by Kepeng Cheng, What Is The Potential Of The Pan Pearl River Delta Development Area Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download What Is The Potential Of The Pan Pearl River Delta Development Area book,
by Yue-man Yeung, The Pan Pearl River Delta Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Pan Pearl River Delta book, In June 2004, top leaders from Guangdong and the surrounding eight provinces of Guangxi, Yunnan, Sichuan, Guizhou, Hainan, Hunan, Jiangxi, and Fujian, together with those of the Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macao, met in Hong Kong, Macao, and Guangzhou and gave birth to Pan-PRD regional grouping (hence the shorthand of "9+2"). This book studies the establishment, amid much fanfare, of this new regional grouping, and its roots in the interaction between globalization and regionalization.
by The National Development and Reform Commission, China Planning For The Development Of The Pearl River Delta 2008 2020 Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download China Planning For The Development Of The Pearl River Delta 2008 2020 book, As the pioneer of the reform and opening-up and an important economic hub of China, the Pearl River Delta has played a remarkable leading role and had an important strategic status in the overall effort of China to pursue economic and social development and carry on the reform and opening-up. Geographically, this book focuses on Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Jiangmen, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Huizhou, and Zhaoqing, reaching out to the Pan-Pearl River Delta Region. Related contents of close cooperation with Hong Kong and Macao are also included. The period covered by the outline spans from the present to 2020. This outline shall serve as the program of action for the reform and development of today and a period to come and the basis for compiling relevant specialized plans in the Pearl River Delta.
by Anthony G. O. Yeh, China S Pan Pearl River Delta Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download China S Pan Pearl River Delta book, Cities and regions in Asia are facing problems that cannot be adequately managed by traditional urban planning. Competition and local protectionism have often hindered infrastructural development and regional integration. In southern China, an area embracing one-fifth of China and one-third of its population, the economies and societies of nine provinces, together with Hong Kong and Macao, face many barriers to regional collaboration. Fiscal regulatory conflicts, land and housing reform, and bottlenecks in immigration and transport have stymied efforts to develop infrastructure that could spur economic growth and greater prosperity for the entire region. This book examines regional integration and its barriers in southern China in a comparative framework using perspectives on development and globalization from Europe and North America. With its contributions from leading researchers and practitioners in the field, the book will appeal to students, academics and policymakers interested in urban and regional planning, geography, sociology, public administration and development studies. Anthony G.O. Yehis chair professor and head of the Department of Urban Planning and Design, and director of the Centre of Urban Studies and Urban Planning, the University of Hong Kong.Jiang Xuis assistant professor in the Department of Geography and Resource Management, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. "A timely and much-needed volume on a region of growing importance. Supported by helpful maps and charts, this collection discusses the theory, challenges, and practice of development in an area comprising nearly a third of China's population. The comparative framework, drawing on experiences from Europe and the United States, is particularly valuable." -- Linda McCarthy, co-author ofUrbanization: An Introduction to Urban Geography