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Two Major Problems in Developing China’s Unified Trust Market

2005-02-11

Now, two years later, the problems not only still exist, but also become more serious, with endless market disputes, continuous emergence of investment risks and a sea of red-lights given by the regulatory agencies.

Market-oriented Reform and Coordinated Development of China’s Urban and Rural Areas (Abridged)

2005-02-11

Before China began reform and opening up, the land system of the people’s commune was a major cause of the urban-rural disequilibrium.

Develop People-Enriching Industry to PromoteVirtuous Cycle of Urban and Rural Economies(Abridged) -- Survey on Rural Economy Development of Huhehot City

2005-02-11

The experience of Huhehot City in developing its rural economy indicates that the city has earnestly implemented the requirements of the“No. 1 Document”of the central government.

Competition Policies for the Information Age: Basic Framework and Suggestions (Abridged)

2005-02-11

Competition policies, or anti-monopoly policies, are generally divided into structural policies and behavioral policies.

An Analysis of the Policy Demand of Small and Medium-Sized Technology-based Enterprises

2005-02-11

Government support for the development of small and medium-sized enterprises has become an international practice.

Main Issues in the Current Railway Investment and Financing System

2005-02-11

Since reform and opening up, China’s railway construction has lagged behind the development of the national economy.

Road Freight Transportation in China: Main Problems

2005-02-11

Roadsare one of the primary means of transportation in modern times, and road freight transportation is a fundamental and leading industry in economic and social development.

Promoting Tourism in Western Development (Abridged)-- Survey on Tourism in Gansu Province

2005-02-11

From the 1980s to 2004, the development of tourism in Gansu Province could be divided into three stages: In the first stage – 1980s, tourism only meant reception of foreign affairs with low rates of resource utilization and low-end products.