政企分开 Separate Government Functions from Enterprise Management
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An effort to draw a clear line between the roles of the administration and of the businesses. Under the planned economy, the extensive involvement of the government in economic operations resulted in the government making commercial decisions for the businesses and the State-owned enterprises offering public services to their employees, ranging from medical care to education. Since the country introduced the economic reform, it became a major mission for the government to separate the functions of the administration from those of the enterprises in order to improve the efficiency of both.
科学发展观 Scientific Outlook on Development
党务公开 Open Management of Party Affairs
"三讲" 教育 "Three Emphasis" Education