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《AREAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT》 2000-03
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Market Interaction and Coordinating Development Between Shanghai and Other Parts of Yangtze River Delta Region

ZHOU?Ke yu (Institute of City and Region, East China Normal University, Shanghai 200062, China)  
There has long been a tight economic relationship between Shanghai and other parts of Yangtze River delta. Shanghai played a positive role in the integration of regional economies in the Yangtze River delta region as a whole, and a comparatively complete market system has taken shape now, but there is still much to do. In this paper, the author promoted four approaches on the interaction and the coordinating development between Shanghai and other parts of Yangtze River delta.
【CateGory Index】: F123.9
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