The global industrial consolidation and the challenge for China: the case of the steel industry. / Nolan, Peter; Rui, Huaichuan.

Integrating China: Towards the coordinated market economy. ed. / Peter Nolan. London : Anthem Press, 2007. p. 50-65.

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The global industrial consolidation and the challenge for China: the case of the steel industry. / Nolan, Peter; Rui, Huaichuan.

Integrating China: Towards the coordinated market economy. ed. / Peter Nolan. London : Anthem Press, 2007. p. 50-65.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Nolan, P & Rui, H 2007, The global industrial consolidation and the challenge for China: the case of the steel industry. in P Nolan (ed.), Integrating China: Towards the coordinated market economy. Anthem Press, London, pp. 50-65.

APA

Nolan, P., & Rui, H. (2007). The global industrial consolidation and the challenge for China: the case of the steel industry. In P. Nolan (Ed.), Integrating China: Towards the coordinated market economy (pp. 50-65). Anthem Press.

Vancouver

Nolan P, Rui H. The global industrial consolidation and the challenge for China: the case of the steel industry. In Nolan P, editor, Integrating China: Towards the coordinated market economy. London: Anthem Press. 2007. p. 50-65

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Nolan, Peter ; Rui, Huaichuan. / The global industrial consolidation and the challenge for China: the case of the steel industry. Integrating China: Towards the coordinated market economy. editor / Peter Nolan. London : Anthem Press, 2007. pp. 50-65

BibTeX

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