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Reference no. 9B10M050
Published by: Ivey Publishing
Originally published in: 2010
Version: 2012-05-23
Revision date: 27-Jun-2012
Length: 5 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

By 2010, China's economy faced a series of challenges that could threaten its growth and trade balance. This case presents a structure for students to discuss China's economy in the context of these threats. Prior to this time, there had been general feeling that China could continue indefinitely with its exceptionally high growth rate of approximately 10 per cent annually. The substantial gap between wages in economically advanced nations and China might continue to attract huge volumes of foreign investment indefinitely. This optimism was being questioned by 2010.
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Abstract

By 2010, China's economy faced a series of challenges that could threaten its growth and trade balance. This case presents a structure for students to discuss China's economy in the context of these threats. Prior to this time, there had been general feeling that China could continue indefinitely with its exceptionally high growth rate of approximately 10 per cent annually. The substantial gap between wages in economically advanced nations and China might continue to attract huge volumes of foreign investment indefinitely. This optimism was being questioned by 2010.

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