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Title: Singapore's role in the economic development of China
Authors: Tan Kong Yam 
Issue Date: 1991
Source: Tan Kong Yam (1991). Singapore's role in the economic development of China. Singapore Economic Review 36 (2) : 27-42. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Aside from extensive trade and investment links with China, Singapore's role in the economic development of China lies more significantly in her position as a model of economic development. Singapore's economic and political development experience, particularly the relevance of the export-oriented development strategy to the special economic zones (SEZ) and coastal China and the concept of neo-authoritarianism as an ideological justification for China's progressive process of marketization and integration with the global economy, could help to steer China's course of economic reform onto the path of the East Asian development model. -Author
Source Title: Singapore Economic Review
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/44866
ISSN: 02175908
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