China and Macroeconomics
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This twelve page undergraduate paper examines China's impact on the global economy. The writer points out that this is already a significant matter, for China has become the world's second-largest economy and generates more than ten-percent of the global Gross Domestic Product. The writer points out that while the American economy is currently more than twice the size of China's, the PRC economy is easily the fastest growing economy in the world.
From the Paper:"Ever since economic and political policy reforms began to be implemented by Deng Xio Ping in the late nineteen-seventies, the People's Republic of China has slowly moved towards greater participation in the global economy. The implications of a nation of more than one-billion people fully entering the world economy are significant, not only for the Chinese people but for the rest of the world as well. The Chinese market would be the largest in the world, and the PRC's production capacity and GNP will be very impressive if recent improvements continue to accelerate."
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