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Umwelttechnikindustrie - Zukunftsmarkt China

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    China, das Reich der Mitte, ist mit schwerwiegenden Umweltproblemen konfrontiert die hohe Kosten verursachen. Mit der zunehmenden Anwendung der Umwelttechnik kann der Herausforderung diese Problemfelder zu beheben sinnvoll begegnet werden. Die Indikatoren Wirtschaftswachstum, notwendiger Schutz der natürlichen Ressourcen, externe Kosten, politische und institutionelle Faktoren prognostizieren einen stark wachsenden Absatzmarkt für Umwelttechnik in China. Um dieses Marktpotential tatsächlich auszuschöpfen ist es notwendig in China und in Österreich verschiedene Anforderungen zu erfüllen die in diesem Artikel erörtert werden.

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    Paper provided by Department of Economics, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria in its series Economics working papers with number 2006-01.

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