China in the World Market: Chinese Industry and International Sources of Reform in the Post-Mao Era

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Index
administrative deregulation, 50, 291; as policy option, 19, 30; in textile industry, 117; see also market coordination
administrative guidance approach, as industrial adjustment strategy, 29–33, 277–79, 286, 289, 291, 293
advanced ship types, 166–67, 185, 210, 211, 213, 217–22, 230, 232–33, 235–36, 267, 271
AFC: see Asian Financial Crisis
Africa, role in transshipment of Chinese textile exports, 97–98
Agents of change: see reform from above, reform from the middle, reform from below
Agreement on Textiles and Clothing (ATC), 65, 69–70, 71
agriculture, as loser in China's WTO entry, 78
Ahrenkiel Shipping Company, Germany, 213
air lock system, 28, 73, 120–21, 134, 137, 158, 298; see also industry-trade coordination, lack of
aircraft industry: see aviation industry
allocative efficiency, 277, 300
all-or-nothing conceptualization, 39–43, 49, 56
Almond, Gabriel, 54
Amsden, Alice, 284
antidumping duties, China as target of, 27, 112; as form of managed trade, 19, 301; see also dumping
APEC: see Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum
Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum, 17
Asian Development Bank, 17
Asian Financial Crisis (AFC), 4, 131, 286, 289; China's currency policy and, 54; diminution of East Asian model and, 312; impact on shipbuilding industry, 15–16, 163, 165, 210, 235, 237; impact on textile industry, 15–16; as impetus for reform and opening, 299, 306; lessons of, 309
Asian Shipping, 213, 239
ATC: see Agreement on Textiles and Clothing
athletic shoes: as a buyer-driven industry, 159; Chinese export industry, 4, 18, 297; see also footwear
Australia, ship purchase from China, 308
automobile industry: as heavy industrial counterpart to shipbuilding in China, 57, 168, 257, 265, 284, 292, 307, 317; industrial policy in China and, 266, 303, 304–5; Japan's response to VERs with the United States, 7–8, 72; as loser in China's WTO entry, 78, 305; in South Korea, 304; as subject of managed trade, 7–8, 72
Automobile Leading Small Group, 265
autonomous export rights: see direct export rights
aviation industry, 173, 176; industrial policy for, 303
Bank of China, 212
basic ship types, 166–67, 179, 182, 183, 185, 187, 210, 217–22, 235–36
Beidaihe conference, 265
Beijing, 147, 148, 151, 223, 251, 303, 307, 308
Belgium, textile industry in, 83
Berlin Express, 217, 242, 245
black market, in textile quotas: see quota trading
BMTs: see bureaus of maritime transport
Bo Yibo, 181

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