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Access: (downloaded 22-09-2004)
(part of the Digital Archive for Chinese Studies - to gain access please refer to!)
Material:Computer file
Title:The China project : China's economy: online research / The Royal Institute of International Affairs
Source:Chatham House (Nov. 2002)
Description:86 HTML, 611 PDF, 95 CSS, 6 CFM, 2415 GIF, 11 ASP, 135 JHTML, 624 JPEG, 101 JScript, 23 MSWord, 1 SHTML, 37 PNG, 1087 Primary, 2 RTF, 7 SWF, 1149 WD3 files (318 MB)
Summary:"The China Project aims to promote understanding of China's economic, political and social development, and its impact upon the rest of the world." "We have created a library of links for all the best academic research on China's economic reforms available on the web." (self description)
Bib. note:Contents: (1) Agricultural Sector; (2) Education and Training; (3) Employment, Migration and Social Inequalities; (4) Environment; (5) Foreign Investment; (6) Growth, Fiscal and Monetary Policy; (7) Health and Healthcare; (8) Industries; (9) Intellectual Property; (10) Introduction to Economic Reform in China; (11) Politics and Military; (12) Regional Development; (13) Social Welfare and Pensions; (14) The Financial Sector; (15) The Industrial Sector; (16) The Private Sector; (17) The Rural Sector; (18) Trade
Related names:Green, Stephen
Corp. body:The Royal Institute of International Affairs

Access: (downloaded 05-05-2004)
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Material:Computer file
Title:China digital news / Berkeley China Internet Project
Published:Berkeley : Graduate School of Journalism, 2004
Description:577 HTML, 1313 GIF, 3 Cabinet, 103 CSS, 7 DTD, 3 ICON, 5 JHTML, 138 JPEG, 107 JScript, 4 MSWord, 87 MS-DOS Applications, 121 MSPX, 8 NET, 1 PDF, 3 ORG, 24 PRIMARY, 10 PX, 4 SHTML, 10 SWF, 8 UK, 905 WD3, 1 WRAP, 7 X, 13 XML files (35,9 MB)
Summary:"China's Digital Future: The Berkeley China Internet Project just organized a two-day conference April 30-May 1 at the UC Berkeley campus with many of the leading experts on the Internet's impact on China. The event was blogged on this site." [self description]
Language:eng., chi.
Contents:Message in a bottle / Clissold, Tim. -- Translation of Jiao Guobiao's essay / Jiao Guobiao
Corp. body:Berkeley China Internet Project
Subjects:Internet - Censorship - China
Censorship - China

Access: (downloaded 24-03-2004)
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Material:Computer file
Title:Declassified documents show that, for over fifteen years, Beijing rebuffed U.S. queries on Chinese aid to Pakistani nuclear program / The National Security Archive
Source:National Security Archive (5 Mar. 2004)
Description:28 HTMl, 28 PDF, 19 CSS, 402 GIF, 12 JHTML, 44 JPEG, 19 JScript, 140 WD3, 2 XSL files (14,3 MB)
Corp. body:The National Security Archive
Subjects:Nuclear weapons - Government policy - China

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