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  • U.S. China Policy
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    Paul Kanitra Public Policy Paper-Draft #1 9-28-99 Since the initial warming of U.S. -China relations in the early 1970's, policymakers have had difficulty balancing conflicting U.S. policy concerns in the People's Republic of China. In the strange world of diplomacy between the two, nothing is predictable. From Nixon to Clinton, presidents have had to reconcile security and human rights concerns with the corporate desire for expanded economic relations between the two countries. Nixon establishe...
  • Industry In China The Chinese
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    Manufacturing and Industry in China The Chinese have long since been an enterprising group of people. Long before the introduction of Western technologies and ideas, this country has had a history of local industry dating back some 2000 years. These innovative people, from an early time, produced paper, gunpowder, and silk, and printing with one of the first movable type. In all, the manufacture of luxury items, fine handcrafts, metal crafting and the manufacture of tools were all well establish...
  • China's Auto Industry
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    OVERVIEW China and its economy Capital: Beijing Population: 1.3 billion Area: 9.6 million sq km Currency: Yuan Ren Min BiG NP: $4 Trillion (2001) GDP: $7.262 trillion (2004 est.) Per Capita: $5,600 (2004 est.) Form: People's Republic Official Languages: Chinese (Mandarin) Growth Rate in Real GDP: 1999 7.1%2000 8.0%2001 7.3%2002 8.0%2003 8.4%2004 9.1%Inflation rate (consumer prices): 4.1% (2004 est.) Located in South East Asia, China is home to 1.3 billion people and constitutes 22% of the world'...
  • China And Taiwan
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    U.S. Looks to Ease Tensions In Asia The Deputy Secretary of State has planned a five nation trip. The purpose of this trip is to bring peace between not only India and Pakistan but also China and Taiwan. India and Pakistan continue to dispute about the ownership of Kashmir. There is hope of peace talks to take place between the two countries. Upon his visit to China and Taiwan, Richard Armitage hopes to bring China and Taiwan to terms with their disagreement about Taiwan declaring formal indepen...
  • Morgan Stanley's Toughest Competitor In China
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    Morgan Stanley, one of the top giants of U.S. financial corporations, recently paired with China Construction Bank (CCB), one of China's four sizeable commercial banks. This partnership is the first ever for China's economic sector. It also marks a milestone toward banking reform. For Morgan Stanley, they are now notorious to be the first foreign bank to have a direct joint venture to dispose of China's nonperforming loans. It will also be China's chance to gain Western banking aptitude and to c...
  • 50 Percent Of China's Loans
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    (2 August 2001) Its "assets" are its greatest liabilities. The loans made by the banks' "assets" in bankers terms are mostly nonperforming, a polite term used by the financial community to describe loans in default. State-owned enterprises (SOEs) cannot, or will not, pay back the banks, so today there is a client crisis. What is the extent of the damage that China has inflicted on its banking system? Don't ask the People's Bank of China, the central bank, if you really want to know. The technocr...

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