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by Dileep M. Wagle,Neil Gregory,Stoyan Tenev

Author: Dileep M. Wagle,Neil Gregory,Stoyan Tenev
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: World Bank Publications (October 11, 2000)
Pages: 88 pages
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By Neil Gregory and Stoyan Tenev - A 1999 survey of more than . Source: Neil Gregory, Stoyan Tenev, and Dileep M. Wagle, 2000, China's Emerging Private Enterprises: Prospects for the New Century (Washington: International Finance Corporation)

By Neil Gregory and Stoyan Tenev - A 1999 survey of more than 600 private Chinese enterprises revealed that they relied primarily on self-financing. Wagle, 2000, China's Emerging Private Enterprises: Prospects for the New Century (Washington: International Finance Corporation). Internal sources tend to become less important as firms grow larger.

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by Dileep M. ISBN 9780821348499 (978-0-8213-4849-9) Softcover, World Bank Publications, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'China's Emerging Private Enterprises: Prospects for the New Century'.

Gregory, Neil, Stoyan Tenev, and Dileep Wagle. China's Emerging Private Enterprises: Prospects for the New Century. International Finance Corporation, 2000. Hierarchy and Entry/Expansion of the Non-State Sector.

New New Industries Places from The Emergence of the Software and Hardware Industries in China and India more. China's Emerging Private Enterprises: Prospects for the New Century more. Development is not an abstract concept but a real process of emergence and growth of new industries and economic activities. China and India have recorded extraordinary development success in recent years.

China's emerging private enterprises : prospects for the new century. Neil F. Gregory, Stoyan Valtchev Tenev, Dileep M. Stoyan Valtchev Tenev, Amanda S. Carlier, Omar Chaudry, Quynh-Trang Nguyen. At the same time, it has undergone a fundamental change, from complete reliance on state-owned and collective enterprise to a mixed econom. More). The development story in Vietnam in recent years has been one of remarkable progress (Dollar 2002).

China's economy has grown rapidly over the past decade. At the same time, it has undergone a fundamental change, from complete reliance on state-owned and collective enterprise to a mixed economy where private enterprise also plays a strong role. By 1998 the domestic private sector had grown to about 27 percent of gross domestic product, making it second to the state enterprise sector in economic importance. A constitutional amendment in 1999 formally recognized this shift, thereby laying the foundation for the private sector to emerge from the shadows and play a prominent role in China's future development.This study was undertaken in partnership with the State Economic and Trade Commission (SETC) and draws on fieldwork in China in the summer of 1999, along with discussions at a conference in Beijing in April 2000. It also draws on IFC's and the World Bank Group's global experience in promoting private sector development. It offers business owners, managers, and policymakers assistance in identifying an action agenda to help reduce present constraints and enhance the available opportunities.