China’s Telecommunications Market
Ding Lu () and
Chee K. Wong
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The authors examine the singularity of the Chinese experience in building up its extensive telecommunications network in merely a decade, by reviewing China’s national industrial policies and institutional reforms within the industry. The reader will find in this volume a unique and in-depth analysis of the interplay between political and economic forces amidst the industry’s structural overhaul and regulatory reforms. The accounts of industrial features and market conditions are enriched with up-to-date data, which are extremely useful for appreciating the development and prospects for this fast-growing market, set against the backdrop of China’s accession to the WTO.
Keywords: Asian Studies; Innovations and Technology (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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