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China's Economic Reforms
A look at China's economic growth and related shortcomings.
# 112576 | 1,465 words | 9 sources | APA | 2009 | US

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The paper relates that while China's economic reform has been a huge success, there are many concerns about China's economy being linked
to other economies and its World Trade Organization (WTO) membership. The paper also discusses how critics accuse the country of intentionally undervaluing its currency and reveals China's shortcomings in enforcing intellectual property rights (IPR) laws. Additionally, the paper points out the deterioration in the environment that is another consequence of China's economic development. The paper concludes that China's is clearly moving in the right direction and its success will compel the government to make the additional changes that its world trading partners are demanding and that environmental limitations dictate.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • 2006 report to Congress on China's WTO compliance (2006, December 11). United States Trade Representative. Retrieved from
  • A brief chronology of China's intellectual property protection. Retrieved from:
  • Balfour, F.(2008, March 18). World sneezes, China's just fine. BusinessWeek. Retrieved from:
  • China. The World Fact Book. Retrieved from:
  • Economic reform in the People's Republic of China. Wikipedia. Retrieved from:

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