Critical Issues Facing Chinaâ€™s Rubber Industry in the Era of Market Integration: An Analysis in Retrospect and Prospect
AbstractThis paper discusses the emerging contradictions that may have serious implications for the sustainable growth and performance of Chinaâ€™s rubber industry in the era of internal restructuring and global market integration. The contradictions arise from the growing mismatch between shortage of resources (natural rubber and synthetic rubber) against the ever expanding rubber industry with thin regional spread of manufacturing base. [WP No. 177].
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china; rubber; globalization; small; marginal farmers; natural rubber; synthetic; tyre industry; global; market; industry; natural; synthetic; resources; regional; manufacturing;
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