Developing China's West: A Critical Path to Balanced National Development
From macro and micro perspectives, this book provides a panoramic view of China's sprawling western region. Through several critical thematic dimensions the twelve provincial units in China's west are examined. Combining an intimate knowledge of the region along with social science analytical tools, this book offers a comprehensive and wide-ranging stock of factual and analytical material. This information is invaluable for scholars, policymakers and investors in China and Asia.
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