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China's Pan-Pearl River DeltaRegional Cooperation and Development$

Anthony G. O. Yeh and Jiang Xu

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9789888028504

Published to Hong Kong Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5790/hongkong/9789888028504.001.0001

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(p.ix) Tables

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China's Pan-Pearl River Delta
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Hong Kong University Press

  1. Table 6.1 Transformation of accumulation regime and spatial policies 109

  2. Table 6.2 Comparison of the major economic indicators of Pan-PRD members (2005) 113

  3. Table 8.1 Overview of regional development (2006) 140

  4. Table 8.2 Concentration of economic activities in the PRD (2006) 143

  5. Table 8.3 Volume and distance of freight movement 146

  6. Table 8.4 Focuses of various governments within the Pan-PRD 151

  7. Table 8.5 Transportation infrastructure layout under the multi-core and multi-layer concept 152

  8. Table 9.1 Major indicators of the Pan-Pearl River Delta (2006) 160

  9. Table 9.2 Passenger and freight traffic in the Pan-PRD (2006) 162

  10. Table 9.3 Major statistics of transportation infrastructure in the Pan-PRD (2006) 195

  11. Table 11.1 Overview of land use distribution in the PRD (2005) 195

  12. Table 11.2 Land use efficiency of construction land in the PRD (1997–2004) 198

  13. Table 11.3 Land use efficiency of construction land in selected developed countries (2004) 199

  14. Table 11.4 Land resource consumption indices in PRD cities (2004) 207

  15. Table 11.5 Land resource consumption indices in the PRD, Hong Kong and Macao (2004) 207

  16. Table 11.6 Comparison of land resource potential in PRD cities (2004; unit: 10,000 hectares) 207

  17. Table 11.7 Carrying capacity of land in PRD cities (2004) 208

  18. Table 12.1 Assessment system of the competitiveness of the construction industry 218

  19. Table 12.2 Original data of assessment indices of construction industry competitiveness 221

  20. (p.x) Table 12.3 Standardization of assessment indices of construction industry competitiveness (2004) 224

  21. Table 12.4 Weight of assessment indices of construction industry competitiveness (2004) 225

  22. Table 12.5 Evaluation and ranking of construction industry competitiveness of the Pan-PRD's provinces 226