An Economic Survey of Communist China

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Index
Acids, 300
Aeronautical manufacturing, 266
Afforestation
area, 335
shelter belts, 340 n. 56
Agrarian reform see "land policy"
Agricultural construction projects, 262
Agricultural Co-operative Bank, 413
Agricultural co-operativization, effect on under-employment, 316-318
Agricultural investment, 251, 262
Agricultural policy see "land policy;"
Agricultural production
Five Year Plan target, 261
general 243-246
Albania, 368, 473-482
Alcohol, 302
Alkalies, 300
Allocation of materials, 209-210
Aluminum
construction projects, 265
production, 28-29
Ammonium nitrate, 302
Ammonium sulphate, 300-302, 469
Anhwei
civilian labor, 327
coal reserve, 26
construction projects, 265, 269-270
flood damage, 324-325
Huai-nan coal mine, 25
Hwai River constructions, 329
iron ore reserve, 26
irrigated land, 329
population, 17
power transmission, 310 n. 7
water conservation, 334
An-shan
blast furnace capacity, 292-293
cement industry, 303-304
construction projects, 265, 270
population, 16
power transmission, 310 n. 7
steel-making capacity, 293
Antimony, 24, 28-29, 265, 296, 457
Arable land, uncultivated, 22-23
see also "cultivated land"
Army
cost to maintain, 112 n. 55
privileges during "land reform," 135
recruiting of militia, 149
Asset revaluation by private business, 225- 226
Automatic blast furnace, 293
Automobile manufacturing
Five Year Plan, 264
new plants, 267, 271
tires, 257-259
Balance of international payments, 50, 457, 466, 468, 494
Ball bearings, 299
Bank credit
interest rates, 408-410, 416-417
policy, 415-417
short-term, 406
Bank deposits, government control of, 75- 76
Bank of China, 402, 412-413, 457
Bank of Communications, 406, 413
Banking structure, 412-414
Banks, regional and local, 398-400
Barter exchange, 461
Bauxite, 24
Belgium, 473-482, 498 n. 12
Blast furnace capacity, 292-294
Bleaching powder, 301-302
Blockade, 342, 484
Bone meal, 301
Bristles, 471
Budget
balance of, 64, 96-100, 107-108
deficit, 38, 66-68, 85-87, see also "inflation"
extraordinary levies, 102-103
Korean war, 101, 112 n. 55
1950-1955, division of revenues and expenditures, 69, 97-99
Bulgaria, 368, 473-482
Bureaucratic capital, 6
Burma, 473-482
Business concentration, 223-226
Calcium carbide, 302
Canton (Kuang-chou)
(cement industry, 304
chemical industry, 302
"commodity equivalent unit index," 80- 83
control of gold, silver, and foreign exchange, 402-403
foreign exchange rate, 486
household coal consumption, 310 n. 14

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Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Chapter One - Introduction 1
  • Notes 10
  • Chapter Two - Background and Heritage 12
  • Notes 60
  • Chapter Three - Economic Stabilization and Fiscal Policy 64
  • Notes 108
  • Chapter Four - Land Redistribution and Its Implications 113
  • Notes 151
  • Chapter Five - Agricultural Production and Self-Sufficiency 154
  • Notes 189
  • Chapter Six - Industrialization, Planning and Socialization 192
  • Notes 232
  • Chapter Seven - An Appraisal of General Industrial Recovery and Development 238
  • Notes 275
  • Chapter Eight - Survey of Selected Industries 280
  • Notes 310
  • Chapter Nine - Forced Labor and Mass Labor Projects 316
  • Notes 338
  • Chapter Ten - Transportation and Domestic Trade 341
  • Notes 390
  • Chapter Eleven - Monetary and Banking Control 395
  • Notes 421
  • Chapter Twelve - Labor Organization and Wages 424
  • Notes 453
  • Chapter Thirteen - Foreign Economic Relations 456
  • Notes 496
  • Chapter Fourteen - Conclusion 501
  • Notes 507
  • Appendix 509
  • Index 552
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