A Political and Economic Dictionary of East Asia
A definitive guide to the economics and politics of East Asia, this title provides clear definitions detailing terms, concepts, names and organizations used in relation to current economic or political affairs in the region. Cross-referenced up-to-date entries define, explain and supply relevant background information on countries, regions, ethnic groups, political parties, international organizations, business, policies and disputes.
Countries covered include: The People's Republic of China (including entries on Hong Kong and Macao), Japan, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Republic of Korea, Mongolia and Taiwan.
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