China's Energy Strategy: Economic Structure, Technological Choices, and Energy Consumption

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INDEX
Acid rain, 22, 23
Air pollution. See Emissions
Biomass energy, 2, 11, 89
Capital investment, 77-78
decentralization of investment authority, 78
growth in, 3, 70-71, 77
in iron and steel industry, 149-151
liberal bank lending, 78
primary energy requirements of, 66,67
share of GDP, 25, 26, 71
Carbon dioxide emissions, 8, 23
Conservation. See Energy conservation
Decoupling of energy and economic growth, 6-7, 104
Dematerialization, 122, 123
Developing countries
changes in energy intensity, 1, 2
growth in economic output, 1, 2
growth in energy consumption, 1, 2
Development. See Economic development
Development effect on energy, 2, 6, 7
Dual-price system, 109, 110, 117
Economic development
and energy uses, 1-3, 6-7
patterns of, 2, 117, 119
strategy of, 25-27, 107-108
Economic growth, and energy
consumption, 1-3, 6-7
Economic production, definition of, 13
Economic reform, 6, 107-108, 117, 126
and economic growth, 108
and productivity growth, 108, 109
Economic structure, 25, 26
and industrial policy, 25-27
Emissions
carbon dioxide, 8, 23
nitrogen oxides, 22
sulfur oxides, 22
suspended particulates, 22
Energy, measurement issues, 13-14, 36, 58, 59
Energy balance, 15-17

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