Presented by Professor Kar-Yiu Wong (Department of Economics)
Open to all majors
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With impressive growth rates in the past three decades, China has emerged as the second largest economy in the world, when expressed in US dollars. Some people even argued that when expressed in purchasing power parity, China’s economy is already the largest in the world. The present talk will examine in more detail the economic growth of China. In particular, it will analyze the sources of growth of China, what the statistical data represent, how China’s growth may affect the economy and other economies, and whether China’s growth can be sustained.
Lecture followed by All Majors Social!