Por que não admitir que o capitalismo chinês segue um outro modelo, e que isso que está descrito no artigo pode se manter?
Veremos, em mais ou menos 10 anos...
Paulo Roberto de Almeida
The Economist, August 13, 2020
As America’s confrontation with China escalates, our cover story looks at the resilience of the Chinese economy under Xi Jinping. A new stage of state capitalism is under way—call it Xinomics—involving tight control over the economic cycle, a more efficient state and a blurring of the boundary between state and private firms. Xinomics has performed well, but the real test will come over time. China hopes that its techno-centric form of central planning can sustain innovation; history suggests that diffuse decision-making, open borders and free speech are the magic ingredients. One thing is clear: any idea that confrontation will be followed by capitulation is misguided. America and its allies must prepare for a far longer contest between open societies and China’s ruthless mix of autocracy, technology and dynamism.
China’s strongman leader has a new economic agenda