You are trolling and I don't really care to argue whether China is more capitalists than France (it is) because its not the important argument.
What China is doing as an economic powerhouse is what is important. When I travel to Jamaica there are road projects being done by China. Why are they doing this? It may be a case of spreading communism through capitalism.
Basically all the major transportation, energy, mineral, finance, real estate, media, and telecommunications companies in China are owned by the Chinese government.
China has a ton of tariffs on importing goods, making it difficult for foreign companies to open or sell their goods in China (while bitching about the U.S. for even discussing doing something similar as it being unfair and protectionist). China won't even allow foreigners to own companies in any of the industries I listed above. Investors basically have to set up shell companies owned by Chinese citizens and invest through that in order to do business for most industries in China.
If you want to build in China, you can't buy land. You can only lease it from the government for 50 years. Nobody knows what happens when those leases are up.
What happens if you piss off the Chinese government? They can take your company at any time.
But yeah, China is so much more capitalist than a place like France where I can open a business by simply getting a proper visa and filling out some paperwork for a business license just like I would here in the states. Taxes are high in France, but taxes and capitalism are not mutually exclusive.
China has evolved its economy away from communism, but it is still a state controlled economy with severe restrictions on a number of fronts that are vital to business ownership.
That blog post is laughable. Especially this:
But is China really a capitalistic country? In a way, yes. The Chinese government allows entrepreneurship as long as it is done with the permission of the government.
How in the hell is that capitalist? If you have to answer the question "Is China really a capitalistic country" with "In a way, yes" then the answer is no.