Expanding Sino-American Business and Trade: China's Economic Transition

Synopsis

This collection of original essays highlights the implications of China's economic transition since 1978 for Sino-American business and trade. Each chapter assesses the implications of China's economic and trade reforms from a different perspective, but the thread running through all of them is a conviction that the government of China and Chinese enterprises will have to strengthen their capacity to compete more effectively in the global economy if they are to be successful in expanding trade and business with the United States. Government and business leaders in both countries will face important challenges in adjusting to changing global trade alliances if they are to be more effective trading partners.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Weiqiao Wu
  • Dennis A. Rondinelli
  • Jay E. Klompmaker
  • Richard G. Starr Jr.
  • William A. Fischer
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1994