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Inflation and Investment Controls in China

Yasheng Huang

in Cambridge Books from Cambridge University Press

Abstract: How has the Chinese central government been able to avoid the crippling hyperinflation that has bedeviled so many developing and centrally planned economies? China's unique, de facto federalism, Huang argues - a combination of economic and fiscal decentra

Date: 1996
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