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"Chinese have changed economy policy, with that to be effective in it's recent economy boom. More and more people are coming out of poverty each day"

I had a question that if the paragraph grammatically right but my teacher says it's grammatically right or at least this is how people write articles. I'm really confused with this part "with that to be effective in it's recent economy boom" , for me it reads like

1: "that has been effective in it's recent economy boom"

2: "that will be effective in it's recent economy boom"

Which one suitable in this context?

Is "To be" change meaning depending on context?

Is it right "to be" can indicate future sometimes?

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muhamedkveshkshaano9"Chinese have changed economy policy, with that to be effective in it's recent economy boom."

It's not correct English, and it doesn't make sense.

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muhamedkveshkshaano9"Chinese have changed economy policy, with that to be effective in it's recent economy boom. More and more people are coming out of poverty each day"

It is not good English. I can barely understand it. I think it should be this:

China  changed its economic policies, and it has been very effective, given the recent boom in its gross national product.  Many of its citizens have been and are being lifted out of poverty.