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Research On The Development Tactics Of State-owned Commercial Bank In The Economic Transition Of The Resource Exhausted City

Posted on:2005-11-06Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:L ZhuFull Text:PDF
GTID:2156360122494516Subject:Mining engineering
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The economic transition of the resource exhausted cities is a world wide difficult problem, it is very common in China. There are 118 resource exhausted cities in China, these cities account for 18% of the national total urban amount, administrate 310 million people, involve more than 10 million workers. 20% of these cities are in the state of resource exhausting, involve 3 to 4 million works whose lives are difficult, and will affect the lives of 10 million relatives. The economic transition of the resource exhausted cities is not only the effective way to Realize sustainable development of such cities but also has great significant to the national economic structure strategical ajustment.FuXin is the only pilot city of economic transition. Every state-owned bank as the important component of local economy, how to show and stretch out one's hand greatly in this very rare historical opportunity, and how to seek one's own survival and development in the course of supporting economic transition have become the important subject of theory research. This article mainly regard Fuxin as the breakthrough point, through the research of problems which the resource type city faces at present , contrast that the resource type city makes the transition, the current financial operation situation and existing problem of Fuxin, proposed the operation and development statics and sustainable development strategy measure of state-owned commercial banks of resource exhausted city in the course of economic transition,establish the good financial environment for the economic transition of Fuxin.
Keywords/Search Tags:resource exhausted city, state-owned commercial bank, the operation and development static, the sustainable development strategy measure
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