The sleeping giant slumbers no more
- Reform gets a new look in China. Lawrence, Susan V. // U.S. News & World Report;1/8/96, Vol. 120 Issue 1, p44
Reports that Shanghai, the former financial capital of Asia that languished for decades under Communist rule, is prospering. Shanghai's reform style; Foreign investment in the city; Local passion for orderliness; Problems that remain. INSET: Not so special anymore (Hainan, China).
- Guest Editors' Introduction. Fung, Hung-Gay; Zhang, Kevin H. // Chinese Economy;Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p3
Introduces a series of articles which deals on the Chinese economy.
- Editor's Introduction. Hung-Gay Fung // Chinese Economy;Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p3
Explores issues and topics about China's economy.
- The region: China. Balch, Roger // Asian Business Review;Apr96, p8
Presents economic news items in China for April 1996. Includes warning of the United State over the possibility of economic sanctions on China; Concern of authorities over possible urban riots due to grain shortages; Provision by the Ministry of Posts & Telecommunications of channels for all...
- The region: China. // Asian Business Review;Mar1997, p10
Reports on economic developments in China. Includes discovery of four tonnes of liquor believed to have been made in 1854 in Liaoning province; Growth rate in 1996; China as biggest buyer of US Treasury bonds and notes.
- The great accounting standards overhaul. Wei-guo, Zhang // Asian Business Review;Apr97, p59
Discusses information about China's economic reform. Focus of the reform; The expansion of the securities market as the most influential stimulus to accounting standards reform; One of the main characteristics of the traditional accounting system in China; Two critical factors in which...
- Regional review: China. // Asian Business Review;Aug97, p12
Reports on various economic developments and conditions in China. Details on the struggle of foreign car manufacturers in China due to low demand; China Southern Airlines' global initial public offering of shares; Plans for the construction of a high-speed railway linking Beijing and Shanghai;...
- The rise of China's economy. Overholt, William H. // Business Economics;Apr94, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p29
Examines the economic and political strategies responsible for China's economic success. Differences between Chinese and Soviet performance; China's prioritization of industries and sectors where limited government investments would produce rapid growth; Political reforms of China; Economic...
- China hit by financial fraud. // Internal Auditor;Jun97, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p8
Stresses the efforts made by the Chinese government against financial frauds. Crime rates in shares, bonds and commercial paper; Effects of frauds on China's market economy.
- Opening up China. Engen, John R. // U.S. Banker;Feb98, Vol. 108 Issue 2, p26
Focuses on Shenzhen, China, which was designated as the nation's first economic zone in 1979. Information on foreign investments which has flowed into the economy; Details on United States banks in China, which are under pressure from shareholders; Reference to assets of foreign banks in China,...