Since its reform and opening-up in 1978, China has taken off from a negligible developing country in the global economic stage to the second largest economy, the largest goods trader and the largest manufacturer worldwide. China's reform and opening-up in economy and finance has been vibrantly soaring, yet not without difficulties and setbacks. A Chinese path of reform and opening-up has been blazed through nearly four decades and the Chinese experience has been accumulated. To straighten up and sum up such experience and lessons will be conducive to China's further reform and development in economy and finance, and holds significance to the economic and financial reform, development and growth of the economies of other developing countries. This book, placing China in the global vision, not only observes and compares China's economic and financial reform and opening-up development and achievements, but also discusses the change of position of China's economy and its influence on the world economy.