HARVARD STUDIES IN BUSINESS HISTORY
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Harvard Studies in Business History 33

Big Business in China

Sino–Foreign Rivalry in the Cigarette Industry, 1890–1930

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$54.50 • £43.95 • €49.00

ISBN 9780674072626

Publication Date: 07/17/1980

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332 pages

9 tables, 16 halftones

Harvard Studies in Business History

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  • 1. Introduction: Sino–Foreign Commercial Rivalries
  • 2. Penetrating the China Market
  • 3. The Rise of Commercial Rivalries
  • 4. Motives for Merger
  • 5. Commercial Campaigns in the May Fourth Movement
  • 6. The Postwar Golden Age
  • 7. Business and Politics
  • 8. Conclusion: Imperialism, Nationalism, and Entrepreneurship
  • Appendix: Statistical Tables
  • A Note on the Sources
  • Abbreviations
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Glossary
  • Index

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