State-owned enterprises have been severely criticized in recent years for their tendency to gradually expand in an existing field rather than to retreat. State-owned enterprises not only solidly occupy the non-competitive fields, but also continue to exist in the field of private goods. China's state-owned enterprise reform has now reached a new turning point after thirty years. More importantly, the problem of administrative monopoly is rather severe in China and requires urgent reform. Until this problem is fixed, there can be no fair competition between state-owned enterprises and the private sector. Unfortunately, China's administrative monopoly reform still has a long way to go.
This research aims to provide a feasible plan for administrative monopoly reform and to help create a fair market environment with deepening economic reform. This research will last for roughly half a year.