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Year : 2015

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ISBN : 9788175417946, Price : Rs.750.00 Add To Cart

About the Book

China’s accession to the WTO was a turning point in world economy. A relatively closed economy of the eighties and nineties was promised to be an open one in early 21st century by formally joining the WTO in 2001. The political and economic course that China followed soon after in terms of openness and reforms began to question the purpose, motive and intent of the Central leadership. Is China really open today? Has it fulfilled all its WTO commitments to become one of the most open economies in the world? Such questions are currently raising doubts among scholars, researchers and corporates as to how China will behave in the foreseeable future and, what world economy can expect.

Two important sectors—Textiles and Telecommunications—have been extensively studied. In spite of violating the commitments of WTO in Telecommunications sector, the sector has emerged as the fastest growing in the world. The book elucidates how China’s manufacturing sector such as Textiles has received ‘State Patronage’, whereas services sector like Telecommunications is less paced out. The book employs an interesting mix of theories of interdependence and sectoral approach as the framework to examine the study.

About Author

Dr. Anil K Kanungo is currently Professor, Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management (LBSIM), New Delhi, India. He teaches global business environment, WTO, macroeconomics. Earlier, he worked at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), New Delhi for nearly two decades, where he taught international trade and business, conducted research in areas of WTO, China’s economy and trade. He was also the Editor for the journal Foreign Trade Review. Prior to that, he taught at Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi.

Dr. Kanungo has about 25 years of teaching, research and consultancy experience. He has undertaken consultancy projects for ICRIER, UNESCAP. He has also undertaken research projects for the Department of Commerce, Government of India. He has presented research papers in various international conferences held in USA, Australia, Germany, Turkey, Japan, China, Hong Kong, etc. He has a number of publications to his credit. He obtained M. Phil and Ph. D degrees from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. 





The Context

Importance of China’s Entry into the WTO

World Economy’s Importance for China

Review of Literature

Scope and Research Methodology

2.China in the WTO: Theory and Praxis

Conceptualizing Interdependence and Sectoral Approach

Theoretical Understanding of Interdependence and Sectoral

Sectoral Approach

Praxis of Interdependence and Sectoral Approach by China

3.China in the WTO: Process of Accession

Barriers China Faced to Enter the WTO

Process of Accession

4.China’s Textiles Sector: Performance and Challenges

Textiles Sector in Pre-Entry Stage

Textiles Sector After Its Entry into the WTO

Challenges and Future Prospects

5.China’s Telecommunications Sector and Its Implications

Overview of Structural and Institutional Policy Changes in the
Telecommunications Sector in Its Accession to the WTO

Telecommunications Sector in China Since 2001

Implications of Services Commitments on China





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