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Selected Works of Modern Chinese Learning: Cotton Industry and Trade in China

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Author: H.D. Fong;
Language: English, Chinese
Format: 24 x 16.2 x 2.2 cm
Page: 355
Publication Date: 07/2014
ISBN: 9787100089586
Table of Contents
Preface 
Chapters 
Ⅰ.History and localization 
A.History 
B.Localization 
1.Cotton centres 
2.Factors for localization 
Ⅱ.Raw cotton: Ⅰ 
A.Production 
1.Factors in cotton culture 
2.Area and crop 
3.Crop yield 
4.Improvement 
5.Anti—adulteration 
6.Standardization 
B.Consumption 
C.Import and export 
1.Early history 
2.Development since 1867 
3.Origin and destination 
4.Varieties of foreign cotton and cotton bales 
5.Transport 
6.Passing through the Customs 
7.Financing 
8.Traders and trading 
Ⅲ.Raw cotton: Ⅱ 
D.Marketing 
1.Cotton markets and merchants in Hopei 
2.Spot trading in Shanghai 
3.Future trading in Shanghai 
4.Trade associations 
5.Packing and warehousing 
6.Transport and taxation 
7.Financing 
8.Price movements 
Ⅳ.Manufacturing and marketing 
A.Manufacturing 
1.Processes 
2.Machinery 
3.Costings 
4.Efficiency 
B.Marketing 
1.Cotton goods 
2.The dealers 
3.Trading methods 
4.Price movement 
Ⅴ.Labor: Ⅰ 
A.Extent and character 
1.Number of cotton workers, 1912—1930 
2.Nativity, age, sex, height and weight of cotton workers 
B.Labor conditions 
1.Employment and labor mobility 
2.Wages and standard of living 
3.Hours of work 
4.Child and woman labor 
5.Industrial accident and sickness 
VI.Labor: Ⅱ 
A.Labor organization 
1.Labor unions 
2.Labor disputes 
B.Labor legislation 
1.Labor conditions 
2.Labor unions and disputes 
C.Welfare work 
1.Living accommodations 
2.Education and recreation 
3.Savings 
Ⅶ.Industrial organization 
A.Introduction 
B.Technical size and size distribution 
C.Financial size and size distribution 
D.Tendency towards integration 
E.Financial statements analyzed 
F.Employers' associations 
Ⅷ.Handloom weaving 
A.Extent and distribution 
B.Industrial organization 
C.Looms and cloths described 
D.Marketing methods 
Ⅸ.Import and export 
A.Import 
1.Early import 
2.Import since 1867 
3.Origin and destination of import, 1905—1929 
4.Effects of Anti—Japanese boycotts 
5.Classification of cotton piece goods imported 
6.Methods of distribution 
B.Export 
1.Early export 
2.Export since 1867 
3.Origin and destination of export, 1913—1929 
Ⅹ.Prospect and retrospect 
A.Summary of China's cotton industry and trade 
1.History and localization 
2.Industrial organization 
3.Raw cotton 
4.Labor 
5.Manufacturing and marketing 
6.Imports and exports 
B.Comparative position of China's cotton industry 
C.Factors affecting development 
Bibliography 
Index 
Errata 
A Revised List of Cotton mills in China, 1930 
Afterword
Selected Works of Modern Chinese Learning: Cotton Industry and Trade in China
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