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This chapter sets the stage for the questions which the writing of the book seeks to answer; and the methodology for seeking the answers. Moreover, the central theme of the book is reiterated in the context of the questions and the methodology. In this context, the central theme of the book is that while the market reforms of the post 1978 period and the resulting influx of FDI into the Coastal regions of China created the income disparities between the interior hinterland and the Coastal regions of China, it is the creation, transfer and commercialisation of knowledge as well as its asymmetric exploitation through entrepreneurship which is sustaining these income disparities. Furthermore, it was stated that in situ infrastructure development would be the best way to eliminate the increasing income disparities between the Coastal regions of China and its interior hinterland.
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