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  • Analysis Of The Story ' Shenzhen '

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    Overview The story of Shenzhen always begins with lyrics from a song: “In 1979, an old man drew a circle at the South Sea of China” written by Jiang Kairu (“A Story of Spring”). The old man, Deng Xiaoping, still enjoyed a prestigious reputation among old generations because of opening China to foreign investment and the global market, and supporting the market economy. If Shenzhen is the circle, then for many people, Deng is the designer that drew it. As the first special economic zone established

  • Chapter 10 : Shenzhen Economy Today

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    Chapter 10: Shenzhen Economy Today Many believe that the city of Shenzhen will become one of the most important cities in the world in the coming decades. It’s geographic, social, financial, and political position within the Chinese ecosystem makes Shenzhen the potential city of the future. Over the past decades China witnessed enviable Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth year over year, taking into account the economic collapse of 2008. The engine behind that growth was the city of Shenzhen. A city

  • Role Of Export Led Growth On Shenzhen

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    Role of Export-led Growth in Shenzhen The unparalleled growth of economies in China over the past thirty decades have sparked a lot of interests from economists, with many arguments and explanations attempting to account for the actual dynamics that influenced such growths. Since the 1970s, the Chinese’s economy has a tendency is constantly increasing. The export-led growth gradually exceeded the import, with an annual growth of 17.2 percent in exports and 16.4 percent in import in 2010 (

  • Aganist the Guangzhou-Shenzhen- Hong Kong Express Railway

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    The confrontations about the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Railway (XRL) came to an end four years ago as the Chief Executive Donald Tsang approved the implementation of this cross-cities high-speed rail link. (Hong Kong Government, 2009) Yet, related debates have not ended. While some citizens oppose to the construction of this rail link, the government and few others insist that the project will be beneficial to Hong Kong. However, this essay argues that XRL should not be built because it

  • Introduction As a part of our Fb& E course we have to compalsary do a country visit and visiting

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    light manufacturing & services. It helped in absorbing surplus labour. It resulted in growth of China. MNC are encouraged to have joint ventures but now even wholly owned MNC’s are also allowed in China. SEZ were stared in China to encourage FDI in Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Shantou & Xiamen. Details of places visited  Shanghai: Shanghai is the one of the largest city by population in China and the largest city proper in the world. It is province-level municipalities in the People's Republic of China. It

  • Elderly Care in HK Essay

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    Individual Written Assignment A 5-year Marketing Plan for Senior Citizen Home Safety Association Content Introduction Senior Citizen Home Safety Association (SCHSA/the association) was founded in 1996, reacting to the tragedy that more than a hundred singleton elders were found dead under the sudden attack of a cold spell at the same year. It was the first charitable institution offering emergency link service to the elderly in Hong Kong. Making use of innovative technology and personalized

  • Land Use And Rural Development: A Case Study Of China

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    4.2 Land use and rural development: A Case Study of China 4.2.1 General overview Prior to the opening up and reform in China, land tenure was largely controlled by the state as a result of Chairman Mao Zedong vision of a soviet styled industrialized socialist republic. It was during his leadership era in China that land was forcefully taken from landowners in various provinces and reclaimed for agricultural purposes. This move was basically undertaken to fulfill Mao Zedong vision of extracting

  • Huawei : A Leading Global Information And Communications Technology Solution

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    technology “ICT” solutions provider. Through its dedication to customer-centric innovation and strong partnerships, it has established end-to-end solution advantages in telecom networks, devices, and cloud computing. The company’s headquarters is in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China. Founded by Ren Zhengfei in 1987, and now Huawei’s products and solutions have been deployed in over 170 countries and regions, serving more than one third of the world’s population (Corporate Information, n.d.). The company

  • Essay about Hong Kong and Shenzhen’s Coopetition in Logistics Industry

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    policy. However, starting from 1997, the share of Hong Kong port started diminishing because of the rapid growth of Shenzhen. According to GHK 2004, the share of Hong Kong port experienced a significant drop from 93% in 1997 to 62% in 2003. Hong Kong port started to face the challenges from Shenzhen and being limited by the lack of space and the relatively high operations costs. Shenzhen, the nearest province of China from Hong Kong, has a 260km long coastline. This coastline was separated in to East

  • China 's Economic Growth Mechanism

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    The article of Yasheng Huang,named how did China take off,discussing on economic growth mechanism, mainly come to China’s economic reform had the process of financial liberalization. Furthermore, he pointed out that political reform, financial liberalization and the development of township enterprises are the key focus on China’s development. Huang argues that the results of China 's economic development are mainly due to internal reforms which are the reforms of China’s rural industry. On the contrary