- Author:Ding Lu, Zhimin Tang
- Title:State Intervention and Business in China: The Role of Preferential Policies
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Economists from Singapore analyze the policies that differentiate among companies in terms of getting registered, getting and investment project being approved, the availability of banking credit, and even tax rates. They look at the sources and functions of the preferences, offer empirical evidence for their impact on regional development and sectoral changes; and review recent changes and the views aired by Chinese scholars and policy makers. Of interest both to scholars studying contemporary Chinese society and economy and to people wanting to do business there. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.