The Party’s elevated role in private enterprises

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Politically, under General Secretary Xi Jinping, the Communist Party of China has expanded across all aspects of Chinese society, including an increasing role for Party branches in private companies. Economically, private companies are an indispensable part of China’s economic growth. We explore the real role of Party branches in private companies. Can the Party benefit the business? Does the Party interfere with decision making? Business owners are a wily lot.

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