Aiichiro Fujiyama on Japan- [Beijing: from our special correspondent] "With the progress in China's China Trade f°ur modernizations, the Japan-China trade has a broad prospects for expansion," said Aiichiro Fujiyama, chairman of the ...
Germany and Italy 173—175 China's Relations with Denmark, Rumania and Thailand 175—176 The Shanghai Council Abrogation of Treaties Municipal Unequal 177—178 178—191 End of Extraterritoriality, 178—179 Rendition of Foreign Concessions, ...
Industry monitor AUTOMOTIVE China's vehicle production rose just 2.4 % in the first ten months of 1996 compared with the same period last year . Sales were even worse , rising only 1.3 % . According to a report in the People's Daily ...
What are China's objectives, efforts, and problems in its accession to the WTO? What are the main obstacles for China's WTO membership? What will be the costs and benefits for the global economy from keeping China outside of the ...
Author: James A. Dorn
Publisher: Cato Inst
Category: Business & Economics
China is expected to become the world's largest economy in less than two decades. Whether it does so will depend on continued growth of the non-state sector and how well China adapts to global market forces. The essays in this volume consider the state of China's economic reforms, the institutional changes necessary for China to become a global economic power, and the interplay between market reforms and social development in China.
The China National Machinery Import and Export Corporation (CMC) signed an agreement with the Indonesian Bakriegroupin Beijing recently to export two sets of 25 megawatt coal-fueled clectricity generators to Indonesia.
119 CNOOC Cooperates with Santa Fe 120 Strengthening the Development of China's Petroleum Automation Technology 120 New Firm Incentive to Oil, Gas Industry 171 China National United Oil Corporation in Progress 172 Broadening ...
Area Office China. The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. PO Box 64, Hong Kong, can provide Business Profile reports on China and the Special Economic Zones. In addition, a summary of economic developments and trade links is ...
Author: United States. Consulate General (Hong Kong, China)Publish On: 1971-11
144 CHINA AND MAURITANLA Mauritanian President Greets Restoration of China's Legitimate Rights in UN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147 Mauritanian Foreign Minister Greets Restoration of China's Legitimate Rights in UN .
Author: United States. Consulate General (Hong Kong, China)
United Nations Industrial Development Organization (1991), 'China: Towards Sustainable Industrial Growth', UNIDO Industrial Development Review Series (Blackwell, Oxford), 26 pp. US Bureau of Mines (1982-93), Mineral Commodity Summaries, ...
Author: James P. Dorian
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Category: Mineral industries
China possesses one of the world's largest mining industries, and since 1949 the production of minerals and energy has played a critical role in its economic development. This is the only comprehensive source of information on China's mining sector available today. It presents a wealth of descriptive material, provides a detailed economic analysis of the industry and its role in China's industrialization process. James Dorian examines the history, practices, organizational structure, performance criteria, and constraints of the mining industry, than broadens his study to look at the interaction of the mining industry with other sectors of the Chinese economy. He argues that the growth of the mining industry in China has been instrumental to the nation's economic expansion, and analyzes its possible future after the recent industrial reforms.
Ma, G (2007): “Who pays China's bank restructuring bill'?", Asian Economic Papers, No 6 (1), pp 46-71, Winter, MIT Press, Cambridge. ii n Ma, G and H Zhou (2009): China's evolving external wealth and rising creditor position ...
Author: Guonan Ma
The saving rate of China is high from many perspectives - historical experience, international standards and the predictions of economic models. Furthermore, the average saving rate has been rising over time, with much of the increase taking place in the 2000s, so that the aggregate marginal propensity to save exceeds 50%. What really sets China apart from the rest of the world is that the rising aggregate saving has reflected high savings rates in all three sectors - corporate, household and government. Moreover, adjusting for inflation alters interpretations of the time path of the propensity to save in the three sectors. Our evidence casts doubt on the proposition that distortions and subsidies account for China's rising corporate profits and high saving rate. Instead, we argue that tough corporate restructuring (including pension and home ownership reforms), a marked Lewis-model transformation process (where the average wage exceeds the marginal product of labour in the subsistence sector) and rapid ageing process have all played more important roles. While such structural factors suggest that the Chinese saving rate will peak in the medium term, policies for job creation and a stronger social safety net would assist the transition to more balanced domestic demand.