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The dynamics of China's rejuvenation

Author: Jianrong Huang
Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"China is rejuvenating. Due to its status as the most populous country, the largest developing country, and one of the countries with the longest civilization history of the world, China's miraculous economic growth and social development since the 1970s has greatly attracted and shaken the world. The Dynamics of China's Rejuvenation examines the driving forces of China's epoch-making development from certain key  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jianrong Huang
ISBN: 0333920511 9780333920510
OCLC Number: 123215587
Description: xiii, 118 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction China Is Rejuvenating Internal Dynamics I: The Great Desires and Impulse Came from People Internal Dynamics II: The Crucial Role of the Reform Group in China's Leadership Internal Dynamics III: The Key Role of the Paramount Leader Deng Xiaoping Internal Dynamics IV: The Fundamental Impetus Arose from China's National Spirits External Dynamics: The Strong Momentums Stemmed from Globalization The Dynamics for China's Further Development
Responsibility: Jianrong Huang.

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The last two and a half decades witnessed China's epoch-making economic growth and great social changes, which indicates the commence of China's national rejuvenation after a near two centuries-long  Read more...

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