Cities in China: Recipes for Economic Development in the Reform Era

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Index

a
administrative reorganization 5 , 54 , 201
agricultural population of cities 53 -5
airports 42 , 114 , 118 -19, 173 , 177 , 225 , 228 , 241 , 285
Anping county 163
automobile industry 37

b
bankruptcy 204
banks 41 , 46 -7, 114 , 121 , 123 , 277
Beihai 66 , 105 , 197 , 228
Beijing 6 , 18 , 31 , 38 , 46 ;
economic indicators 20 -1;
proximity to 7 , 11 , 29 - 30 ;
Tiananmen incident 92 , 120 , 157 , 238
Bi Xizhen 120
Bo Xilai 12 , 107 , 121
Bo Yibo 121
'boat-borrowing' policy 197
Bohai area 27 , 30 , 37 -8, 128
bonded warehouses 242 , 244 , 246
bonded zones 5 , 10 , 43 , 114 , 119 , 121 , 220 , 246 -7
borrowing see loans
bridge building 261 , 263 , 273 , 282 -4
bureaucratic red tape 273
Byrd, William A. 204

c
cadres, appointment of 275
Caihu 170
Cangnan county 75
capitalist tendencies 57 , 63 -4
career progression of officials 200 -1, 243
Carnation Company 173
Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party 34 -5, 41 , 118 , 151 , 197
central economic cities (CECs) 3 , 5 , 9 , 111 -13, 119 , 125 , 128 , 268 , 275
centrally administered cities 19 - 24passim,32 -3, 183 , 194 , 200
Changchun 195
Changzhou 222 , 225 , 227 , 229 , 247
Chaoyang 256
Chen Guangyi 158 , 161 -2
Chen Mingyi 162
Chen Yun 223 , 274
Chen Zuolin 83
Chengdu:
compared with Chongqing 9 - 11 , 55 , 183 - 208 ;
markets in 203 ;
statistical profile and economic indicators 183 -6, 199
Cheung, Peter T.Y. author of Chapter2
Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference 35
Chongqing 6 , 113 :
compared with Chengdu 9 - 11 , 55 , 183 - 208 ;
statistical profile and economic indicators 183 -6, 199
'Chongqing experience', the 193
Chongqing Knitting Mill 204
Chunan 78
Chung, Jae Ho 27 , 272 ;
editor and author of Chapter4
cities:
hierarchy of 2 - 3 , 6 - 7 , 256 ;
in charge of counties 2 , 226 , 266 , 270 -2, 286 ;
synopsis of comparisons between 7 - 10
coastal cities and provinces 11 , 20 , 27 , 46 , 68 , 205 , 246 ;
see also coastal open cities
coastal open cities (COCs) 3 , 5 , 21 , 28 , 32 -5, 55 , 66 - 72 , 78 , 105 , 109 , 111 , 113 , 125 , 128 , 154 , 156 , 158 , 220 , 223 -6, 231 , 241 , 247 , 267 -9, 275
Coca Cola company 198
collectives 276 , 280

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