China’s Trade and Investment after the Asia Crisis

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China’s Trade and Investment after the Asia Crisis

9781840642858 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Tran Van Hoa, Research Professor, Centre for Strategic Economic Studies, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia
Publication Date: 2000 ISBN: 978 1 84064 285 8 Extent: 176 pp
China is both the world’s most populous country and an important transition economy. It is also a major market for trade and investment. As such, this study of the trends, patterns, issues and problems of trade and investment in recent years is both vital and fascinating.

Areas of discussion and analysis in this book include China’s trade in a globalised economy, foreign investment after the Asia crisis, the WTO and regional economic development, along with discussion about the relationships with Hong Kong and Australia. Written by nationally and internationally respected experts on the Chinese economy, the book brings together a collection of timely and significant studies on China’s trade and investment.

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China is both the world’s most populous country and an important transition economy. It is also a major market for trade and investment. As such, this study of the trends, patterns, issues and problems of trade and investment in recent years is both vital and fascinating.

Areas of discussion and analysis in this book include China’s trade in a globalized economy, foreign investment after the Asia crisis, the WTO and regional economic development, along with discussion about the relationships with Hong Kong and Australia. Written by nationally and internationally respected experts on the Chinese economy, the book brings together a collection of timely and significant studies on China’s trade and investment.

The book will be essential reading for scholars of modern China, its economic development and the direction in which it will evolve in the 21st century. Important practical policy implications are reached for use by government, business and academics.
Contributors
Contributors: C. Harvie, L. Jingping, C.M. Koo, H.-H. Lee, S. Ma, T. Van Hoa, L. Ye, Y. Zhao
Contents
Contents: 1. China’s Trade and Investment after the Asia Crisis: An Overview 2. China’s Trade in a Globalized Economy: Trends, Patterns and Future Policy 3. Foreign Investment in China after the Asia Crisis 4. China, the World Trade Organization and Regional Economic Cooperation 5. China’s Stock Market: Emergence, Development and Perspective 6. Hong Kong: Fundamentals of International Trade and Monetary Policy 7. Australia–China Trade after the Asia Crisis 8. China’s Recent Macroeconomic Developments and Policy with Implications for Trade 9. China’s Trade and Investment in the New Millennium Index
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