An Attempt to Profile the Finances of China’s Enterprise Sector
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KeywordsChina; Economic policy; Chinese economy; Chinese corporate sector; Chinese financial sector; industrial enterprises; listed companies; enterprise sector; net fixed assets; state enterprise; Corporate Finance and Governance: General;
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