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By Jing Luo

ISBN-10: 0313357323

ISBN-13: 9780313357329

Get an insightful, specialist examine the internal workings of China's company international, highlighting the country's makes an attempt to advance the clinical and technological base for a greener financial model.

• Charts and tables give you the most modern facts on China's financial system from various authoritative sources

• offers a listing of on-line assets for additional exploration of China and its economy

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For example, it carries the following directives: Article 1. A developed tertiary sector is the necessary result of economic and social progress. It reflects the developmental level of a country’s economy. Our country’s tertiary sector has lagged behind and no longer fits the broader economic development . . We must seize the opportunity to raise the tertiary sector to a new level. 6 Business and Technology in China Article 4. During the 1990s, a large proportion of the labor force moves out of the primary and the secondary sector each year, creating new demand for employment opportunities.

Asp). In 2003, Wang was elected representative to the 10th National People’s Congress (NPC). During his term as representative, Wang sponsored a number of bills to protect migrant workers, all of which were passed. ’’ It is not surprising that education has been stressed in China more than ever. From top leaders to the grass roots, the Chinese are convinced that the country’s future lies in utilizing modern science and technology. If the West is ahead because Westerners were able to learn science and technology properly, so too can the Chinese.

25 A fast pace of life calls for fast food; and eating out results in a bigger proportion of the income spent on food. Does this tip the EC model? Although no conclusion has been made with regard to this question, some experts point out that many urban families, particularly those in big cities, do eat out frequently, and rural families seldom go to restaurants. In a 2009 report by Emily Chang, CNN–Beijing, titled ‘‘The Kings of the West Are Ruling the East Too,’’ Chang reveals that China has 2,573 Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants, and a new one is opened every day.

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