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Would Deng's reform fail like the Reform launched by Wang Anshi in Song Dynasty?
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1. Since 2002, the beginning of another new around of reform, the income of each official has gone up sharply.

The income of each official = Housing pension + retirement pension + medical cost pension + monthly salary - tax

Before the reform, more Chinese talents like to find jobs in companies than in government; after the reform, more Chinese talents like to find jobs in government at all levels than in companies.

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Here officials refer to CPC members, government officials, and government employees who receive their income from public accounts.
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2. Since 1998, the beginning of another new around of reform, a large amount of former and the present officials has made huge fortune through the privatization of public assets.

Before the reform, the household assets are relative fair; after the reform, A large amount of  billionaire and millionaire came out but the poor Chinese people are still poor as before.

It's the first time from 1949, the establishment of Mao Zedong's China, that so a large number of Chinese people turned extremely rich and so a large amount of fortune were made by individuals. But the rest of Chinese city dwellers turned laid-off workers.
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3. Since about 2000, along the ongoing housing reform and other reform, the public revenue has gone up sharply.

Before the reform, the growth of public revenue was lower than the growth of the total household income; after the reform, the growth of the total household income is lower than the growth of public revenue.

After the reform, the proportion of government-own deposits in banks were going up and up. The proportion of household deposits in banks were going down and down.

Deposits = savings - mortgage
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If only part of Chinese made huge fortune through the ongoing reform; if the rest of Chinese enjoy much less or enjoy nothing, the support of the drive of reform would keep going down. The former and the present official would strongly refuse to disclose their assets and other system reform after huge fortune were made. The rest of Chinese would be more disatisfied when the wealth gap is larger and larger. In the end, reform would have to cease.


made huge fortune refer to household wealth made through the different appoarch of privatization of public assets in mainland China
(The approach of privatization of public assets in mainland China was different from Russia just after the collapse of the Former Soveit Union and is different from Mongolia.)

enjoy much less or enjoy nothing refer to the household wealth counted by gold (not only counted by Paper money)= household assets + household income - spending
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Most of Chinese said the policies of the reform before 2000 were good.

However, now, more and more Chinese, owing to type of reasons, said the policies of the present reform are not good.
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