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Analysis of the Status Quo of State-owned Enterprises in the Old Industrial Areas of Northeast China

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DOI: 10.25236/sser.2019.063


Dan Bai and Weijian Zhu

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Dan Bai


The top priority of China's economic reform is the reform of state-owned enterprises, which is unique to our socialist countries. On the one hand, the reform of state-owned enterprises promotes China's economic development, on the other hand, it is also the cause of China's slow economic development. Especially in the Northeast, it is extremely difficult for the reform of state-owned enterprises. It involves all aspects. Revitalizing the old industrial bases in Northeast China is the goal of our country. Strategy, for the Northeast region, relevant experts and relevant departments have put forward relevant theoretical and field investigations. Based on this, this paper studies the reform of state-owned enterprises in the Northeast and provides a reference for the revitalization of the Northeast. Due to the long-term backwardness of the economy in Northeast China, the problems are becoming more and more serious. The economic structure of state-owned enterprises is not reasonable enough, and the economic returns are low. Leaders do not clearly solve the problem, especially the asymmetry of government and enterprises, and miss out on opportunities for development. . The development of the Northeast economy is a long-lasting process. Marketization is the key to the development of the old industrial bases in Northeast China, and it is a long-term and long process. The key to solving this series of problems lies in talents. As the economy of the Northeast region is relatively large due to the backwardness of the country, the government and other relevant departments should introduce a series of policies to attract the influx of talents and promote regional economic development.


State-owned enterprise reform; Northeast old industry; Talent migration