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Regional Development in China

States, Globalization and Inequality (Routledge Studies in China Intransition)

by Yehua Denni Wei

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ISBN 100415224489
ISBN 109780415224482

Démurger, S. (). ‘China’s Regional Development.’ In OECD () China In The World Economy – - Free download Ebook, Handbook, Textbook, User . REGIONAL POLICY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF CHINA’S WESTERN DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY Zheng Lu1 Xiang Deng2 ABSTRACT: China’s Western Development Strategy (WDS) has been carried out since with remarkable achievements, whereby Western China also experienced a rapid and stable development during the past decade.

Preface I have been involved in South China Sea studies for more than 20 years, since I initiated the establishment of a centre for South China Sea studies in Hainan - Selection from Solving Disputes for Regional Cooperation and Development in the South China Sea [Book]. arXivv1 [] 4 Mar Collective Learning in China’s Regional Economic Development Jian Gaoa,b,c, Bogang Jun b, Alex “Sandy” Pentland, Tao Zhoua,c, Ce´sar A. Hidalgob,∗ aCompleX Lab, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chengdu , China bMIT Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA , USAFile Size: 1MB.

On this map, the economic development of the coastal zone is clearly evident, as is the low economic productivity of the greater southwest. The second map portrays the country in the same manner for , just as China’s economic transformation was beginning. ""Over the past several decades, China has made tremendous progress in market integration and infrastructure development. Demand for natural resources has increased from the booming coastal economies, causing the terms of trade to favor the resource sector, which is predominantly based in the interior regions of the country.


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