabilize Prices
  2. pp. 328-331
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  1. 57. Cleaning Up Companies Is an Important Measure for Punishing Corruption
  2. pp. 332-334
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  1. 58. Several Issues Regarding Attracting Foreign Investment
  2. pp. 335-337
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  1. 59. A Directive on Quality Management
  2. pp. 338-339
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  1. 60. Concentrate Our Efforts on Winning the Trust of the People through Several Measures
  2. pp. 340-343
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  1. 61. We Must Be Determined to Treat the Upstream Pollution of the Huangpu River
  2. pp. 344-350
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  1. 62. Leading Cadres Must Not Be Detached from the People
  2. pp. 351-354
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  1. 63. Technical Upgrading at Enterprises Must Follow a New Path
  2. pp. 355-360
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  1. 64. Discipline Inspection Cadres Must Dare to Tackle Tough Cases
  2. pp. 361-363
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  1. 65. Five Practical Things to Do in Building Clean Government among Rural Cadres
  2. pp. 364-365
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  1. 66. Explain Difficulties Clearly and Energize Ourselves
  2. pp. 366-371
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  1. 67. Some Thoughts on the Three-Year Restructuring of Shanghai's Industries and Their Long-Term Growth
  2. pp. 372-379
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  1. 68. Borrow from Experiences of Other Countries and Speed Up Development of an Externally Oriented Economy
  2. pp. 380-382
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  1. 69. Revitalize and Develop the Arts in Shanghai
  2. pp. 383-387
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  1. 70. Good Prospects for Shanghai's Electrical Machinery Exports
  2. pp. 388-393
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  1. 71. To Overcome Our Difficulties, We Must Rely Wholeheartedly on the Working Class
  2. pp. 394-398
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  1. 72. Shanghai's Hopes Lie in the Development of Pudong
  2. pp. 399-404
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  1. 73. Resolutely Implement Governance and Rectification Measures
  2. pp. 405-418
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  1. 74. On the Development and Opening Up of Shanghai's Financial Sector
  2. pp. 419-424
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  1. 1990
  1. 75. Publicity in the News Media Should Be Fact-Based
  2. pp. 425-431
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  1. 76. Remarks Made While Reporting to Yang Shangkun
  2. pp. 432-436
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  1. 77. Some Comments on the Central Committee's "Decision on Strengthening Ties with the People"
  2. pp. 437-441
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  1. 78. Remarks Made While Reporting to Qiao Shi
  2. pp. 442-445
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  1. 79. Do Three Practical Things for the People of Shanghai
  2. pp. 446-448
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  1. 80. A Conversation with C. Y. Leung
  2. pp. 449-455
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  1. 81. Reporting to Yao Yilin on the Development of Pudong
  2. pp. 456-466
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  1. 82. A Conversation with Moeen Qureshi, Senior Vice President of the World Bank, and Delegation
  2. pp. 467-473
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  1. 83. The Municipal Party Committee Must Focus on Party Conduct and on Establishing Clean Government
  2. pp. 474-478
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  1. 84. Speech at the Establishment of the Shanghai Overseas Exchange Association
  2. pp. 479-484
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  1. 85. Do Good Urban Planning
  2. pp. 485-488
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  1. 86. In the "Two Increases and Two Decreases" Campaign, Take Substantive Action, Dare to Manage, and Take Genuine Action
  2. pp. 489-495
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  1. 87. A Speech to Cadres from the Shanghai Planning Commission
  2. pp. 496-504
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  1. 88. Shanghai Will Further Open Up to the World
  2. pp. 505-513
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  1. 89. Thoughts from a Visit to Hong Kong and Singapore
  2. pp. 514-523
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  1. 90. About Our Visit to the United States
  2. pp. 524-530
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  1. 91. A Press Conference on Policies to Open Up and Develop Pudong
  2. pp. 531-535
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  1. 92. A Letter to Shanghai's Sanitation Workers
  2. p. 536
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  1. 93. Do Good Planning and Design for the Pudong New Area
  2. pp. 537-538
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  1. 94. A Conversation with Attila Karaosmanoglu, Vice President of the World Bank
  2. pp. 539-543
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  1. 95. On Shanghai's 10-Year Plan and the Eighth 5-Year Plan
  2. pp. 544-553
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  1. 96. We Must Properly Protect the Unpolluted Land of Chongming
  2. pp. 554-558
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  1. 97. Take Information Work Seriously and Do It Well
  2. pp. 559-562
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  1. 98. Some Comments on Developing a Securities Market
  2. pp. 563-565
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  1. 1991
  1. 99. Basically Resolve Shanghai's Housing Problems within 10 Years
  2. pp. 566-572
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  1. 100. Help State-Owned Enterprises Resolve Their Dilemma
  2. pp. 573-582
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  1. 101. Some Comments on Rebuilding Shanghai's Old Urban Areas
  2. pp. 583-589
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  1. 102. Speech at the Municipal Party's Discipline Commission
  2. pp. 590-598
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  1. 103. Shanghai Will Have No Future If We Don't Overcome Bureaucratism
  2. pp. 599-600
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  1. 104 Four Comments on Doing Good Work with Cadres
  2. pp. 601-610
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  1. 105. The Drivers of Shanghai's Development
  2. pp. 611-615
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  1. 106. Creating a New Outlook for Community Work
  2. pp. 616-620
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 621-640
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  1. Back Flap, Back Cover
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  1. Image Plates
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780815731405
Related ISBN
9780815731399
MARC Record
OCLC
1013519277
Pages
400
Launched on MUSE
2018-02-13
Language
English
Open Access
No
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