Domestic Market-based Industrial Cluster Development in Modern China
Chinaâ€™s huge domestic market is constantly expanding, and is low-end demand oriented and highly dispersed. The domestic market-based development of Chinaâ€™s industrial cluster, however, is not only a quantitative expansion, but has also been accompanied with remarkable qualitative upgrading. Specialized markets are a microcosm that clearly indicate this paradoxical phenomenon. By analyzing three typical cases of industrial clusters that have specialized markets, this paper will make the case that under modern Chinaâ€™s market conditions, the local public sector is the crucial driving force for upgrading industrial clusters, which organize complicated transactions, promote quality control, and stimulate the division of labor.
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