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The Resource A brief history of chambers of commerce in China, author: Yu Heping ; translator: Chen Mirong ; polisher Alastair Robert Wislon

A brief history of chambers of commerce in China, author: Yu Heping ; translator: Chen Mirong ; polisher Alastair Robert Wislon

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A brief history of chambers of commerce in China
Title
A brief history of chambers of commerce in China
Statement of responsibility
author: Yu Heping ; translator: Chen Mirong ; polisher Alastair Robert Wislon
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Subject
Language
eng
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ERL
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Heping, Yu
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Economic history in China series
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Boards of trade
Label
A brief history of chambers of commerce in China, author: Yu Heping ; translator: Chen Mirong ; polisher Alastair Robert Wislon
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Emerging out of Trade Wars -- 1.1.Flame of trade wars -- 1.2.Herald of the chamber of commerce -- 1.3.Birth of the first chamber of commerce -- 1.4.Spreading throughout China -- 2.The Chamber of Commerce -- A New Business Organization -- 2.1.Beyond tradition -- 2.2.A big family for merchants -- 2.3.A sound organizational system -- 2.4.Specific responsibilities -- 3.Rising in Prominence -- 3.1.Leading boycotts of American goods -- 3.2.Keeping financial order -- 3.3.Holding the business laws conference -- 3.4.Engaging in business diplomacy -- 4.Entering the Political Arena -- 4.1.Intervening in constitutional movements -- 4.2.Participating in parliamentary petitions -- 4.3.Contributing to the Revolution of 1911 -- 5.Grand Coalition of National Chambers of Commerce -- 5.1.Planning the Chinese Merchants' Federation -- 5.2.Establishing the All-China Federation of Chambers of Commerce -- 5.3.Struggling for legitimate status
  • Note continued: 6.Gearing up for Industrial Revitalization -- 6.1.Taking part in construction of economic legal system -- 6.2.Developing business education -- 6.3.Propagating the notion of saving China through industrial development -- 6.4.Promoting home-made products -- 7.Claiming for Political Participation -- 7.1.Fighting for parliamentary seats -- 7.2.Blueprinting the Conference on National Affairs -- 7.3.Attempting to build a merchants' government -- 8.Reclaiming National Sovereignty -- 8.1.Resisting the "Twenty-One Demands" -- 8.2.Supporting the May Fourth Movement -- 8.3.Saving rights at the Washington Naval Conference -- 8.4.Joining in the tariff autonomy movement -- 9.To the World -- 9.1.Cooperating with American merchants -- 9.2.Visiting America -- 9.3.Joining the International Chamber of Commerce -- 10.On the Decline -- 10.1.Cooperating with Chiang Kai-shek briefly -- 10.2.Standing against abolition -- 10.3.Reduced to a tool for the KMT government
Control code
851694171
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
ii, 121 pages
Isbn
9781844641505
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)851694171
Label
A brief history of chambers of commerce in China, author: Yu Heping ; translator: Chen Mirong ; polisher Alastair Robert Wislon
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Emerging out of Trade Wars -- 1.1.Flame of trade wars -- 1.2.Herald of the chamber of commerce -- 1.3.Birth of the first chamber of commerce -- 1.4.Spreading throughout China -- 2.The Chamber of Commerce -- A New Business Organization -- 2.1.Beyond tradition -- 2.2.A big family for merchants -- 2.3.A sound organizational system -- 2.4.Specific responsibilities -- 3.Rising in Prominence -- 3.1.Leading boycotts of American goods -- 3.2.Keeping financial order -- 3.3.Holding the business laws conference -- 3.4.Engaging in business diplomacy -- 4.Entering the Political Arena -- 4.1.Intervening in constitutional movements -- 4.2.Participating in parliamentary petitions -- 4.3.Contributing to the Revolution of 1911 -- 5.Grand Coalition of National Chambers of Commerce -- 5.1.Planning the Chinese Merchants' Federation -- 5.2.Establishing the All-China Federation of Chambers of Commerce -- 5.3.Struggling for legitimate status
  • Note continued: 6.Gearing up for Industrial Revitalization -- 6.1.Taking part in construction of economic legal system -- 6.2.Developing business education -- 6.3.Propagating the notion of saving China through industrial development -- 6.4.Promoting home-made products -- 7.Claiming for Political Participation -- 7.1.Fighting for parliamentary seats -- 7.2.Blueprinting the Conference on National Affairs -- 7.3.Attempting to build a merchants' government -- 8.Reclaiming National Sovereignty -- 8.1.Resisting the "Twenty-One Demands" -- 8.2.Supporting the May Fourth Movement -- 8.3.Saving rights at the Washington Naval Conference -- 8.4.Joining in the tariff autonomy movement -- 9.To the World -- 9.1.Cooperating with American merchants -- 9.2.Visiting America -- 9.3.Joining the International Chamber of Commerce -- 10.On the Decline -- 10.1.Cooperating with Chiang Kai-shek briefly -- 10.2.Standing against abolition -- 10.3.Reduced to a tool for the KMT government
Control code
851694171
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
ii, 121 pages
Isbn
9781844641505
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)851694171

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