China's economic growth, structural transformation and food trade
Since the end of the Cultural Revolution the Chinese economy has grown very rapidly. This growth has been spurred by the major economic reforms of the late 1970s and early 1980s which, among other things, liberalised domestic agricultural markets and international trade and finance, and switched the emphasis of industrial policy from heavy to light manufacturing. During the 1973-83 period China's per capita income grew at 4.5 per cent, almost treble that of other developing...[Show more]
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