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Basic Data on the Economy of the People"s Republic of China.

United States. Domestic and International Business Administration.

Basic Data on the Economy of the People"s Republic of China.

by United States. Domestic and International Business Administration.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesUS Overseas Business Reports -- 74-021
ContributionsPhipps, J., Matheson, J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21752177M

We study the Chinese economy from , three years after the founding of the People’s Repub-lic of China to , the start of the reform period, through the lens of a two-sector neoclassical growth model with wedges.1 We show that economic growth and structural transformation during this period exhibited conspicuous fluctuations. The book also draws parallels with previous historical periods in China's history. Finally, it addresses the question of what kind of role the People's Republic of China will play in global politics as a whole, the implications for the West and the rebalancing of relations between China and its : Collins, Neil.

The OECD has a good article on rising inequality in China and some of the recent efforts by the government to mitigate inequality through tax and transfer programs. Page on China has currency (called the renmimbi or yuan) and incomes and. Get this from a library! Internet plus agriculture: a new engine for rural economic growth in the People's Republic of China. September [Asian Development Bank,;].

  The basic dichotomy in Milanovic’s new world of capitalism is between what he describes as “liberal, meritocratic capitalism” (“LMC”) and “political capitalism” (“PC”). His two archetypes are the United States and the Peoples Republic of China (PRC). PW Home Bestsellers Subscribe Search International Book Publishing in the People's Republic of China Sally Taylor -- 7/15/98 The top profit-making industries in China today, some say, are tobacco.


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