Guest Editor's Introduction

So, Alvin Y.
May 2002
Chinese Economy;May/Jun2002, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p3
Academic Journal
Focuses on the Chinese developmental miracle which started in the mid-1990s. Information on the developmental problems suffered by China during the revolutionary period of 1949-1976; Countries that were upgraded to the status of Newly Industrialized Economies in the late 1970s; Legacy of the Maoist era; Explanations to the ability of China to maintain political stability and promote economic development.


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