Can China rise to high income?
In 2014, China's GDP per capita reached US$7,500, but its GDP growth decelerated to 7.4 per cent from 7.7 per cent a year earlier. The combination of these two indicators raises the question of whether China will be able to continue its steady economic growth, avoid the 'middle-income trap' and become a highincome economy in the coming decade. The sustainability of Chinese growth has always been a contentious subject, but the challenge has never appeared more real than it is now because,...[Show more]
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