2 edition of China"s economic system. found in the catalog.
China"s economic system.
Audrey Gladys Donnithorne
Added t.p. in Chinese. Bibliography: p. -571.
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Potter’s analysis of the legal system of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) is distinguished by two features. First, he places the development of Chinese laws and legal institutions in their historical, political and economic contexts. This approach is particularly apt to reform-era China, which has pursued economic development in the wake of. But the new book "Can China Lead?" urges a more cautious view on the prospects of the country, where government bureaucracy stifles innovation. COVID Business Impact Center. COVID Business Impact Center. It's fashionable to be bullish on China. But the new.
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