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229 x 152 mm, 380 pp
English, 2003/10
ISBN: 978-962-996-147-3

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Preparing for the WTO Challenge
Joseph Y. S. Cheng
The Chinese University Press

China's entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO) has widespread impacts on its administrative and legal organizations. Obviously, Guangdong leads other provinces and reaps the greatest benefit in many important areas. This volume aims to study preparations for China's entry into the WTO on the part of the Guangdong provincial government, local governments, enterprises and individuals; examine the opportunities available for Guangdong and its comparative advantage relative to other provinces; analyse anticipated problems due to China's entry into the WTO; and critically assess Guangdong's preparations to meet the challenges and to make adjustments in its development strategy. This book will be a useful reference not only for academics working on Guangdong, but also for business executives, government officials, journalists, and other professionals whose work is related to the province.

Joseph Y. S. Cheng is Chair Professor of Political Science and Coordinator of the Contemporary China Research Project at the City University of Hong Kong. He is also the founding editor of the Hong Kong Journal of Social Sciences and the Journal of Comparative Asian Development. His research interests include political development and public policy in Hong Kong, government and politics of China and Japan, international relations in the Asia-Pacific Region, and recent development of Guangdong.

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