China’s economic rise as one of the most important stories in the world economy if the Chinese economy began to open up the rest of the world in 1979. However, this increase was not evenly distributed across all regions of China. By 2003, some regions were so clear leader emerged in economic development, while others far behind. A variety of forces also prevented the PRC from a single national market of 1.3 billion people, and the national economy … Read more »

China’s economic rise as one of the most important stories in the world economy if the Chinese economy began to open up the rest of the world in 1979. However, this increase was not evenly distributed across all regions of China. By 2003, some regions were so clear leader emerged in economic development, while others far behind. A variety of forces also prevented the PRC from a single national market of 1.3 billion people, and the economy was perhaps better than a number of regional markets coupled described. Politically China was not a monolith either. The competition between regions and between countries were played in the corridors of power in Beijing and in the regions themselves as locations for investment and positions competed in the market. Understanding China’s regional economy was virtually a prerequisite for the success of the economic policies of the company in China.
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Michael J. Enright,
Vincent Mak
Source: University of Hong Kong
19 pages.
Release Date: 12 May 2004. Prod #: HKU321-PDF-ENG
Regional development in the Chinese mainland HBR case solution

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