Economic Development of Communist China

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Economic Development of Communist China

By Choh-Ming Li
University of California Press, 1959
284 pp. $7.50

In this monograph a professor of business administration at the University of California undertakes an analysis of the growth of the Chinese economy from 1952 to 1957. As in most Communist countries agricultural production fell below expectations, whereas industrial production was moving up rapidly.

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