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China is a unique situation, since they have abandoned a “communist economy” in favor of a capitalist one (although I will admit that many industries are mostly own by generals in their army).

But they have retained their communist style police state.

So you probably could call them a hybrid of sorts.

North Korea, Cuba, Laos or Vietnam would be a much better example of a purely communist state. And the last two seem to be drifting towards the Chinese model of a hybrid state.

In any case, China has the world’s largest economy today, and with a population of 1.35 billion it shouldn’t be shocking that 10,000 Bentleys are sold there. Which is around the same number sold in the USA, despite China having three times the population.

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