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Guidelines from the Communist Party’s top decision-making body say changes should be in place by 2020 to provide better services to the public.

The central government has issued a roadmap for reforming public institutions – a large and diverse sector that is a remnant of the planned-economy era – to deepen its now decades-old market-oriented policy of economic and social development.

While fundamental reforms have been under way in the socialist economy for the past three decades, including the restructuring of state-owned enterprises, little progress has been made in restructuring public and social institutions, largely due to strong resistance by those organisations and their staff, as many of their officials enjoy the same status as their government counterparts.

Such institutions are still directly run government agencies funded largely by public money, whose staff are treated like civil servants – regarded by many in the mainland as a stable and secure…

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