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China's Market Economy

Implications for the World Trading System

Format: Paperback
Publisher: Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, United Kingdom
Published: 1st Apr 1998
Dimensions: w 152mm h 229mm
Weight: 12g
ISBN-10: 186203057X
ISBN-13: 9781862030572
Barcode No: 9781862030572
Synopsis
Among the contentious issues relating to China's application for membership of the World Trade Organization is its designation as a non-market economy. The first publication of the Chatham House China Task Force, this report addresses various aspects of this issue. David Wall examines the concept of a 'market economy' and, on the basis of fieldwork undertaken in China in 1997, concludes that it is no longer reasonable to treat China as a non-market economy, at least as regards to the application of the EU's antidumping regulations and provide practical advice to countries on ways of defending themselves against dumping accusations. Richard Grant, drawing on a survey of EU businesses, details the problems faced by Western companies attempting to break into the Chinese market.

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