2 edition of China"s struggle for tariff autonomy, 1843-1938 found in the catalog.
China"s struggle for tariff autonomy, 1843-1938
Stanley Fowler Wright
|Statement||by Stanley F. Wright.|
|LC Classifications||HF2316 .W7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 775 p.|
|Number of Pages||775|
|LC Control Number||39004115|
China's Struggle for Tariff Autonomy - Taipei, Taiwan: Ch'eng-Wen Publishing Company, Reprint of edition. Hardcover. Thick, small octavo (standard size). Some wear to edges and corners of boards. Head and heel bumped. Spine faded but very legible. Some soiling to top of textblock. Flyleaves darkened a bit. Bertil Linter's recent book, Great Game East, is best summarised by its very own subtitle: India, China, and the Struggle for Asia's Most Volatile Frontier. Of course, the frontier is India's northeast, meaning both Myanmar, which he dubs a cockpit of anarchy, and Bangladesh which just happen to be front-seat players in what he calls Asia's most serious superpower rivalry in the 21st Century.
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By linking the Chinas struggle for tariff autonomy of policing, legal regulation of production and consumption Author: Philip Thai. China’s War on Smuggling is a fascinating study of the complicated links between tariff policy, smuggling, and the development of the modern Chinese state Thai’s book will be of interest to economic and fiscal historians, but also to those concerned with how the Chinese state was able to strengthen its capacity to control markets and.
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Book II: Obligations. Book III: Rights over Things. English translation. Shanghai, The Criminal Code of the Republic of China. Wright (Stanley F.), China’s Struggle for Tariff Autonomy, – Shanghai, Google Scholar. Wu (Chih-Fang.
For more details, see Stanley F. Wright, China's Struggle for Tariff Autonomy, – (Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh, ). All data from Trade of China (various issues) and Liang-lin Hsiao, China's Foreign Trade Statistics, – (Cambridge: Harvard East Asian Monographs, ).
China's struggle for tariff autonomy,by Stanley F. Wright The origin and development of the Chinese Customs Service, an historical outline / by Stanle China's customs revenue since the revolution of / by Stanley F. Wright. 3d ed., rev. and enl. with. China’s War on Smuggling will appeal to those interested in the history of commerce, law, and criminology in modern China.
-- Laurie Dickmeyer, New Books in East Asian Studies China’s War on Smuggling is a fascinating study of the complicated links between tariff policy, smuggling, and the development of the modern Chinese stateAuthor: Philip Thai.
China was forced to cede Hong Kong to Britain, opened five of its ports (including Shanghai) to trade, and granted extra-territoriality to all western merchants, politicians, and missionaries.
China also lost its tariff autonomy, for example, a British official became the supervisor of Chinese : $ The trouble with tariffs: The US-China trade conflict. Download the PDF. The US-China trade conflict has gone from being a tariff dispute to an imminent threat to the global economy, with growth in demand for oil and other commodities at stake.
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Volumes Included: 1. ISBN: NA Subject/Keywords: china economic history international trade sjd Item #:. Philip Thai, Northeastern University, has published China's War on Smuggling: Law, Economic Life, and the Making of the Modern State, with Columbia University Press.
From the publisher: Smuggling along the Chinese coast has been a thorn in the side of many regimes. From opium and weapons concealed aboard foreign steamships in the Qing dynasty to nylon stockings and.
It built infrastructure in the form of railways, gained a seat at the League of Nations, and regained tariff autonomy, which allowed it to charge what it wanted for goods moving in and out of China.
All the while though, Communists from within were plotting to regain influence and imperialist forces from without sought to kill the notion of a.China's Nation-building Effort, The Financial and Economic Record Arthur Nichols Young Snippet view - China's nation-building effort, the financial and economic record.
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