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Thirty Years Of Public Services

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This chapter posits that public services refer to the ability of government, non-profit and other public sector organizations as well as certain private organizations to meet public demand for public goods and to safeguard the public's interest in accordance with the legal principles underlying the production and provision of those public goods. Changes in China's public services system have occurred along two lines. First, there have been changes needed to satisfy public demands created by the development of the market economy and, second, other changes have grown out of the broader administrative system reforms and the transformation of government functions process. Changes and developments in China's public services system demonstrate that for reforms of the public services system to achieve results, they must work together with socialist market economy reforms, administrative and management system reforms, and social management system reforms.

Keywords: China's public services; China's market economy; social management system



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