China Review 1997

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Maurice Brosseau, Hsin-chi Kuan, Y. Y. Kueh
Chinese University Press, 1997 - History - 398 pages
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China Review has been chosen by the American Public Libraries Association for inclusion in the list of books recommended to its members for acquisition. China Review 1997, the seventh volume of the series, is an expert survey of China's major sectors of interest and critically summarizes the development of the previous year in core chapters covering politics, the economy, and social change. The volume contains in-depth studies of political, social, and economic issues such as the death of leader Deng Xiaoping, the anticipated fifteenth Party Congress, cross-straits relations, the problem of state-owned enterprises, and foreign economic relations, all of which are of major concern to those who are interested in the development of the People's Republic. Additional studies describe seldom discussed aspects of Chinese society such as cultural changes and legal disputes.
 

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Contents

More of the Same
33
SinoAmerican
57
Searching for a New Balance
87
Strained MainlandTaiwan
107
Domestic and International
135
Is the Battle Against Inflation Over?
181
Foreign Economic Relations
209
Towards the Full Convertibility of the Renminbi?
235
The 1994 Fiscal Reform
251
Irritation and Expectations at the End of
277
Does China Face an Unstable Future? On the Political Impact
327
Legal Disputes and the Debate about Legitimate Norms
349
Index
379
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