Financing China Trade And Investment

Hardcover | April 1, 1997

EditorKui-Wai LibyEdgardo Barandiaran

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The performance of various types of capital resources in the economic reforms of China are of great interest to those involved in the reforms as policymakers, scholars, and businesspeople. Four major areas of financial development are identified--banking and loans, trade and foreign direct investments, official flows and foreign exchanges, and the stock market. The quality, or efficiency, of the capital resource has not been given equal weight with quantity, as it is difficult to measure the quality of a resource, and because more of a capital resource is generally preferred to less. A comprehensive analysis of trade and investment issues in China has been provided.

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The performance of various types of capital resources in the economic reforms of China are of great interest to those involved in the reforms as policymakers, scholars, and businesspeople. Four major areas of financial development are identified--banking and loans, trade and foreign direct investments, official flows and foreign exchan...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:304 pages, 9.62 × 6.32 × 1.03 inPublished:April 1, 1997Publisher:Praeger Publishers

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ISBN - 10:0275951154

ISBN - 13:9780275951153

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.,."China's market will continue to grow annually between 6 and 10 percent during the next fifteen years. At such a pace, China will possess one of the key global economies in the coming century that Western economists, businesspeople, and especially policy makers will increasingly need to understand. Hopefully, there will be more collections such as Financing China Trade and Investment that will help unravel the mysteries of the Chinese economic "miracle.""-China Review International