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By 1998, there were 53 Torch zones, all located in areas surrounding research institutes and manufacturing entities, or within existing special zones such as open ports, SEZs, or ETDZs. China’s ongoing experimentation with special commercial zones includes establishment of free trade zones in Pudong, Tianjin, and Shenzhen that have the least restrictive rules for foreign trade and investment as long as products are destined for export. One special zone receiving much attention is the Pudong New Area of Shanghai, established by the Chinese government in April 1990 adjacent to Shanghai’s urban districts on the east side of the Huangpu River.

S. Trade Act of 1974. S. process of renewing China’s MFN status was routine. S. Congress threatened to withdraw China’s MFN status as a major lever to encourage the Chinese government to improve its human rights record. S. S. S. S. 3 2004 Jan-Nov 2005 The Clinton Administration consistently supported MFN status for China and declared the de-linking of MFN and other bilateral trade issues with China from human rights considerations in June 1994. Every year between 1989 and 2000, however, bills were introduced but not enacted that would have either terminated or placed conditions on China’s MFN status.

The consumer electronics industry, however, enjoyed a second wave of benefits in the form of much lower prices and better product quality and selection for consumers. This in turn unleashed a third wave of benefits as domestic demand exploded and China cemented its position in the global supply chain. 70 Analysts believe that the consumer electronics experience could be a model for how to liberalize sectors in order to promote growth in China and other emerging markets. Opening up industries to foreign investment is only the first step; governments must also ensure that competition flourishes.

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