China To-Day: Economic

China To-Day: Economic

China To-Day: Economic

China To-Day: Economic

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The review of economic conditions and possibilities in China contained in the following pages would not have been possible if it had not been for the utilization of research work from many hands. There can be little that is original in any attempt to survey briefly the economic problems of a continent. The author desires to express his thanks to those whose patient field work has thrown so much light upon the real difficulties with which China is faced. This field work is being done under conditions of extreme difficulty and no one who has any first-hand knowledge of it can fail to admire the resourcefulness and determination with which it is carried through.

In the preparation of this volume the author has leaned heavily upon the important material provided by the research workers, particularly at the University of Nanking under the leadership of Professor J. Lossing Buck and at Nankai University under Professor Franklin L. Ho. He has received valuable advice and criticism also from Professor Leonard Hsu of Yenching University, Mr. D. K. Lieu and Mr. W. L. Holland. For the interpretation and arrangement of the material, however, the author is wholly responsible.

J. B. CONDLIFFE

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
August 1, 1931 . . .

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