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Atlas of natural resources and economic development of Shenzhen

Atlas of natural resources and economic development of Shenzhen

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Published by Science Press in Beijing .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by Guangzhou Institute of Geography.
ContributionsGuangzhou Institute of Geography.
The Physical Object
Pagination220p. ;
Number of Pages220
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16210680M

This book sheds some light on what China has done and achieved to change the mode of economic development in order to minimize its negative impacts on resources and the environment. Readers will learn from and be inspired by China’s circular economy : Springer Singapore. 10 Books for Understanding China’s Economy the activities of the gigantic China Development Bank. The book also reveals a lot about China’s growth model, overseas resource acquisition.

  During the early years of communist rule in China and the People's Republic of China, mass starvation, malnutrition, and disease were common. In addition, there was an idea for a highly planned economy at this time and the rural population was divided i communes, each of which was responsible for farming and running different industries and : Amanda Briney. The book provides insights into the development of special economic zones, which are an important factor in the political and economic reforms in China. It discusses a number of topics, including the history and the modernization of special economic zones in China, the contributions of special.

Positive outcomes: 1 - Increase in Production / yield. 2 - Advantage to farmers: this includes their economic situation improving, even small and marginal farmers (although they were late in joining) getting better yield, control on many insects and pests, mechanizing improved working conditions. 3- Better land use by employing two and three crop pattern. 4 - better scientific methods applied. Shenzhen is located in the south of Guangdong Province with Hongkong to its south. It is a coastal city with beautiful scenery. It consists of the Special Economic Zone and Baoan county, with a.


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Planning and development of Shenzhen SEZ started even before its declaration as a special economic. Today, development takes place along virtually the entire route (Note 2).

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