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China and the Global Economic Crisis [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9789814287708Series: Series on Contemporary ChinaPublication details: Singapore : World Scientific, 2010.ISBN:
  • 9789814287715
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: China and the Global Economic CrisisDDC classification:
  • 330.9 338.5420951
LOC classification:
  • HC427.95 C435 2010
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Contents:
Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction by ZHENG Yongnian and Sarah Y TONG; 1. China's Economy 2008 and Outlook for 2009: Crisis of a Sharp Slowdown by John WONG; 2. Recession Averted? China's Domestic Response to the Global Financial Crisis by YANG Mu and LIM Tin Seng; 3. China's Decisive Response to the Economic Crisis Bears Fruits by Sarah Y. TONG; 4. Pearl River Delta in a Crisis of Industrialisation by HUANG Yanjie and CHEN Shaofeng; 5. Impact of the Global Economic Crisis on the Pearl River Delta and Yangtze River Delta Regions by YU Hong
12. Will Social Stability in China be Undermined in the Financial Crisis? by ZHAO Litao and HUANG Yanjie13. The International Financial Crisis and China's External Response by ZHENG Yongnian and LYE Liang Fook; Index;
6. Taiwan's Economy in the Financial Crisis and Its Outlook by ZHAO Hong7. Hong Kong's Economy on the Road to Recovery? by ZHANG Yang; 8. Financial Crisis Offers Respite for the Macao Economy by ZHANG Yang and Fung KWAN; 9. China's Trade Prospects and China-ASEAN Trade Relations by Sarah Y. TONG and CHONG Siew Keng; 10. Sino-South Korean Bilateral Trade in the Current Economic Crisis by ZHOU Shengqi; 11. Ascendance of China's New Left Amidst the Global Financial Crisis by BO Zhiyue and CHEN Gang
Summary: The current global financial turmoil, triggered by the US subprime crisis, has spread quickly and resulted in the worst global economic crisis since the 1930s. As the world's third largest economy and the second largest trading nation, China is inevitably affected seriously. How China responds to the crisis and how effective its measures are in sustaining a healthy growth will have important implications, both domestically and internationally. The chapters in this volume are divided into five sections. Section one examines the overall impact of the global economic crisis and the responses of t
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Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction by ZHENG Yongnian and Sarah Y TONG; 1. China's Economy 2008 and Outlook for 2009: Crisis of a Sharp Slowdown by John WONG; 2. Recession Averted? China's Domestic Response to the Global Financial Crisis by YANG Mu and LIM Tin Seng; 3. China's Decisive Response to the Economic Crisis Bears Fruits by Sarah Y. TONG; 4. Pearl River Delta in a Crisis of Industrialisation by HUANG Yanjie and CHEN Shaofeng; 5. Impact of the Global Economic Crisis on the Pearl River Delta and Yangtze River Delta Regions by YU Hong

12. Will Social Stability in China be Undermined in the Financial Crisis? by ZHAO Litao and HUANG Yanjie13. The International Financial Crisis and China's External Response by ZHENG Yongnian and LYE Liang Fook; Index;

6. Taiwan's Economy in the Financial Crisis and Its Outlook by ZHAO Hong7. Hong Kong's Economy on the Road to Recovery? by ZHANG Yang; 8. Financial Crisis Offers Respite for the Macao Economy by ZHANG Yang and Fung KWAN; 9. China's Trade Prospects and China-ASEAN Trade Relations by Sarah Y. TONG and CHONG Siew Keng; 10. Sino-South Korean Bilateral Trade in the Current Economic Crisis by ZHOU Shengqi; 11. Ascendance of China's New Left Amidst the Global Financial Crisis by BO Zhiyue and CHEN Gang

The current global financial turmoil, triggered by the US subprime crisis, has spread quickly and resulted in the worst global economic crisis since the 1930s. As the world's third largest economy and the second largest trading nation, China is inevitably affected seriously. How China responds to the crisis and how effective its measures are in sustaining a healthy growth will have important implications, both domestically and internationally. The chapters in this volume are divided into five sections. Section one examines the overall impact of the global economic crisis and the responses of t