China Deconstructs: Politics, Trade, and Regionalism

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David S. G. Goodman, Gerald Segal
Routledge, 1994 - Business & Economics - 364 pages
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China has experienced the world's fastest economic growth for over a decade. It is likely that within a generation, China will have the world's largest economy. Yet, at the moment when China looks set to regain its former power, serious questions have to be asked about the continuing integrity of China. The challenges posed by economic reform, succession politics, and new forces of political liberalism are compounded by boundary uncertainties, as China adopts a strategy of greater interdependence with the regional and global economy.

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Goodman is director of the Institute for International Studies, University of Technology.

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