Chapter four is based on the our country's circumstance, studies the Chinese bank capital adequacy supervision, expounds that the first premise is to establish the deposit insurance, points out three problems, namely the banking corporate governance, credit rating, information disclosure, and expound the reform way.
Based on the brief review of the background of the construction of the agricultural information system in China, four necessities and five advantages of the construction of the agricultural information system in Hubei are analyzed especially, and current situations about three big problems are discussed deeply.
With the assistance of historical experiences,this paper will try to offer theoretic approaches to solve the three main problems through analyzing the generation and the evolvement of them from the Chinese perspectives.
Three problems are discussed on the basis of the obtained and recently published data: (1) the mechanism of T.
Three problems of two-phase flow through porous media are considered.
Three problems are considered: the one-dimensional problem of vibrational motion in the cylindrical gap, the self-similar problem for the flow in the end interdisk gaps, and the two-dimensional problem that describes the flow in the corner region.
Three problems of convertive stability in a spherical liquid layer are considered.
The results of the numerical simulation of three problems of ideal gas flow with shock waves, which admit self-similar solutions, are presented.
Existing regional LUC models can answer the three main problems: which contribution (why), which location (where) and what rate (when).
Three main problems were pointed out to us by six own observations from 1965-1970: 1.
There are three main problems in the weakly nonlinear theory of hydrodynamic stability: (1)The radius of convergence with respect to the perturbation parameter is too small and there is no concrete estimation for it.
This basic difficulty can be handled in a number of ways, but three main problems emerge with most solutions.
This paper presents a hierarchical trend model (HTM) for selling prices of houses, addressing three main problems: the spatial and temporal dependence of selling prices and the dependency of price index changes on housing quality.