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Перспективы Китая Как Возможного Лидера «Зеленых» Инноваций: Факторы Удешевления

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  • Захарова Татьяна Викторовна

    (Томский государственный университет)

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    В статье делается вывод о том, что Китай, как огромная производственная площадка, сможет существенно удешевить многие товары, составляющие ядро «зеленой» экономики. Ожидается, что рост ВВП Китая на базе экотехнологий будет продолжаться в связи с большой их востребованностью как во всем мире, так и в пределах самого Китая. При этом факторами, делающими товары «зеленой» экономики доступными, служат не только дешевый труд и капитал, но и высокая патентная активность китайских ученых.

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    Volume (Year): (2013)
    Issue (Month): 4 (24) ()
    Pages: 103-109

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