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Immobility of population translates into immobility of human resources. The gradual breakdown of these immobilities has provided the additional worker resources needed to allow development of the TVP sector. Income-sharing within the community is another important feature of rural life. Jobs are allocated to balance family incomes. Community decisions on location of new firms take into account income-sharing. With the implementation of PRS, equal distribution of agricultural land assisted in maintaining balanced distribution of income.

11 On a regional basis these analysts view Japan and China as contenders for hegemonic patrimony. Tokyo and Beijing are aware that America's retreat in world affairs will remove the buffer that keeps them separated. Domestic politics in Japan already contains a range of viewpoints regarding renewal of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, which expired in 1995, and the role to be played by Japan in this regardP The world may be in the midst of a fundamental power transition. One aspect of this transition is the decline in Marxism with the breakup of the former Soviet Union, and a shift toward capitalism which is taking place in most former communist bloc countries.

5. They account for 16 per cent of China's urban population and 20 per cent of the nonagricultural labor force. They generate 28 per cent of total value of industrial production. They account for 25 per cent of retailing value and 90 per cent of export trade value. Approximately 60 per cent of national industrial production is concentrated in the eastern coastal cities, of which one-third comes from the coastal port cities. They generate over 26 per cent of the national industrial tax base. Special Economic Zones 25 Economic growth in the coastal cities has far surpassed that of the interior, reversing a past pattern in which interior development was emphasized due to fears of vulnerability of coastal cities and regions to military aggression.

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