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By Ding Lu, William A W Neilson

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ISBN-13: 9789812388001

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Within the final twenty years, China's western inland sector has mostly been omitted of the nation's fiscal growth. whereas its 355-million inhabitants debts for 28% and its land sector for seventy one% of China's overall, the region's percentage of the nationwide GDP is lower than 20%. due to the fact 1999, Beijing has carried out the West China improvement application to spice up the region's progress. to check the main household matters and the worldwide implications of this application, the collage of Victoria's Centre for Asia-Pacific tasks equipped and hosted a multidisciplinary foreign convention on March 6-8, 2003. This quantity of papers provided on the convention bargains views at the concerns by way of prime specialists of various educational disciplines from China, Canada, the USA, and different international locations.

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The doctrine of decreasing sovereignty 4 is a source of worry for China. For over a century, China h a s struggled to match the success of Japan in transforming itself into a viable m o d e r n sovereign nation-state (MSNS). Its incomplete territoriality is marked by Taiwan's secessionist tendencies, but in most other respects, China is a MSNS. Integration of Hong Kong and Macao has been an important milestone in the completion of Chinese territorial sovereignty. Globalization is increasing the importance of China's western region, particularly Tibet and Xinjiang, which are most distant and remote from Beijing.

What it needs is to remove the barriers to capital flowing westward by changing the way the interior governments operate — specifically to remove the remaining barriers to creating a true relatively unfettered market system. This will involve getting rid of all kinds of government licences and permits. It will also involve recognition that the driving force for development is going to be the private sector, not state enterprises — this is much better understood on the coast that it is in the interior.

The program of rapid industrialization in Meiji Japan was tied to creating a modern military power in Japan that could prevent the dismantling of sovereignty occurring in nineteenth century China (Dower, 1975:17). All strategic enterprises, including railways, telephones and telegraphs, and shipbuilding, were organized with state security the top priority. Even the highly nationalistic education system had the goal of transforming Japanese subjects into productive warriors not unlike the ancient Legalist program of Shang Yang, minus the industrial imperative.

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