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Reform és növekedés Kínában
[Reform and growth in China]

  • Simon, György
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    Kína a reform és nyitás politikájának köszönhetően az utóbbi évtizedekben a világ egyik leggyorsabban fejlődő gazdaságává vált. Hatalmas belső piaca vonzó befektetési lehetőségeket kínál a külföldi tőke számára. A szerző a reformfolyamat főbb sajátosságait és eredményeit vizsgálja, összehasonlítva Kínát India, Japán és az Egyesült Államok gazdaságával. Számszerűen is értékeli a reform szerepét Kína teljesítményének alakulásában, felhasználva a nemzetközi szakirodalmat, valamint a kínai feldolgozóiparra végzett saját vizsgálatának eredményeit.

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    Volume (Year): XLVIII (2001)
    Issue (Month): 7 ()
    Pages: 673-692

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