An Introduction to the Chinese Economy: The Driving Forces by Rongxing Guo PDF

By Rongxing Guo

ISBN-10: 0470826045

ISBN-13: 9780470826041

This entire review of the fashionable chinese language economic climate through a famous professional from China deals a high quality and breadth of assurance. during this e-book, the writer offers an advent to China's economic climate because 1949 and unique insights in response to his personal huge study. The ebook units out to research and evaluate the operational mechanisms of the chinese language economic system among the pre- and post-reform sessions and during nationwide, nearby and native dimensions. either confident and destructive outcomes of the chinese language fiscal transformation were clarified. A multiregional comparability of the chinese language economic system is carried out by way of traditional and human assets, institutional evolution, in addition to monetary and social performances. finally, a few key matters on the subject of the inherent operational mechanisms of and the dynamic styles of the chinese language economic climate also are mentioned.

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The Northeast and Northwest regions account for more than half of the nation’s petroleum and natural gas reserves. In addition, the 39 The Foundation of the Chinese Economy (I) Shandong 4% Liaoning 4% Hebei Heilongjiang Henan 4% 4% Anhui 4% Chongqing 3% 3% Guizhou 3% Shaanxi 3% Yunnan 5% Hunan 2% Gansu 2% Xinjiang 2% Inner Mongolia 9% Other provinces 14% Ningxia 1% Qinghai 1% Jiangxi 1% Sichuan 20% Shanxi 20% Guangdong, Hainan, Jilin, Guangxi, Jiangsu, Hubei, Beijing, Tianjin, Fujian, Zhejiang, Tibet, and Shanghai 5% Notes 1 ‘‘Other provinces’’ include Guangdong, Hainan, Jilin, Guangxi, Jiangsu, Hubei, Beijing, Tianjin, Fujian, Zhejiang, Tibet, and Shanghai.

Notes: GDP = gross national product, POP = population, LA = land area. Source: Calculated by the author based on WRI World Resources 1992–93. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992, and NEAA, ‘China Now No. 1 in CO2 Emissions; USA in Second Position’. Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (NEAA), 2007. nl. and coal mining. In addition, China’s large and still expanding population also suggests a concomitant increase of methane (CH4). Most of China’s proven coal reserves are bituminous, with only a small proportion being lignite and anthracite.

44 a Measured in exchange rates (for China) and in current prices (for China and the US). Notes: GDP = gross national product, POP = population, LA = land area. Source: Calculated by the author based on WRI World Resources 1992–93. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992, and NEAA, ‘China Now No. 1 in CO2 Emissions; USA in Second Position’. Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (NEAA), 2007. nl. and coal mining. In addition, China’s large and still expanding population also suggests a concomitant increase of methane (CH4).

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