- The object being control or moderation of economic depressions.
- 1.loan Provided as revolving fund in support of production and sales during the period of economic recession;
- A wordy article by a pseudonymous author on the second page of the party's mouthpiece the people's daily has just been used to deliver a message of defiance in the face of mounting public criticism of the country's economic reforms.
- Some analysts say the move amounts to a diplomatic power play with beijing leveraging its growing economic might and unsettled emotions from the war era to assert itself as asia's leading political power.
- In order to boost economic development many countries exploit natural resources excessively and transfer pollutive industry or hazard wastes which may worsen the pollution.
- Under the processes of globalization and socio economic transition the research in these fields will play an important role in achieving the comprehensive coordinated and sustainable development of china.
- Accordingly the concept of economy has also gone beyond the original level of material goods and an economic meaning has been rendered to social status knowledge symbols and significance of human beings.
- He is more miserly than economical.
- China's tariff policy was to promote economic reform and opening of the economy.
- China's goal in establishing special economic zones was not to create a one-sided economic development that would only benefit the wealthy east coast.
- The negative impact of china's overabundance of population has permeated all aspects of social and economic life; in fact many difficulties china has encountered in its economic and social development are directly related to the problem of population.
- The accumulation of chinese socialist original capital is the economic foundation of the socialist system.
- The chinese nation needs to rejuvenate but this needs the guide of marxism and its economics.
- Experts regard it as a warning signal of an economic smashup
- Experts regarded it as a warning signal of an economic smashup.