2 edition of Chinas allocation of fixed capital investment, 1952-1957 found in the catalog.
Published 1974 by Administrator in Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan
|Statement||Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan|
|Publishers||Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
|2||Michigan papers in Chinese studies -- no.17|
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By strengthening our postinvestment management system, implementing a variety of management mechanisms in different categories and at different levels, and strengthening supervision, oversight and process management, we became more effective in post-investment management.
In the TMT sector, CIC Capital focused on high technology and on the intersection between the digital economy and the upgrading of traditional industries, and successfully exited a number of projects.
That would mark a shift from just under USD40 billion invested in China to approximately USD66 billion in both public and private assets, internally and externally managed. In 2019, CIC's overseas portfolio posted 1952-1957 net annual return of 17.
Text is free of readers' markings. The significance of capital formation for economic growth has been widely discussed in the economic literature over the past two decades. Infrastructure: CIC Capital deployed its capital through investment in funds, co-investment and direct investment. Cash and others includes cash, overnight deposits, and US Treasury bills.
The allocation pattern of fixed investment described in Chapters 3, 4, and 5 can be summarized in Table 39. CBC Capital is a Asset Manager located in Beijing China, Asia. This included investments in energy and communications infrastructure, agriculture, manufacturing, and health care. National income accounting in Mainland China is confined only to five major sectors of the economy: industry, agriculture, building, trade, and transportation and communications.
Written by a noted scholar of Chinese Communist economic problems, and herein discusses the state and root causes of these problems, and the merits 1952-1957 demerits regarding the successes and failures of the two different 1952-1957 systems adopted by the Chinese Mainland and Taiwan.
Else clean and well bound text; with minor wear only. In making these investments, we leveraged on our strong network of partners and our proximity to the China market to achieve high-quality implementation.
Nearly half of its fixed-income holdings were sovereign bonds.