China Perspectives No. 41

China Perspectives No. 41

China - Economy

China’s Economic Wager on the WTO: Realities, Myths and Unknown Factors Page 4

Jean-François Huchet

The World Trade Organisation and the Reform of the Chinese Financial System Page 14

Rose Zhang Ruosi

The Petroleum Sector After China’s Entry Into the WTO
Can the Chinese oil giants survive market competition? Page 24

Mai Yinhua

Telecommunications in China: Towards a Post-WTO Shock Therapy? Page 33

Eric Sautedé

Agricultural Underemployment and Rural Migration in China: Facts and Figures Page 47

Li XiandeClaude Aubert

Book Reviews

Lin Yi-Min, Between Politics and Market Firms, Competition and Institutional Change in Post-Mao China Page 59

Marina Thorborg

Andrew M. Marton, China’s Spatial Economic Development. Restless Landscapes in the Lower Yangzi Delta Page 62

Guillaume Giroir

Marie-Eve Blanc, Laurence Husson and Evelyne Micollier eds., Sociétés asiatiques face au Sida Page 64

Bernard Hours

Edmund Terence Gomez and Michael Hsiao Hsin-Huang eds., Chinese Business in South-East Asia. Contesting Cultural Explanations, Researching Entrepreneurship Page 66

Gilles Guiheux

Vincent Goossaert, Dans les temples de la Chine. Histoire des cultes, Vie des communautés Page 68

David Palmer

David P. Barret and Larry N. Shyu eds., Chinese Collaboration With Japan, 1932-1945: The Limits of Accommodation Page 71

Xiaohong Xiao-planes

Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard and Mads Kirkebæk eds, China and Denmark—Relations Since 1674, and Christopher Bo Bramsen, Peace and Friendship. Denmark’s Official Relations with China. 1674-2000 Page 74

Claudie Gardet

Alain Le Pichon, Aux origines de Hong Kong—Aspects de la civilisation commerciale à Canton: le fonds de commerce de Jardine, Matheson & Co., 1827-1839 Page 78

Michel Bonnin

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