Is Capitalism taking over Communism in China?

Asked By: Wisdom - 9/21/2011
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Not yet, China still has elements of communism as the party is still in power & only opened the door halfway for entrepreneurship capitalism. China may someday transition to a Monarchy with Confucius, Buddhist, or Taoist ideals, but not very soon. Communism did helped China to re-organized & re-established their own... More
Answered By: Blanco y egro - 9/22/2011
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The free market (to a greatly increased extent) is.
Answered By: Archie Leach - 9/21/2011
Yes, all the while communism is taking root in the US
Answered By: GOZ2FAST - 9/21/2011
It already did under Communist Party of China paramount leader Deng Xiaoping in the 1980s. The current state ideology ("Socialism with Chinese characteristics") is basically capitalism with a Communist face.
Answered By: Nancy Pelosi 2016 - 9/21/2011
no. They have squashed all attempts to capitalize!
Answered By: Roseanne's Nuts - 9/21/2011
No because the government still owns the means of production. Hopefully that will change but they are still ruled by a small group of elitists.
Answered By: Yori - 9/21/2011
Yes, as an economic system they are more capitalist then communist, but one party political system is still communist, so they are a hybrid of sorts.
Answered By: Laureus - 9/21/2011
Answered By: Jesus hated libtard socialists - 9/21/2011
Yes. Give Communism 10 more years and it will be in the garbage can and put out to the curb.
Answered By: Socrates - 9/21/2011
China is extremely capitalist all the while using communist propaganda. In China there is a larger gap between the wealthy and the poor than there is in the US! Not to mention the government is sponsoring capitalism at the expense of the working class.
Answered By: tguk143 - 9/21/2011
Capitalism is not a form of government. But anyway, the government is firmly in control and has no intention of letting go. .
Answered By: Avenger - 9/29/2011
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