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the Chinese way to modernization offers southern countries an alternative model to continue their modernization in agreement With their own realities, John Pang, principal researcher at Bard College in New York, told Xinhua.
New York, November 24 (Xinhua) - The Chinese Way to Modernization offers southern countries an alternative model to continue their modernization in agreement with their own realities, told Xinhua John Pang, principal researcher at Bard College de New York.
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China followed "a pragmatic path" and has carried out an industrial and social transformation without colonization, imperialism or exploitation of other countries, he said.
While learning the lessons from the Western experience, China has put itself in tune with its own history and its own culture, continued Mr. Pang.
"It is a model for other countries that must go ahead, taking into account their own history and understanding it, including the history of their political economy," he said.
According to him, "he absolutely overturns theory, which is in a way the paradigm of social sciences in the 20th and early 21st century, namely the convergence hypothesis of modernization and the fact that all modernization leads to a model unique".
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This is the separation of the path of neoliberalism, which in fact failed, he observed.
The way of neoliberalism "gave the illusion that there was a path to prosperity for the South. In fact, it is a total illusion. The scale was not there, or else the scale retreats If you mount a few degrees, as the countries of Southeast Asia discovered it in 1997, during the Asian financial crisis, "Pang said.
"The Chinese way shows that the government plays a key role in obtaining sustainable and equitable economic growth, that the economy must be governed for peoples, that there is a way to follow while using the markets, "he added.
The Chinese way to modernization was underlined in the report of the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) which was held last month, noted the academic.
In a strategic plan in two stages, the CPC aims to achieve socialist modernization from 2020 to 2035 and to make China a great modern, prosperous, strong, democratic, culturally advanced, harmonious and beautiful socialist country of 2035 in the middle of This century.
The Chinese way to modernization is at least an inspiration for other countries, concluded John Pang.
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