Economic Development Policies for Central and Western China

Huang, Nancy; Ma, Joie; Sullivan, Kyle
November 2010
China Business Review;Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p24
Academic Journal
The article discusses the economic development policies for central and western provinces of China. It is observed that foreign companies investing in priority industries in these provinces enjoy tax incentives. It notes that the economic growth in the central region of the country tend to generate domestic demand and lead policymaking toward the region.


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