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Old China's new economy : the conquest by a billion paupers

Author: T K Bhaumik
Publisher: New Delhi ; Los Angeles : SAGE, 2009.
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A new China was born in 1949. After thousands of years of feudalism, in six decades the economy has undergone a change from Mao (read socialist economy) to market (socialist market economy). Old China's New Economy: The Conquest of a Billion Paupers, presents a comprehensive analysis of the rise and growth of the Chinese economy since the beginning of the country's transition to a socialist market economy,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Bhaumik, T.K.
Old China's new economy.
New Delhi ; Los Angeles : SAGE, 2009
(DLC) 2008042245
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: T K Bhaumik
ISBN: 8178298619 9788178298610 8178298627 9788178298627 1282004549 9781282004542
OCLC Number: 646796348
Description: 1 online resource (xxxiii, 294 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Foreword - Yashwant Sinha PrefaceIntroduction Historical Backdrop: The Womb that Conceived Modern China China under Mao Zedong: Rise and Fall of Socialist Paradise Struggling to Stand Straight: Initial Decade of Reform: 1978-88 Preparing for a Socialist Market Economy China's New Economy: An Overview Seven Challenges: Sustainability and Development Issues Thought Adjustments for Harmony: Making of a New China Trade, Globalisation and External Relations Concluding ObservationsAnnexuresReferencesIndex
Responsibility: T.K. Bhaumik.

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