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TVEs have the potential of advancing rural development and employment, ending crony capitalism, enhancing value for money and fostering an institutional approach to sustainable development.Mr Chesoli is a New York-based development economist and global policy expert.
Therefore, a strong argument emerges to extend our understanding of a TSC within a destination, to a more holistic view of a TVE, to create value for all stakeholders, and generate preferred visitor outcomes.
(ii) Ratio of TVE workers to the total rural population.
There are a number of concerns over the future development of TVEs: the upgrading of technology, the challenge in domestic and international competition, the capacity to absorb more and more labour released from the agricultural sector, the ability to generate more incomes for the rural population, and the development in the disadvantaged inland provinces.
In consequence, investment in local TVEs and SOEs decreases relatively to those in foreign enterprises.
The majority of China's manufacturing workers are employed in TVEs, yet each year only two official relevant figures are published about them: the total number of manufacturing employees who work in TVEs and the total annual wage bill for those manufacturing workers.
See Islam (2008a), Naughton (1995), Sachs and Woo (2000) for a discussion of the various factors that led to the development of TVEs in China.
Arrighi argues that TVEs may well have played a crucial role in the Chinese economic ascent.
Moreover, the two enterprises that Chen analyzes are much larger than typical TVEs. From another standpoint, however, the two businesses may be seen as more broadly representative in that by the end of the 1990s a large percentage of TVEs in China that used to be collectively or publicly owned were privatized, as the two enterprises in question had been for some time.
The Sunan model was applied by the Chinese in the early eighties and it "attributes the development of Sunan to the local state-directed township and village enterprises (TVEs)" and is viewed as urbanization from be low (Wei, 2002).
The country's surplus agricultural labor force as well as the absence of large macroeconomic imbalances and a severe external debt crisis--unlike Russia and Poland--allowed China to develop its economy by revitalizing the idle agricultural sector through township and village enterprises (TVEs).
Their weight has been shrinking markedly, due to the relative decline of TVEs, collectives, and cooperatives, and to the parallel correspondent emergence of a growing number of domestic (DPrivEs) and foreign-owned (FDIEs) private enterprises.
Segun el propio presidente estas emisoras que ya han empezado a cerrar pasaran a ser "emisoras del pueblo" (El Nacional, 2009), lo que significa a juzgar por la experiencia con TVES y todas las radios comunitarias que dependen del gobierno estaran tambien al servicio propagandistico del gobierno.
A salient feature of the Chinese case is the success of town and village enterprises (TVEs) in contributing to economic development.