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Oil in China [electronic resource] : from self-reliance to internationalization / Lim Tai Wei.

By: Lim, Tai-Wei.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Series on contemporary China: v. 18.Publisher: Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, c2010Description: 1 online resource (xii, 171 p.).ISBN: 9789814273770 (electronic bk.); 9814273775 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Petroleum industry and trade -- China -- Daqing (Heilongjiang Sheng) | Petroleum industry and trade -- China | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Petroleum | Erd�olindustrie | Erd�olgewinnung | China | Daqing | Geschichte 1949-1988 | Geschichte 1960-1988Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Oil in China.DDC classification: 333.82320951 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction -- The founding of Daqing -- Daqing-ism -- The doctrine of self-reliance -- The Cultural Revolution interregnum -- Looking beyond self-reliance -- Reliance on Japan -- Conclusion.
Summary: This book examines the political and conceptual metamorphosis of China's oil industry from self-reliance to internationalization. Through the empirical case study of Daqing, the premiere oilfield of the People's Republic of China (PRC) for most of the postwar period and a symbol of industrialization as well as self-reliance, key historical developmental concepts and events are analyzed. Japan's role in stimulating the development of the China's oil industry will also be highlighted as the Japanese government and its business sectors emerged as a supplier of technology and equipment to the Chinese oil industry as well as China's first major oil customer in the early internationalization phase of the PRC's oil industry.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 161-168) and index.

Introduction -- The founding of Daqing -- Daqing-ism -- The doctrine of self-reliance -- The Cultural Revolution interregnum -- Looking beyond self-reliance -- Reliance on Japan -- Conclusion.

This book examines the political and conceptual metamorphosis of China's oil industry from self-reliance to internationalization. Through the empirical case study of Daqing, the premiere oilfield of the People's Republic of China (PRC) for most of the postwar period and a symbol of industrialization as well as self-reliance, key historical developmental concepts and events are analyzed. Japan's role in stimulating the development of the China's oil industry will also be highlighted as the Japanese government and its business sectors emerged as a supplier of technology and equipment to the Chinese oil industry as well as China's first major oil customer in the early internationalization phase of the PRC's oil industry.

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