Does China matter? The global economic issues
In 1999, Gerry Segal, then Director of Research at the International Institute of Strategic Studies, wrote an article in Foreign Affairs entitled Does China matter?. His article ranged across economic, political and strategic issues but his overall conclusion was that Chinas importance had been greatly exaggerated. As far as economic questions were concerned, Segal saw China as a small market that matters little to the world, especially outside Asia. This paper argues that while Segal was...[Show more]
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