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CHINA AS WORLD POWER.

Evolution of poor, isolated communist nation into global political & economic power. Leadership, govt., capitalism, laws, trade, energy, foreign relations, taxes, ethnic issues, demographics, management. Outline.
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CHINA AS AN EMERGING SUPERPOWER
I. INTRODUCTION.
A. Topic Introduction.
B. Justification for the Study.
C. Focus of the Study.
D. Background Information.
II. POLITICAL AND LEGAL STRUCTURES IN CHINA.
A. Political Factors.
B. Legal Factors.
III. CHINA’S ECONOMY.
A. Population.
B. Energy and Environment.
C. Planning.
D. Institutions.
E. Growt

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