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He said On April 27, 2011 in Jinan, shandong (yesterday morning)
ratio of dependence on foreign trade
" for export, it has risen to 50% by 2010".


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I checked the data from official sources just now.
export is $1.57793 trillion
import is $1.39483 trillion
GDP is RMB 39.7983

ratio of dependence on foreign trade
for export
1.57793*6.6/39.7983 = 26.17%
for import
1.39483*6.6/39.7983 = 23.13%
for export + import
= 49.4%

Our former minister mistook (export + import) as export
in the calculation of this ratio.
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About 1/4 products in China were exported in 2010.

Not 1/2 products in the speech of our minister.
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Why did our minister mistake such important basic number?

A large amount of Chinese government don't know the basic knowledge for his work.
They know well about political fights. They handle well "Guanxi" (relation).

And then who prepare the speeches and finish the works?
It's "Shiye" (secretaries and assistants)
Chinese have many many jokes on the awkward moments that the local governors or managers in government-own companies know nothing but only read the papers written by their assistants.
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Last year, X was in charge of industry.
This year, X is in charge of transport.
Next year, X would be appointed as court judges.

It's a phonomenon in China.
Of course Chinese government has begun to professionalize government offcials a few years before. Such as professionalize court judges in juridical system.

But it is far leg behind the basic necessity. So Chinese government need to accelerate this professionalization.

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50% of the toal present high ranking Chinese government officials didn't have both primary school education and high school education.
Or 80%, or 30%?

50% of the total present high ranking Chinese government officials didn't have a real univeristy education.(not the Party university)
Or 80%, or 30%?

50% of the total present high ranking Chinese government officials grew up from political fights.
Or 80%, or 30%?

It's not the fault of the generation of the present government officials. It's the fault of the previous generation. China has lost most of the talents of this generation.

Chinese government need to ... for improve the productivity of government power management.

either lay off a large amount of the present government officials as what China did in the reform of government-own companies in the late 1990s.
or reeducate these government officials for professionalization.
or ...

It's a serious issue for China.

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