China's economy is, at long last, undergoing a rebalancing, with growth rates having declined from more than 10 per cent before 2008 to roughly 7.5 per cent today. Is this China's "new normal," or should the country anticipate even slower growth in ... Times of Oman, 2 days ago
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Zhang Yansheng (third from the left), secretary-general of the academic committee at China's National Development and Reform Commission, attends a conference that promotes dialogue between the Chinese Communist Party and the world. [Photo by Chen ...CHINAdaily, 3 weeks ago
No one doubts the rise of China is the biggest strategic issue Australia faces: the only difference is how to deal with it. In articles dealing with this issue it's normally around here, in the second sentence, where invective takes over from ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
A construction worker carries material on the site of a luxury residential block in Beijing. Even as China has pulled millions out of poverty, the incomes of the richest may have risen so much that overall inequality hasn't budged. Photo by Peter ...Slate Magazine, 1 month ago
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Click Image to Enlarge Estimates as to the future power of the economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC) vary greatly. Some sources believe they might overtake the G7 economies by 2027. More modestly, Goldman Sachs argues that, ...MoldMaking Technology, 2 months ago
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