China’s market economy report series establish the measurement system of marketization degree around the response to China’s non-market-economic position from the angle of anti-dumping, and objectively depict the development of China’s market economy using data and facts. The 2003 and 2005 reports were submitted by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce to the EU and the USA as official agenda materials for the discussion and evaluation of the status and position of the market economy in China. They are also the important references to improve domestic market economic system.
    From the conclusions of the comparable index measurement system and the methodology, this 2010 Report accounts for developments in the Chinese economy during the 30 years between 1978 and 2008, revealing that market development in China has reached a comparably stable level, always above 70%. It confirms China as a market economy country in progress.
    The report consists of two parts and is abundant in facts and in-depth analysis. The first part evaluates the marketization of the Chinese economy both in general terms and across a variety of industries. The second contains objective analysis and a breakdown of the various theories of system reform between 1978 and 2008. It provides a deeper understanding and a close-up view of the main divergences and development theories of Chinese economic system reform.