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By Fa Hien, James Legge

ISBN-10: 0486213447

ISBN-13: 9780486213446

The current paintings comprises 3 elements: the interpretation of Fa-hien's Narrative of his Travels; copious Notes; and the chinese language textual content of a replica from Japan.

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Immigration plays an important role in bridging income disparities. During 1982-2000, over 109 million labourers shifted from rural areas to urban areas. 09 million. 5 million (see Figure 2). Farm workers return their income to rural areas and it becomes one of the main income sources of farmers. Regarding cross-region migration, about 90 percent of migrating labourers come from central and western China and more than 60 percent of them migrated to coastal regions (see Table 4). People migrating from rural areas to urban areas foster the process of urbanisation and gradually narrow the rural-urban income disparities and inland-coastal regional disparities.

Org Wing Thye Woo 39 cereals, tobacco, fuels and minerals. 5 percent by 2004 will create considerable adjustment costs for China. For example, China is a natural food-importer and a natural factoryoriented society given its low land-man ratio, but its agricultural sector still employs over 332 million people, which is over two-third of the rural labour force. The bulk of China’s state-owned sector relies on WTO-contravening policy instruments like subsidies and import barriers2 for survival, and this sector employs over 40 percent of the urban labour force.

Sources: China Statistical Yearbook, 1990 to 2001 data from 2002 edition, and earlier data from 2001 edition. Citigroup (2003) for GDP growth rates 2002 and 2003. org Wing Thye Woo 39 cereals, tobacco, fuels and minerals. 5 percent by 2004 will create considerable adjustment costs for China. For example, China is a natural food-importer and a natural factoryoriented society given its low land-man ratio, but its agricultural sector still employs over 332 million people, which is over two-third of the rural labour force.

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