China’s Growing Inequality: A Trotskyist Perspective

We don’t think much of this Trotskyist lopsided criticism of China, especially given their inability to show an organized, successful socialist model themselves. However the statistics on inequality in China are important to see. There are references to the Gini coefficient – the percentage of wealth and income in China from the top to the bottom; the level of poverty; the urban-rural divide; the class control of the state; and the inequalities of education. Surprisingly, this article did not even include the absence of labor unions and presence of labor strikes.
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