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When a country reached a certain point in its economic and political evolution, three things happened, Overholt said. First, big companies find themselves in a squeeze.
Second, the whole economy finds itself over-leveraged. Third, all those complicated economic sectors were also interest groups, and the people in those groups were educated, had money, had leadership, he said. And as powerful interest groups pushed on policy, so politics was also transformed.
To overcome such problems, a country needed both an economic plan and a political plan, Overholt said. Bureaucrats tasked with implementing reforms were scared of being accused of corruption by those the reforms would harm, so they held back on vigorous reforms, he said.
Economic reform is successful and the country then turns to fixing the politics. Successful economic reform with the same political structure.
But interest groups had become stronger, richer and increased the political problem, he said. Economic reform does not happen. Interest groups took control of the government protected themselves against both domestic and foreign competition, leading to a long period of economic stagnation.
The United States also has major economic and political problems, Overholt said, and the trade war made the problems in both countries worse. We think you'd also like Thank youYou are on the list.China’s first constitution was written in , and since then the country has established various ministries and bureaus to create and enforce economic, social and political rules of law.
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