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Pax sinica : geopolitics and economics of China's ascendance / Y.Y. Kueh.

Author/creator Kueh, Y. Y.
Format Electronic and Book
Publication InfoHong Kong : Hong Kong University Press,
Descriptionxxi, 437 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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Supplemental Content Full text available from UPCC Books Political Science and Policy Studies 2012 Subject Collection
Subject(s)
Contents Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Acronyms and glossaries -- Introduction: Economic imperatives versus geopolitics -- The emergence of the greater China economic circle -- Hong Kong surviving the open-door, reforming Chinese economy -- Guangdong province ascending as the "Fifth Dragon" -- The US connection of Hong Kong in China's "one country, two economies" system -- Hong Kong weathering the Asian financial storm -- The greater China growth triangle in the Asian financial crisis -- Financial restructuring for economic recovery in China and Hong Kong SAR -- The "China factor" vs. the "US dollar peg" in the success story of Hong Kong -- China and the prospects for economic integration within APEC -- China's new industries and regional economic realignment in the Asia Pacific.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references (p. [377]-415) and index.
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Technical detailsMode of access: World Wide Web
Genre/formElectronic books.
LCCN 2013383414
ISBN9789888083824 (hbk.)
ISBN9888083821 (hbk.)