People's Republic of China

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  • Political System In China

    institution. Studying the political system will bring benefits to companies on decision making, for example, the timing and mode of market entry. Once the mode of entry or the marketing strategy is inappropriate, with the decreasing of recognition, the companies may be forced to withdraw from the market. Therefore, it is important and naccessary for transnational companies to study the political system of particular country. The purpose of this paper is aimed at helping people who are willing to invest in China to understand more about China’s political and business situations. Political System Constitutes of China We…

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  • Compare And Contrast China After 1911 Revolution

    Compare and contrast China before and after 1911 Revolution The late Qing reform was introduced in the early 20th century. The reform was totally a waste of time as the people started to realize that it was beyond the bounds of possibility for China to survive in the Qing Dynasty. Therefore, many people in China started joining the revolutionary movements led by Dr. Sun Yixian, and as a result, this led to the outbreak of the 1911 Revolution. However, during the Qing Dynasty and after 1911…

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  • Deng Xiaoping's Reform In China

    After Mao Zedong’s death in 1976, China started its new reform era. The new era contrasts sharply from its former era. After the failure of the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution, Deng Xiaoping started a series of reforms that lead to today’s China. There are many aspects that are different from Mao’s regime, but also many aspects they remain constant throughout the years. During the early years of the People’s Republic of China, the communist-lead party was still no part of the…

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  • Differences Of Rule Of Law Between Hong Kong And Mainland China

    There has been a huge uproar in recent years about the major differences of rule of law between Hong Kong and Mainland China. The fact that Hong Kong used to be an important colonial port of British Empire for quite a long time has certainly left its mark. Obviously, the laws and accordingly concept of rule of law in both of these countries have a long history and tradition. The problem for Hong Kong is the major differences with which British and Chinese societies were moving forward over the…

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  • Monopolies In China

    Introduction: China is an economic giant that has shaped the overall economic structure of the world. The traditional culture of China has also allowed for the unique system that China has. The Chinese government invests a significant portion of its money. The huge working class is a very strong asset for Chinese businesses. Because of the influence of Capitalism on the Communist country, China’s economic system allows for the existence of monopolies. China’s economy is more successful than…

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  • China's One Child Policy Research Paper

    the Loneliest Number: The Family Planning Policy in China (First Point) The adverse effects of the one child policy has not only devalued China’s economy, but women in general. Once a daughter marries, she becomes obligated to her husband’s family and is only expected to care for her husband’s parents, leaving her own without any support in their old age. The policy has made a very clear social statement to the citizens of China: that survival and comfort lies in the hands of sons, and daughters…

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  • The Impact Of The Cultural Revolution In China

    Since the late 1970s, China has experienced unprecedented economic growth and development. Established in 1949, the People’s Republic of China, under the governance of Mao Zedong and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) set forth to achieve national unity, social and economic change and freedom from foreign interference (Cienciala, 1999). Mao’s economy was established by 1952, and was a socialist, command economy (Mitter, 2008). Started on the simple principle frequently stated by Deng Xiaoping,…

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  • Korean War Analysis

    as the South Korean troops were met and ambushed by the Chinese. This instance marked the entrance of the People’s Republic of China into the Korean War and raised questions concerning China’s reasons for doing so. The analysis of two documents exchanged during the war will show that China…

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  • China Global Economy Essay

    rich and varied environments. The locations of each region correlate to the resources and products that are able to be produced, distributed, and exported. Throughout history, humans have established societies and civilizations around these resources unique to their own location and trading patterns. The nation of China has been heavily influenced by their location, regional environment, trading patterns, and sociopolitical movements. Within the past few decades, China’s economy has rapidly…

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  • China And Russia Swot Analysis

    Historical Characteristics To start off China and Russia are two of the most biggest land masses in the world. China’s land mass is approximately 3,706,386 square miles, with Russia being the winner with 6,593,000 square miles with both being in the Asia. China for centuries as a top leading civilization, outpacing all of the rest of the world in sciences, and art, but during the 19th century the country was best by civil unrest, with major famines and military defeats. After World war 2, Mao…

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