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Structure and Structural Change in the Chilean Economy

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        StatementPalgrave Macmillan
        PublishersPalgrave Macmillan
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        LC ClassificationsSeptember 19, 2006
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        Paginationxvi, 57 p. :
        Number of Pages84
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Also, it can be further concluded that the urbanization of China in the future will be concentrated in the Pearl River Delta, the Yangtze River Delta and the Circum-Bohai-Sea Region, which is a process of reallocation and optimization of land, resources and population. The profit earning is the sole aim of the business units. Also, the total number of people working in the tertiary industry surpassed that in the secondary industry in 1994.

Weak productivity is problematic because it signals weaker economic growth, therefore eroding the public finances. 97 Income from properties 35.

Economic environment & structural changes in economy

The major initiative was the start of the household responsibility system. Their development creates favorable conditions for growth and also for better human living. Starting from 1998 until after 2010, stimulated by active fiscal policies and expanding consumption credit, urbanization picked up pace in China, and investment dominated China's economic growth.

Achievements in energy, transportation and communication infrastructures stimulated demands for products, such as power, transport vehicles, building materials, steels, nonferrous metals, petrochemicals and mechatronics, as well as demands for the construction industry, which boosted the secondary industry.

Agriculture was asked to assess the role of public-sector agricultural research on changes in the size and numbers of farms, with particular emphasis on the evolution of very-large-scale operations.