On an Economic Policy Based on "Tilted Regions"
An important part of China's regional economic policy is the correct handling of relations between the coastal and interior regions. Since implementation of the open policy and economic reform, China has adopted a series of preferential policies in regard to the coast, especially provinces, cities, and special economic zones (SEZs) which have been open to international trade. This has been called a policy of "tilting" to certain regions. What exactly does this policy mean? What consequence has it brought; past, present, and future? What issues need to be resolved? These questions deserve our serious attention.
Volume (Year): 26 (1993)
Issue (Month): 5 (October)
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