Igniting China's consumption engine

October 2009
FinanceAsia;Oct2009, p89
The article presents information regarding the consumption-friendly policy environment and the growth of household spending power in China. It mentions that from past two decades the household consumption-gross domestic product ratio in China has consistently declined from more than 50 percent in 1980s to 35 percent today. It also informs that the room for further infrastructure investment in the coastal region appears to be limited.


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