China's growth model

This collection of articles examines the evolution of China’s growth model and its prospects for the future, including its effect on the world economy. Given its economic dynamism and size, when China sneezes, the world economy catches a cold (Wolf, 2 April2019). In 2007, Chinese GDP grew by 14%. Since that time growth rates have almost continuously fallen and amounted to only 6.6% in 2018. Our aims are to examine the significance of the slowdown in the Chinese economy and to forecast China’s own prospects for making the transition from ‘developing’ to ‘developed’ status.


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