On The Astonishing Growth Of Chinese Economy

The economy of China has undergone an astonishing growth rate since the 1990s. For instance, China acocunt for just 1.6% of the world GDP. But by 2010, it jumped to 9.2% of the world total GDP. Rising further, China’s GDP reached about 15% of the global economy in 2016. The table below shows the growth …

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The China Stock Market Has The Highest Turnover Ratio In The World

The stock turnover ratio is the highest in China. This is true especially with A-Shares which are for domestic investors and traded in the local currency. The B-Shares are bought by foreign investors and they cannot buy A-Shares. Unlike other markets such as the US where most investors tend to hold for the long-term, Chinese …

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Comparing China Savings Rate vs. Select Other Countries

The savings rate in China is very high compared to other countries. The Chinese economy is manufacturing and economy-based while many developed countries’ economies are consumption based. This is one reason why savings rate tend to be low in developed countries. The following chart shows savings rate in China vs. other countries: Click to enlarge …

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China Overtakes US in Patent Filings: Chart

China used to be considered the factor floor of the world. Millions of laborers toiled in factories around the country producing cheap goods for consumption mostly by the developed world and also by other emerging countries. That scenario has changed these days as China embarks on a mission to transform the economy from a manufacturing-based …

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China: The Original Silk Road vs. The New Silk Road

The Original Silk Road in China linked the country with many countries extending all the way to the Mediterranean reaching Rome and beyond in Europe. The road network enabled vibrant trade of goods such as silk, spices, wood, paper and other products between many countries enabling China to be a major power thousands of years …

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Auto Penetration Rate in China, India vs. Developed Countries: Chart

One of the main luxuries of emerging middle class in developing countries is the ownership of an automobile. Auto penetration rate is very low in emerging countries of China and India relative to the developed world as shown in the chart below: Click to enlarge Source: CPD: All aboard the new Silk Road, Adviser Voice …

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