Land and labor in China.

With an introd. by Barrington Moore, Jr.
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Beacon Press , Boston
China -- Economic conditions -- 1912-1949, Peasantry --
SeriesBeacon paperbacks, BP235
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LC ClassificationsHC427.8 T36 1966
The Physical Object
Pagination207p.
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Open LibraryOL17979378M

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Actually, it is labour which in cooperation with land makes production possible. Land and labour are also known as primary factors of production as their supplies are determined more or less outside the economic system itself.

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All man-made goods which are used for. China Labour Statistical Yearbook is an annual statistics publication, which is comprehensively reported the labour economic situation for and some main indicators series for historically years at nation and provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities levels and parts of cities.

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