China's Slower Growth Consistent With Post-Industrial EraGuest Post
China's Slower Growth Consistent With Post-Industrial Era by Dan Steinbock, DIfference Group
After intensive industrialization, growth deceleration is natural. No nation has enjoyed sustained double-digit growth after industrialization. The real test of resilience is the continued increase of Chinese living standards.
In 2015, China's economy grew by 6.9 percent. Internationally, the performance was portrayed as the "slowest in 25 years." Some argued that the slowdown reflected the eclipse of domestic demand. Others claimed it heralded China's . . .
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