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China in the world economy : an OECD economic and statistical survey.
imprint
London ; Sterling, VA : Kogan Page, 2003.
description
813 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
ISBN
0749439181
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imprint
London ; Sterling, VA : Kogan Page, 2003.
isbn
0749439181
general note
Also published in French ed. as: Les enjeux de politique économique intérieure.
catalogue key
5314699
 
Includes bibliographical references.
A Look Inside
First Chapter
Synthesis of the Main Findings of the Study Part I:SECTOR STUDIES Chapter 1. Agricultural Prospects and Policies Chapter 2. Rural Industries Chapter 3. Implications for the Rural Economy Chapter 4. Overview of Industry Prospects Chapter 5. Industry Reorganisation and Restructuring: Prospects, Problems, and Policy Priorities Chapter 6. Technology Challenges for China's Industries Chapter 7. Challenges to China's Banking Industry Chapter 8. The Development of China's Insurance Industry Chapter 9. The Development of China's Distribution Sector Chapter 10. Foreign Direct Investment: Prospects and Policies Part II: ECONOMY-WIDE ISSUES Chapter 11. An OECD Perspective on Regulatory Reform in China Chapter 12. The Role of Competition Law and Policy Chapter 13. Establishing Effective Governance for China's Enterprises Chapter 14. Developing the Financial System and Financial Regulatory Policies Chapter 15. Priorities for Development of China's Capital Markets Chapter 16. Labour Market and Social Benefit Policies Chapter 17. Environmental Priorities for China's Sustainable Development Chapter 18. The Current Tax System and Priorities for Reform Chapter 19. Public Sector Budget Management Issues Chapter 20. Issues Concerning Central-local Government Fiscal Relations Chapter 21. China's Regional Development: Prospects and Policies Chapter 22. Macroeconomic Policy Priorities to Realise the Benefits of Trade and Investment Liberalisation Annex I. Summary of China's Commitments under WTO Annex II. Summary of studies of the impact of WTO on China Annex III. Managing rapid expansion of tertiary education provision Annex IV. Main economic indicators for China
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Summaries
Bowker Data Service Summary
Drawing on the OECD's statistical database, the experience of OECD countries and the work of the OECD's China programme, this book provides a guide to all aspects of China's economy and the domestic policy challenges ahead as China adapts to WTO membership.
Long Description
This landmark study provides a comprehensive guide to all aspects of China's economy today, and also from a historical perspective. It also gives an authoritative view of the domestic policy challenges ahead as China adapts to WTO membership.
Long Description
This landmark study provides a comprehensive guide to all aspects of China's economy today, and also from a historical perspective. It also gives an authoritative view of the domestic policy challenges ahead as China adapts to WTO membership. China in the World Economy is the result of the OECD's dialogue over several years with China. This study takes stock of this dialogue and analyses the policies that will have to be adjusted in order to meet the challenges of further trade and investment liberalisation. It is an invaluable resource for any organisation or individual wishing to understand the economic dynamics behind this rapidly developing country and for investors or companies planning to do business in China. China in the World Economy provides detailed sector information and statistics from many OECD departments, giving valuable insight into economic patterns past, present and future. Includes sector studies on China's: Agricultural prospects and policies Industrial reorganisation and restructuring Technology challenges to industries Challenges to the banking industry Development of china's insurance industry Development of china's distribution sector and Foreign direct investment Economy-wide issues are also covered and include: OECD perspective on regulatory reform and the role of competition law and policy Establishing effective governance for China's enterprises Developing the financial system and financial regulatory policies Priorities for development of China's capital markets Labour market and social benefit policies Appendices: Summary of China's commitments under the WTO; Summary of studies of the impact of the WTO on China; Managing rapid expansion of tertiary education; Main economic indicators for China. Published in Association with China's Ministry for Foreign Trade and Co-operation (MOFTEC) No global business can now ignore the tremendous potential of China as a powerful new market and as a business partner. Now in its fourth edition, Doing Business with China provides authoritative advice on the rules and techniques for business engagement in China, combined with up-to-date analysis of current opportunities for investment and business development. In addition to detailed sector-by-sector and regional economic and trade statistics, there is a mass of invaluable information on the country's foreign trade activity, business start-ups, joint ventures and market research. Advice on business relationships and the impact of Chinese cultural values on them, plus useful historical information on the development and reform of state-owned enterprises, are also included. Contributors include: Hu Jingyan, Director-General, Department of Foreign Investment, Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Co-operation Shi Yonghai, Chairman, Chinese International Trade HSBC PricewaterhouseCoopers Herbert Smith Contents include Analysis of China's economy and administration system, including changes in laws and regulations regarding foreign investment in China Information on China's consumer market and directories to China's top companies Guidance on changes brought about by entry into the WTO Practical details on setting up a business, including taxation and compliance issues Advice on cultural differences, employment practice and operating a joint ure Analysis of China's capital markets Sector by sector analysis and regional economic statistics
Main Description
This study provides a guide to all aspects of China's economy and a view of the domestic policy challenges ahead as China adapts to WTO membership. Drawing on the OECD's statistical database, the experience of OECD countries and the work of the OECD's China programme, this book provides a resource for any organization planning or engaged in economic or business co-operation with China. The book is accompanied by an easy-access CD- ROM.
Table of Contents
Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development Staff Synthesis of the Main Findings of the Study
Sector Studies
Agricultural Prospects and Policies
Rural Industries
Implications for the Rural Economy
Overview of Industry Prospects
Industry Reorganisation and Restructuring: Prospects, Problems, and Policy Priorities
Technology Challenges for China's Industries
Challenges to China's Banking Industry
The Development of China's Insurance Industry
The Development of China's Distribution Sector
Foreign Direct Investment: Prospects and Policies
Economy-Wide Issues
An OECD Perspective on Regulatory Reform in China
The Role of Competition Law and Policy
Establishing Effective Governance for China's Enterprises
Developing the Financial System and Financial Regulatory Policies
Priorities for Development of China's Capital Markets
Labour Market and Social Benefit Policies
Environmental Priorities for China's Sustainable Development
The Current Tax System and Priorities for Reform
Public Sector Budget Management Issues
Issues Concerning Central-local Government Fiscal Relations
China's Regional Development: Prospects and Policies
Macroeconomic Policy Priorities to Realise the Benefits of Trade and Investment Liberalisation
Summary of China's Commitments under WTO
Summary of studies of the impact of WTO on China
Managing rapid expansion of tertiary education provision
Main economic indicators for China
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