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China's Economic Growth Slowdown: Causes, Consequences and Policy Options.




Type Of Work


  • Scholarly edition

Abstract


  • During its reform era China has experienced, and become accustomed to, high rates of economic growth, and rapid jobs growth particularly in the rural collectives and, more recently, private enterprises. Strong fixed asset investment and consumer demand in conjunction with a strong growth of net exports, provided the foundations for this. However during the latter part of 1997, after four years of monetary austerity measures, there were worrying signs that the growth of the economy was slowing considerably, primarily from a weakening of consumer and investment demand.

Publication Date


  • 1999

Citation


  • Harvie, C. (1999). China's Economic Growth Slowdown: Causes, Consequences and Policy Options.. Retrieved from http://business.uow.edu.au/econ/who/index.html

Web Of Science Accession Number


Type Of Work


  • Scholarly edition

Abstract


  • During its reform era China has experienced, and become accustomed to, high rates of economic growth, and rapid jobs growth particularly in the rural collectives and, more recently, private enterprises. Strong fixed asset investment and consumer demand in conjunction with a strong growth of net exports, provided the foundations for this. However during the latter part of 1997, after four years of monetary austerity measures, there were worrying signs that the growth of the economy was slowing considerably, primarily from a weakening of consumer and investment demand.

Publication Date


  • 1999

Citation


  • Harvie, C. (1999). China's Economic Growth Slowdown: Causes, Consequences and Policy Options.. Retrieved from http://business.uow.edu.au/econ/who/index.html

Web Of Science Accession Number