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China quarterly update, June 2010 (Chinese)

China's economy has continued to grow robustly, with some softening recently. So far in 2010, the slowdown in government-led investment (GLI) after last year's massive stimulus has partly been offset by strong real estate investment. ... See More +

Newsletter 55131 JUN 01, 2010

Bown, Chad P.; Cowley, Meredith A.; English Disclosed

China quarterly update, June 2010 (English)

China's economy has continued to grow robustly, with some softening recently. So far in 2010, the slowdown in government-led investment (GLI) after last year's massive stimulus has partly been offset by strong real estate investment. ... See More +

Newsletter 55131 JUN 01, 2010

Bown, Chad P.; Cowley, Meredith A.; Chinese Disclosed

China quarterly update, November 2009 (Chinese)

Large fiscal and monetary stimulus has supported a recovery in China's economy. Falling exports amidst the global recession have been a major drag on growth. ... See More +

Newsletter 51476 NOV 01, 2009

English Disclosed

China quarterly update, November 2009 (English)

Large fiscal and monetary stimulus has supported a recovery in China's economy. Falling exports amidst the global recession have been a major drag on growth. ... See More +

Newsletter 51476 NOV 01, 2009

Chinese Disclosed

China through 2020 - a macroeconomic scenario (Chinese)

This paper sketches a macroeconomic scenario for China for 2010-20. The growth accounting exercise finds that, with both the working population and total factor productivity on course to decelerate, potential Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth is likely to moderate in the coming 10 years, despite still sizeable capital deepening. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 55104 JUN 01, 2009

Kuijs, Louis English Disclosed

China through 2020 - a macroeconomic scenario (English)

This paper sketches a macroeconomic scenario for China for 2010-20. The growth accounting exercise finds that, with both the working population and total factor productivity on course to decelerate, potential Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth is likely to moderate in the coming 10 years, despite still sizeable capital deepening. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 55104 JUN 01, 2009

Kuijs, Louis Chinese Disclosed