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By Parikshit Basu, Yapa Bandara

This publication studies how China’s accession to the WTO has impacted upon its schooling, surroundings, financial and social results in recent times. it's been argued that China’s speedy development in output and exports and next accession to WTO has considerably elevated source of revenue and as a result the future health of the chinese language inhabitants. although, doubts at the moment are being raised that greater source of revenue is generated on the fee of deteriorating environmental and social criteria which has more and more affected the healthiness of the chinese language humans, particularly those that dwell in significant commercial towns. additionally, there's a frequent conception that its accession to WTO has considerably elevated social shocks, in particular one of the farming group, and contributed to negative well-being results one of the rural inhabitants. those concerns are significantly analysed during this booklet by means of skilled teachers from China and Australia.

  • Includes contributions from Australian and chinese language students and therefore, brings jointly principles and recommendations from a vast diversity of perspectives
  • Analyses China’s socio-economic demanding situations from a multi-dimensional focus
  • A very valuable reference in WTO concerns commonly and China in particular

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For instance, in order to sell education products and services to the world, Canada has set up 54 educational centers in 14 countries and regions and has established the Education Marketing Advisory Board under the Federal International Trade. As compared to developed countries, higher education in China lacks publicity and marketing. Some universities in China are satisfied with their present situation. They are not particularly conscious of establishing a brand; nor do they realize the great threat and pressure brought by the overseas education market to China.

Thus, the economic globalization provided the opportunity for developing countries to participate in the business of multinational corporations, and they can now share the advantages of the experience of developed countries directly. This situation 44 provided the opportunity for developing countries to catch up with the developed nations. Economic globalization brings prospects as well as challenges to every country. For example, most countries depend on each other economically in a very competitive environment.

The tuition for international corporation programs is as high as twice the per capita disposable income of even urban households. They argue that the tuition level is not only too high for rural households to bear, but also unfair for people with such differences in income to bear the same tuition. Some others point out that if the tuition level is lowered, the scale of tertiary education will shrink. This will have the effect, they argue, of disqualifying those in relatively poorer regions from access to tertiary education.

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