The Positionality of Russia’s Far East Border Regions
Problems of Economic Transition, 2017, vol. 59, issue 10, 753-767
This article considers changes in the relationship between the economic structures and local residents of the border regions of the Russian Far East and northern China, and analyzes cross-border migration, the development of the Chinese agribusiness, and the dependence of the Russian Far East on trade with China.
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