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《JOURNAL OF YUNNAN NORMAL UNIVERSITY(PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES EDITION)》 2000-01
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The coming and influence of foreign controlled taxation and tariff system in neoteric China

XU Bi yan (Department of History, Menzi Teachers’ College, Menzi 661100, China)  
Following the signing of the Treaties of Nankin in 1842, China (the Qing Dynasty) was forced to open five major seaports to western powers. Before coming into being, Foreign controlled Taxation and Tariff System went all the way from “Consulate Reporting to Customs System”of the Shanghai Taxation and Tariff Management Commitee to “Foreign controlled Taxation and Tariff Supervising System”. Later,Foreign controlled Taxation and Tariff System infiltrated into China’s domestic and foreign affairs and imposed much influence on the late Qing Dynasty and neoteric Chinese society.
【CateGory Index】: F752.59
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