Contradictions in the structure of industrial development are always present, and in different stages of economic development they reveal themselves in different ways. Entering the 1990s, we find the gradual transition from a seller's to a buyer's market, increased market constraints, a rise in cost of key inputs, and a daily intensification of competition. Industrial development faces the problem of product market realization. This is a basic reflection of the structural contradiction. Looking at Zhejiang, the following three contradictions are salient.
Volume (Year): 31 (1998)
Issue (Month): 6 (November)
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