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OECD Economic Surveys: China 2013
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  22 Mar 2013
Pages: 158 , Language: English
Version: E-book (PDF Format)
ISBN: 9789264182608 , OECD Code: 102013051E1
Price:   €31 | $44 | £28 | ¥4000 | MXN560
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OECD's 2013 Economic Survey of China examines recent economic developments, policies and prospects. Special chapters cover inclusive urbanisation and reforms for a healthier environment.

Table of contents:
Basic statistics of China 
Executive summary
Assessment and recommendations

-China continues to advance
-China’s high growth can be sustained over the medium term
-Further financial sector reforms are underway
-Strengthening innovation and competition is essential for sustaining growth
-Further reforms for inclusive urbanisation
-Reforming sub-national finance to promote geographical equity
and facilitate urbanisation
-Greening the economy will require concerted efforts
-Annex 1. OECD key recommendations on structural policie and selected aspects of the President’s report
to the 18th Party Congress held in November 2012
Chapter 1. Urbanisation, growth and social inclusion
-Urbanisation in China: a long history
-Urbanisation has brought considerable benefits
-Mitigating the costs associated with urbanisation
-Housing and land
-The role of government in urban development 
-MIgration and urban growth
Providing public services to the families of migrants in cities
-Reform of the hukou system
-Constraints on further urbanisation
Chapter 2. Reforms for a cleaner, healthier environment
-Progress is being made but wide-ranging environmental challenges remain
-Market-oriented reforms will help improve resource efficiency
-Effective planning and strong standards are also needed
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