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People's Republic of China’s Economy Slows but Its Influence Rises

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Although China’s economy has cooled this year, battering Chinese stock markets and creating worrying prospects for global growth, the ...

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Tiffany Li's curator insight, April 24, 2014 3:56 PM

Over the last months, China's money markets have slowed to a near halt and it's stock market suffered a roller coaster of results. Experts forecast predict that China's slowdown will for the rest of the year. Because of this prediction, consumers are likely to spend more now because later the price level will increase. This will temporarily increase GDP and price level.

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China's economy to overtake US in next four years, says OECD

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China's economy will be biggest in world by end of 2016, says leading international thinktank...

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Chinese Manufacturing Growth Slows

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Growth in China’s manufacturing sector unexpectedly slowed in April as new export orders fell, raising fresh doubts about the strength of the economy.
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China Past Due: Economic Reform | @pritheworld

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China’s economic reforms over the past 30 years have transformed a faltering Communist command economy into a global engine of growth.
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China economy 'at crucial stage'

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China's Premier Li Keqiang says the country's economy is at a "crucial" stage, as he pledges to promote growth by improving the investment climate for foreign companies.

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Graham Watson's curator insight, September 11, 2013 3:11 PM

An important insight from one of the key figures in the 'new' China and the tenor of what he says is interesting too, in focusing on relations with multinational firms and the need for structural transformation. He highlights key reforms and there is a suggestion that China is stabilizing, although I'd be cautious about taking China's recent economic data at face value.

Food for thought.

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Illustrating China's Shadow Banking Problem

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Perhaps the biggest wild card in the world economy right now is China. Will the world's second-biggest economy keep growing strongly, or will it suffer for all the money it's borrowed in the past five years?

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Philippa Rose's curator insight, September 10, 2013 12:20 PM

Ken Brown explains the risks involved in China's shadow banking systems, and why China's growth looks set to slow.

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China's commitment to growth will drive the global economy - Reuters Blogs (blog)

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Reuters Blogs (blog) China's commitment to growth will drive the global economy Reuters Blogs (blog) From outside China, the Bo Xilai trial looks like the Chinese news event of the year, one of the preoccupations of Western media, along with...
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Reasons to be bullish on Chinese banks - The Economist (blog)

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Joe Zhang is Chairman of Guangzhou Wansui Micro Credit Company, and the author of "Inside China's Shadow Banking: The Next Subprime Crisis?".
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China's economy stable, needs quality growth: Davos founder - Xinhua

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China’s Provincial GDP Figures in 2012

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According to the preliminary data released by China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), China’s economy expanded 7.8 percent in 2012 amid the sluggish global economy, reaching RMB51.9 trillion (...

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China's Slowing Economy: What You Need to Know

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Rising wages are encouraging a shift to a higher-value-added economy driven more by consumption and services
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China exports up 7.2% in August due to US demand

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China's economy shows new signs of resilience in August, with key trade data pointing to a sustained strengthening in global demand for goods from the country.

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China's economy will reach official target of 7.5%: Li Keqiang - Zee News

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"The present macroeconomic environment is much different from the late-1990s, when conventional Keynesian and monetarist approaches could be applied aptly," Leung told the Daily.

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China: Education and sci-tech can boost economy | Ecns.cn

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Premier says new composition can reinvigorate slowing growth rates.

 

The government will continue to prioritize and invest in education, and enhance science and technology, to stabilize and transform the slowing economy, Premier Li Keqiang said.

 

"China should place education, science and technology in strategic positions and view them from an overall perspective," Li said, during the national science, technology and education leadership group's first meeting.

 

Li is the group's leader.

 

"To upgrade China's economy and build the nation into a prosperous and harmonious society, we should rely more on talent bonuses when making use of demographic dividends," he said.

 

"This requires us to bet first on education and, second, on science and technology."

 

China's economic growth model is transforming from an export- and investment-driven model to one based on domestic consumption. The world's second-largest economy has been decelerating in recent months.

 

"Sustaining economic growth, continuously improving people's livelihoods and promoting social justice are the central government's three primary tasks," Li said.

 

"Equal education access is a fundamental pillar of social justice. We should foster more talent to serve China's rural areas, and its central and western areas, to narrow the biggest gaps we face - regional and urban-rural gaps."

 

China has pledged to prioritize education's development for years.

 

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Tjc ChinaStudies's curator insight, July 5, 2015 1:44 PM

- CCP places heavy prioritization on improving education, especially rural education as its improvement is pivotal for China's sustainability. 

-The importance of rural education is once again emphasized by current leaders - shows CCP's commitment to improving education standards - but does it also translate to the failure of past measures/efforts by the government to improve rural education? that efforts have not sufficiently raised rural educational standards? 

-improving education standards in rural areas is important to improve equity in China - an effort to improve disparity

 

 

-Beatrix 10/14

(it has been thoroughly difficult to find a more suitable article for my topic) 

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China Focus: Innovation key driver of China's future economy

China Focus: Innovation key driver of China's future economy 
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