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      • Source title: Chinas Population Aging and the Risk of Middle-income Trap (Research Series on the Chinese Dream and Chinas Development Path)

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        PublishersSpringer
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        LC ClassificationsDec 11, 2018
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 88 p. :
        Number of Pages79
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        ISBN 109811352720
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To further protect the integrity of our editorial content, we keep a strict separation between our sales teams and authors to remove any pressure or influence on our analyses and research. Concretely, it argues that the government should accelerate the transition of economic development modes, resolve concentrated social conflicts, promote a balanced rural and urban development during the process of urbanization, and mitigate the effects of population ageing by fostering strengths and avoiding weaknesses.

China Focus: How China can avoid middle income trap in a new era

As a result, investment, industry, and human capital will increasingly agglomerate to more productive regions, and those that fail to improve their business environment will become laggards in this competition. As costs rise and these basic industries become less competitive, countries need to start developing their own intellectual property and improving the skills of the workforce to compete in high-technology industries.

Assessing a number of real-world challenges, the general report and the special reports combine theory and empirical findings, using primary data for their analyses.

The gap between rich and poor is worsening — according to oneit could be significantly wider than previous estimates. Japan, the Republic of Korea and Singapore are among a few that have attained high-income status. China is breaking away from its old growth model. I'll just point out that if you start adjusting numbers for one country, you need to adjust them for all countries, and when all is said and done, it remains true that China has had decades of extraordinary growth and has become a middle-income economy.

That is, local governments will be forced to confront hard budget constraints as Beijing remains hawkish on containing local debt and continues to cut off various borrowing and financing channels.

China Economy Forecast 2025: Eluding the Middle Income Trap

Considers present and future developmental opportunities in light of the ageing population This book includes a series of reports that mainly discuss the Middle Income Trap against the backdrop of population ageing in China.

This chapter is part of the China Forecast 2025 report —. This will lessen the pressure on Beijing and buy it more time to kick the can down the road when it comes to openness. Lou, also a delegate to the 19th CPC National Congress, updated his verdict Thursday.