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Author
Dobroczyński Michał
Title
Chiny jako nowy czynnik w globalnym układzie sił ekonomiczno-politycznych
China as a New Factor in the Global Economic and Political Power Structure
Source
Prace Naukowe Akademii Ekonomicznej we Wrocławiu, 2006, nr 1147, s. 102-112, bibliogr. 11 poz.
Issue title
Problemy regionalne i globalne we współczesnej gospodarce światowej
Keyword
Gospodarka, Globalizacja gospodarki
Economy, Economic globalization
Note
summ.
Country
Chiny
China
Abstract
Przybliżono sytuację gospodarczą i polityczną Chin. Pokazano perspektywy rozwoju ekonomicznego Chin i ich uwarunkowania.

For a long time, practically since the beginning of 19. Century till 1977 (Deng's "revolution"), China was a stagnating, economically underdeveloped country, largely subordinated to foreign influences or even military invasions. However, due to a very unusual combination of historical traditions, autocratic political power and predominantly market economy, in the recent twenty few years China has been transformed into modern, the most dynamic economy in the world scale. Co-operating systematically with foreign partners in all possible areas, such as trade, direct investments, credits, services. And in politics, culture, science, sports. Insisting on proper, correct relations with all major powers - including the United States and Japan. Entering into integrational relations with the neighbouring countries of ASEAN. And, though very slowly, democratizing internal political or social structures as well. (original abstract)
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Bibliography
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  10. Rychłowski B., Potencjał wszystkich mocarstw Azji, [w:] Stosunki wschód-zachód a Europa Środkowa, red. M. Dobroczyński, Warszawa 2002.
  11. UNCTAD World Investment Report, New York-Geneva 2003.
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ISSN
0324-8445
Language
pol
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