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Negotiating Central, Provincial, and County Policies: Border Trading in South China

  • Kuah Khun Eng

Abstract

China has a long border, which it shares with numerous neighbours. In the northeast are the Jilin and Liaoning provinces, both sharing a border with North Korea; in the northwestern region Xinjiang shares a border with Russia; Mongolia is its northern neighbour; Heilongjiang has Russia as its northern neighbour; the west has Kashmir, Nepal, Sikkim, and Bhutan as its neighbours; the southeast has India; and the southwest provinces of Yunnan and Guangxi share a border with Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam.

Keywords

Central Government Border Region State Council Provincial Government Special Economic Zone 
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