China’s Socialist Economy

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China’s Socialist Economy

China’s Railways — A Story of Heroic Reconstruction, (Peking: FLP, n.d. [probably 1951]), 72 pages.

The Seventh All-China Congress of Trade Unions, (Peking: FLP, Sept. 1953), 173 pages.

Report on Fulfilment of the National Economic Plan of the People’s Republic of China in 1955 — With Statistical Summary, issued by the State Statistical Bureau of the PRC. (Peking: FLP, 1956), 61 pages.

Proposals of the Eighth National Congress of the Communist Party of China for the Second Five-Year Plan for Development of the National Economy (1958-1962) together with Report on the Proposals for the Second Five-Year Plan for Development of the National Economy, by Chou En-lai. (Peking: FLP, 1956), 110 pages.

Chinese Workers March Towards Socialism, (Peking: FLP, 1956), 112 pages.

China Will Overtake Britain, by Niu Chung-huang. (Peking: FLP, 1958), 73 pages.

The Socialist Transformation of the National Economy in China, by Hsueh Mu-Chiao, Su Hsing and Lin Tse-Li, China Knowledge Series, (Peking: FLP, 1960), 300 pages.

Grasp Revolution, Promote Production and Win New Victories on the Industrial Front, Renmin Ribao editorial, Feb. 21, 1969. (Peking: FLP, 1969), 26 pages.

China’s Renminbi — One of the Few Most Stable Currencies in the World, with these two articles: Victory for Chairman Mao’s Great Principle of Maintaining Independence and Keeping the Initiative in Our Own Hands and Relying on Our Own Efforts — Hail China, a Socialist Country Without Internal or External Debts, by Tsai Cheng. Great Victory for Mao Tsetung Thought on the Financial and Monetary Front — Hail China’s Renminbi, One of the Few Most Stable Currencies in the World, by Hung Yin-hang. (Peking: FLP, 1969), 43 pages.

Taching — Red Banner on China’s Industrial Front, with photographs, 70 pages. (Peking: FLP, 1972)

A Glance at China’s Economy, well illustrated, 108 pages. (Peking: FLP, 1974)

China in Development — An Introduction to China, compiled by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, c. 1975, 8 pages.

Mountains and Rivers Make Way — The Chengtu-Kunming Railroad in Photographs, (Peking: FLP, 1976), 73 pages.

Why China Has No Inflation, by Peng Kuang-hsi, (Peking: FLP: 1976), 72 pages.

Impressions of Taching Oilfield, by Chiang Shan-hao, 56 pages. (Peking: FLP, 1978)

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