China's Last Steps Across The River: Enterprise And Banking Reforms
Asia Pacific Press, Australia National University, 2001 - Business & Economics - 236 pages
Review of the evolution of China's economic reforms. Examines the evolution of the enterprise and banking institutions, the performance of state-owned banks and enterprises, assesses the impacts of the current policies and recommendations for future reforms. Includes appendix, references and index. Huang is a former Senior Lecturer in Economics and Director of the China Economy Program, Australian National University. He has also served as consultant for the World Bank, IMF, ABD and OECD. He has previously edited 'Growth without Miracles' and 'Agricultural Reform in China'.
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