Regional China: A Business and Economic Handbook
by Rongxing Guo
Most of China's provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities that are under the direct control of the central government), which are the average ... Show synopsis Most of China's provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities that are under the direct control of the central government), which are the average size and scale of a European country in population and land area, are considerable political and economic systems in their own right. This handbook provides, in an easy to use format, a broad collection of data on China's 31 provinces. It is a resource book that profiles the geography, demography, economy, political environment and business climates for each of these provinces. The materials included in this handbook, which can be regularly updated with new editions to make sure that the provincial data are as up-to-date as possible, are clearly presented in one volume and will become a useful source book to researchers, businesses, government agencies, and news media with an interest in either the rapidly changing provincial economies or the Chinese economy as a whole.