Lessons From A Zhejiang ReboundGuest Post
Lessons From A Zhejiang Rebound by Ryan Rutkowski, Matthews Asia
Recently, China released its second quarter 2015 economic data showing GDP growth of only 7%. Although this points to faster growth than almost any other world economy, it also reflects a continued gradual slowdown in its pace of growth. Various local authorities also released accompanying regional data, which I found to be much more interesting. Why? China is still a country with large regional differences so . . .
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