By Shuxun Chen, Charles Wolf
Chinese language and American students and practitioners offered papers on the moment of 4 annual meetings geared up via RAND in Santa Monica, and the China Reform discussion board (CRF) in Beijing. This publication comprises these edited papers. the second one convention used to be held at RAND on November 9-10, 1999, with approximately 30 contributors together with the authors and their discussants. the themes mentioned contain China's international exchange association club, the outlook for the U.S. and chinese language economies, and Sino-U.S. safeguard relations--topics which are no much less appropriate now than they have been on the time of the 1999 convention. the second one CRF-RAND convention and the modifying and different necessities for readying the unique papers for e-book couldn't were comprehensive with out the beneficiant help of numerous firms and members. those include--besides the China Reform discussion board and RAND--the Committee of a hundred and Henry Tang, the Hoover establishment and John Raisian, the Capital team businesses and Gina Despres, Lombard Investments and Joseph Chulick, the UCLA middle for foreign experiences and Richard Rosecrance, the Zhejiang Gateway overseas funding corporation and James Bitonti, the Overland workforce and Fred Liao, and Roy Doumani. None of those agencies or contributors bears any accountability for the content material of the wide-ranging perspectives and coverage feedback offered within the e-book.
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Petroleum and electric power), Latin America has embraced privatization and the market economy. It is pursuing integration with world trade and capital markets. Chile has unilaterally opened its economy. As a North American Free Trade Association (NAFTA) member, Mexico has instituted a regime of open trade and investment. Over the next decade, most of Central America and the Caribbean will become de facto associates of NAFTA. Brazil still has extensive protection, but barriers are rapidly coming down in the Mercosur context.
In addition, the end products of some important industries in China have become number one sellers across the globe. Such pillar industries as auto making and housing have developed by leaps and bounds, showing that China’s industrial system is being perfected and tends to be mature. Lastly, China’s most important export products are machinery and electrical appliances, and its most important import products are raw materials. 2). 74 SOURCE: China Statistical Yearbook, 1999. 5 SOURCE: China Statistical Yearbook, 1999.
Nonagricultural industries, including service industries, have become the pillar of China’s economy. In addition, the end products of some important industries in China have become number one sellers across the globe. Such pillar industries as auto making and housing have developed by leaps and bounds, showing that China’s industrial system is being perfected and tends to be mature. Lastly, China’s most important export products are machinery and electrical appliances, and its most important import products are raw materials.