Review of Eckstein's book on Chinese economic development. The book examines the role of foreign trade in China's economic development and discusses how the developing economy has supported foreign policy. The reviewer believes the study provides a dynamic perspective on current problems confronting China and the economic underpinnings of its foreign policy. 3 pp.
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