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Economy of China
GDP: $18.976 trillion (GDP (PPP) 2015 est.) (1st)
Export Value: $2,270,000,000,000 (2015 est.) (1)
Import Value: $1,596,000,000,000 (2015 est.) (3)
Labor Force: 806,498,521 (2014)
Interest Rate: 4.35 %% (2017)
Inflation Rate: 2.3 %% (2017)
Unempl. Rate: 4.05 %%

Economy of China - Wikipedia


China's socialist market economy is the world's second largest economy by nominal GDP, and ...... Today, agriculture contributes only 13% of China's GDP.

8 things you need to know about China's economy | World Economic Forum


Jun 23, 2016 ... Here is an overview of China's economy in the context of its global ... largest economy in 1820 – and is the second largest economy today.

China Economy - GDP, Inflation, CPI and Interest Rate


Dec 13, 2016 ... The growth target is expected to be maintained at the current range of ... The Chinese economy experienced astonishing growth in the last few ...

Chinese economy | Economist - World News, Politics, Economics ...


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China's Economy: Living on Borrowed Time | Stratfor


Nov 21, 2016 ... Next year is shaping up to be a decisive one for China's economy. .... away from the country's current model of using investment to fuel growth, ...

As China's Economy Slows, a Look at What Could Happen - The ...


Oct 18, 2016 ... China's slowing economy is a major concern for central banks, investors .... the Lost Decade, though many of Japan's problems linger today.

China Overview - World Bank


China has had a remarkable period of rapid growth shifting from a centrally planned to a market based economy. Today, China is an upper middle-income ...

Evaluating China's Economy | The Diplomat


Nov 18, 2016 ... However, given the unsettled nature of today's worldwide economy, the current Chinese economic situation is under scrutiny by many foreign ...

China's Economic Slowdown - WSJ


Aug 14, 2016 ... Fortunes have been lost predicting a blowup in the Chinese economy, but Friday's reports on industrial output, investment and retail sales ...