Based on the decomposing industry's TFP into technology progress and technology efficiency and using six methods to account for foreign country's R&D, the paper analyses Chinese industry's international R&D spillover by adopting the method of international R&D spillover regressions.
By the industrial theory of international competitive power and the quantitative analytical method of the comparative advantage,the article concludes that at the "Section" levels,the overall trade competitive powers of China's industrial manufacture products are strong,especially the textile products,but at the "Chapter" level,not all of them are strong.
The article gives a brief account of the background in which WTO/TBT came into being,mainly introducing the structure of WTO/TBT and the five principles WTO/TBT follow. The article also gives a specific account of notification & enquiry system of WTO/TBT as well as the impact WTO/TBT may exert upon China's industry.
On the basis of a formal revised model of political economy of trade protection, it tests theoretical hypotheses concerning the political and economic determinants of cross-sector trade protection in the Chinese industry at various periods.
An econometric analysis of development dynamics in modern Chinese industry
Again it would be very beneficial if opportunities for production in the Nepali, Indian or even the Chinese industry could be found.
As a result, the scope for improving the environmental performance of Chinese industry through cleaner coal technologies is extremely large.
At the start of reform, Chinese industry had already attained substantial size.
Some 2045 male Chinese industrial workers aged 40-59 years living in the city of Wuhan in the People's Republic of China were examined for coronary risk factors in the year 1983.
In the Chinese industrial sector, the coal mining and processing industry contributed most to the total quantity of ISW, with 16.0% of the total quantity of ISW generated by this sector.
These findings indicate that Chinese industrial sectors have realised their comparative advantages, but point to the need for the industries to upgrade their export structure in order to sustain growth.
Method: The present study aimed to validate the Chinese version of LASER using a sample of Chinese industrial injured workers.
Dengist reform programs, including mandated changes in the operation of Chinese industrial enterprises, depart radially from previous Maoist practices and ideologies.
(2) The total terrestrial vegetation C sink in China is in a range of 0.096-0.106 Pg C/a between 1981 and 2000, accounting for 14.6%-16.1% of carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted by China's industry in the same period.
The massive lay-offs that took place since 1995 demonstrate the seriousness of the over-staffing problem in the state sector of China's industry.
China's industry has developed extensively with the aid of foreign direct investment, unlike those of Korea and Japan.
These organizations were strong social forces for China's industry and commerce.