Private enterprise in China
Asia Pacific Press, 2001 - Business & Economics - 152 pages
Analysis of the Chinese economy, which is currently undergoing a profound institutional transformation. State-owned enterprises are currently being restructured based on market conditions in which private firms are now being permitted to play a more important role. Analyses the nature and dynamics of private sector reform within the Chinese economy and also gives recommendations for policies supporting opportunities for growth and investment. Includes references and index.
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