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Synonyms for China

Synonyms for China

a communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia

high quality porcelain originally made only in China

a government on the island of Taiwan established in 1949 by Chiang Kai-shek after the conquest of mainland China by the Communists led by Mao Zedong

dishware made of high quality porcelain

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As a result of such self-perpetuating investment-led growth, fixed capital formation is 38 percent of China's GDP compared with household consumption at 35 percent.
CAUSE AND EFFECT: When China's Communist government collectivized farms, what happened to food production?
The firm quickly realized that dozens of expatriate salaries were too expensive, so it took advantage of China's strong mathematical schooling and started training young university grads in accounting.
a city of 34,000 residents that in 1830 took its name from China's capital, Peking (now called Beijing).
China's absorbing ability has pushed the metal scrap price from a new high to another, also the loss of its appetite threw the world metal scrap price to slide, US has failed in curbing the free flow of scrap metal, the newly stipulated registration system by Chinese government has caused great concerns within the industry .
Several analysts have also said that the current strength of Japan's exports makes China's "economic superpower" tag appear premature.
We must continue to encourage China's evolution as a responsible global power that respects the rights of all its citizens.
3 billion people and one of the world's fastest-growing economies, China's position as a player on the international environmental scene has steadily expanded in the past 30 years.
Although vthe founders of China's vocational education system were visionary in their views of individual career choice and the role of vocational guidance in that process, the road to the development of career counseling has been rocky and has been strewn with political landmines (France, 1990; Hu, Chen, & Lew, 1994; W.
This article presents an overview of the evolution of China's rehabilitation services delivery system.
But several groups, most notably organized labor and environmental and human-rights activists, oppose both China's accession to the WTO and the idea of the United States granting normal trade relations.
The United States can insist that protection of labor rights be a condition of China's membership in the World Trade Organization.
Look no further than China's handling of its most important bread-and-butter trade issue--preservation of its most favored nation status with the United States.
With improvements in intellectual property regulations, Government funding and the growth of tax incentivized Special Economic Zones, China's R&D environment is developing fast.
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