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Energy development in China---national policies and regional strategies. K. Wu and B. Li. Energy Policy, February 1995, 23(2), 167--178.

An evaluation is presented of China's energy development of oil, coal, gas and electricity, including hydroelectricity and nuclear power. This comprehensive assessment of development in recent years, which is supported by the most recent energy statistics, provides a forecast for the future. A general examination of China's energy pricing issues is also included and bar charts, tabulated data, and graphical illustrations are presented and discussed. 14 refs.

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