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China economic overview: a British Columbia perspective.
British Columbia. Ministry of Industry and Small Business Development. Economic Analysis and Research Bureau.
Written in English
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[Madelaine Cox; British Columbia. Ministry of Industry and Small Business Development.]. China is at the center of the world economy as Europeans and Americans seek Chinese goods.
By the late s, however, the strong Chinese state is experiencing internal strains — particularly, an expanding population that taxes food supply and government control — and these strains lead to rebellions and a weakening of the central government.
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Hu An’gang 胡鞍钢 b Hu Angang is a Tsinghua University-affiliated economist who is regarded as a leading figure in what could be translated as ‘China National Exceptionalism Studies’.
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In Canada, rail blockages were also expected to take an economic toll in early Then, matters deteriorated greatly. Although containment was working in China, the number of cases outside China jumped higher—particularly in countries like Italy, South Korea, and Iran.
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Canadian economy expected to grow by 2% in The Canadian economy will remain solid in and will likely continue to expand at about 2%. It signals that the country is using current capital and labour at close to full capacity. From a provincial perspective, British Columbia and central Canada will drive Canada’s growth next year.
The average single family home in Vancouver costs C$m. Photograph: Jimmy Jeong/Reuters Driving the rise is an unprecedented flood of foreign capital, mainly from China. This network perspective provides a rather comprehensive overview of the basic architecture of China's state-owned sector.
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