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How does China invest abroad? What is the easiest way for that country to effectively institute corporate governance? How can China and Southeast Asia achieve a win-win relationship? These are just a few of the enticing questions that are answered in this informative book on the state of China's socio-economic and business operating environment.
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About the Author
Frank-Jurgen Richter is Director of the World Economic Forum, in charge of Asian affairs. He lived, studied and worked in Asia for almost a decade, in Tokyo and most recently in Beijing where he developed and managed European Multinationals' China operations. An active scholar he has authored and edited several books on Asian economics and international business.
Pamela C.M. Mar oversees China activities and relationships for the World-Economic Forum. She has worked for a satellite television company in Asia, in rural developments in Thailand, and in venture capital in Hong Kong. She holds degrees from Yale and London School of Economics and has published articles in academic and general interest journals.
Table of Contents
PART 1: INTRODUCTION.
Mapping China’s Future: What Scenarios, What Strategies?
PART 2: PERSPECTIVES.
Reform and Development: The Dual-Transformation of China.
Banking Reform in China: Mission Critical.
Zhu Rongji’s “Managed Marketization” of the Chinese Economy.
Financial Sector Reform: Competition Must Drive Capital Allocation.
Administrative Monopoly, Corruption and China’s Economic.
Geopolitical and Regional Relations.
China 2002: The Geopolitical Context.
China and the New East Asian Regionalism.
Japan and China - A Competitive Partnership.
PART 3. VIEWS FROM THE GOVERNMENT.
Looking Ahead Past WTO Entry.
Accession to the WTO: New Opportunities and Challenges Facing China’s. Socialist Market Economy.
The Outlook for China’s Monetary Policy.
A Vision for Venture Capital in China.
China’s Entry into the WTO: What Does It Mean for the Global Economy?
Development Strategies for Big Cities.
PART 4. EXECUTIVE ROUNDTABLE.
Reviewing Progress and Looking Towards the Future.
PART 5: CONCLUSION.