This paper compares the Chinese-style modern production with that of other countries and analyses its universalities and particularities thoroughly. Firstly, in terms of universalities, China and capitalism share common features such as large-scale socialization, improvement of people’s livelihoods, automation of production, digitization of operations and emphasis on market orientation. Secondly, in terms of specificities, Chinese-style modern production insists on the leadership role of the Communist Party of China, emphasizes the survival and development of the working people, closes the gap between rich and poor to realize common prosperity, pursues the coordination of material and spiritual civilizations, promotes the concepts of harmony between human beings and nature, as well as the concept of a community with a shared future of mankind, which has unique advantages over that of the capitalism. Finally, this paper also puts forward brief suggestions.
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