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The authors examine the singularity of the Chinese experience in building up one of the world's largest telecommunications networks in a period of less than a decade by reviewing China's national industrial policies and institutional reforms within the industry. The reader will find in this volume in-depth analysis of the interplay between politicial and economic forces amidst the industry's structural overhaul and regulatory reforms. The accounts of industrial features and market conditions are enriched with up-to-date data, which are extremely useful for appreciating the development and prospects for this fast-growing market, set against the backdrop of China's accession to the WTO.
|List of figures||p. viii|
|List of tables||p. ix|
|List of acronyms||p. x|
|Exchange rates||p. xii|
|Preface and acknowledgements||p. xiii|
|A great leap forward to the information age||p. 1|
|Behind the hyper growth||p. 17|
|Opening of a mega market||p. 33|
|Forming a regulatory framework||p. 52|
|The impact of China's WTO membership||p. 69|
|New developments and prospects||p. 94|
|Main events of China's telecommunications sector (1979-2003)||p. 113|
|Telecommunications regulations of the People's Republic of China||p. 136|
|Regulations on foreign-invested telecom enterprises||p. 157|
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Series: Advances in Chinese Economic Studies Series
Number Of Pages: 177
Published: January 2003
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6 x 2.5
Weight (kg): 0.45